Advantages of Neoflam Cookware

Aluminum is a lightweight metal with excellent thermal conductivity. Aluminum is typically available in sheet or cast. Unlike sheet aluminum which requires stamping into a cookware form in uniform thickness, cast aluminum can produce a thicker product with flexible shape that accommodates strategic design requirements.

Neoflam's cookware is designed to maximize the advantages of cast aluminum. For example, its bottom is thicker than other areas of the cookware to absorb heat as much as possible. The walls are tapered smoothly to distribute thermal energy in an efficient way.

Neoflam cookware has multiple layers of coating as described below. In addition to ceramic non-stick coating, Ecolon features an exclusive negative ion technology in all cookware. Ecolon's Anion (Negative Ion) additive allows the coating to emit more than 20 times the Anion than typical cookware. Anion has long been associated with improvements in mood and physical health. Research conducted in the last decade has begun to support the view that negative ions have a net positive effect on health such as stimulation in blood circulation and act as an antimicrobial agent.

Neoflam Cookware Advantages

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Benefits of Ecolon Coating

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