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We could go on for days about this. But hey, we know you’re in a hurry, so here’s a glimpse of all the goodness that comes with going ceramic.

natural materials
1. Made from natural materials

Our healthy ceramic non-stick coating called Thermolon™ is made from a sand derivative that does not require the use of toxic chemicals like PFOA or PFAS during the production process. Safe for your loved ones, good for the environment.

From sand to non-stick wonder

How is Thermolon made?


The main material is a sand derivative.


By applying a Sol-Gel procedure, the sand derivative is transformed into a sprayable sollution. No need for any chemicals like PFAS.


The solution is then sprayed onto the body of the frypan without glues or additives.


Finally, the pan is cured in the oven with 60% less CO2 emissions compared to traditional non-stick!

No toxic fumes
2. No toxic fumes

Thermolon™ is heat resistant up to high temperatures (as high as 450°C). So should you accidently overheat your pan*, it won’t blister or release toxic fumes.

*Did you know? On some stovetops it only takes 3 minutes for any cookware to overheat, while many traditional coated pans could release toxic fumes when overheated.

heat conduction
3. Conducts heat beautifully

Thermolon™ coating is a great heat conductor*. That means you can cook at a lower heat setting and save energy. What’s more, your pan will get to temperature quickly and cook your food more evenly.

*Thermolon™ conductivity is around 2.0 to 2.4 W m-1 K-1, whereas PTFE is just 0.25 W m-1 K-1. (but you probably already knew that, right?!)

4. Superior Non-Stick

The Thermolon™ ceramic non-stick surface allows you to use less oil of butter while still achieving excellent frying results. Food releases quickly and easily, plus, cleanup is a breeze. Just wipe your pan clean with a soft cloth and soapy water, no need for scrubbing.

Green by name Green by nature
5. Green by name Green by nature

60% less CO2 is emitted during the curing phase of production of Thermolon™ coatings, compared to the emissions during the curing phase of production of traditional coatings.

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