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What is ‘Tri-Ply’ Cookware?


“I kept hearing about cookware that says tri-ply ---What does it accent?”

If you’ve wandered around for metal cookware, you should certainly have heard about multi-ply or tri-ply feature as accenting to cookware quality. Multi-ply basically is the method that uses several metals in one pot for increasing cooking ability. As some materials, such as stainless steel alloy, are low heat conductivity which lead to cause poor cooking performance, multi-ply (the general name of multi-material method) cookware typically use two more layers for wrapping or bonding a ‘heating core’---Aluminum and copper core are mostly used---for superior heat conductivity. The pot that has two layers of metal bonding a core layer names tri-ply. For higher performance, 5-ply and 7-ply cookware are introduced to the market, too.

Tri-ply cookware yields the great combination of durability and cooking ability. As the result, this type of cookware is noticeably more expensive than normal method. The most popular type of tri-ply is aluminum bonded with stainless steel alloy.

For this cookware, All-Clad is the most well-known manufacturer as initially bringing this technique to the market in 1970s. However, these days the method is widespread. There’re a lot of products which adopt multi-ply process in the market, from high-end to lower market brands, such as Calphalon Tri-Ply, Cuisinart Multi-Clad Pro, Emeril Pro-Clad and other ‘Clad’-labeled pots and pans.



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