Hammer Stahl American Clad 7 Ply 1.5 Qt Stainless Steel Cooking Saute Pan with Lid
Hammer Stahl American Clad 7 Ply 1.5 Qt Stainless Steel Cooking Saute Pan w/ Lid 14301C
This cute, small sauté pan is great for quickly preparing sides and simple accompanying sauces.
Our 7-ply construction makes no compromises in design or materials, creating a best-in-class multi-clad product.
316Ti Cooking Surface
The interior layer of 316Ti steel on our cookware makes it the most durable, clean, and inert cooking surface available.
Benefits of 316Ti:Durability — 316Ti steel better resists the corrosion and pitting that can result from cooking acidic or salty foods, increasing the longevity of your cookware.
Ease of Use — The 316Ti surface is easy to clean and allows for safe food storage directly in the cookware.
Flavor — The titanium-stabilized 316Ti steel creates the most inert cooking surface available, producing food with a clean, authentic flavor.
American Clad cookware uses 7 different layers of metal in its construction. The 7 different materials work together to transfer heat evenly and efficiently. From interior to exterior, the layers are:316Ti Stainless Steel
1145 Pure Aluminum
1145 Pure Aluminum
304 Stainless Steel
304 Stainless Steel
Induction Readiness Without Compromise
Hammer Stahl’s 7-ply construction includes a layer of ferritic steel that makes the cookware induction-ready. Other 3 or 5 ply designs that are induction-ready will instead use a magnetic type of stainless steel for the cookware’s outermost layer. This 400 series stainless steel compromises the integrity of the cookware’s outermost layer, as this magnetic type of stainless steel is more corrosive than 300 series stainless steel. Our 300 series exterior is more resistant to corrosion and tarnishing over time.
All Sides Cooking
The 7 layers of metal in Hammer Stahl cookware's construction are used throughout, not just on the base. This means that the aluminum core distributes heat evenly throughout the base and sides, creating a cooking vessel that is less prone to burning and heats more efficiently.
Stay Cool Handles
Hammer Stahl’s innovative handle design combines the oven safety and durability of metal with the ergonomics and heat resistance of plastic. The handle is a combination of multiple machined parts, creating a hollow handle that will stay much cooler than a solid metal handle. It is also designed to fit your hand, making cooking easier and more comfortable.
Made in USA
Hammer Stahl is proud to have a legacy of producing cookware in the United States since 1874.
Doesn't Affect Taste
Stainless steel is the safest, most sanitary cooking surface available. Aluminum, copper, and cast iron cookware can leach metals into your food, affecting taste and creating potential health concerns. Cook with confidence, knowing that stainless steel will not chip or interact with your food.
Scratch & Dent Resistant
Stainless steel is a very durable material that resists dents and scratching. Other softer materials such as aluminum or copper can easily scratch or dent, ruining the look and the function of your cookware.
Unlike cast iron and some non-stick cookware, stainless steel cookware is ready to cook from day one and does not require any seasoning or coating maintenance. Also, stainless steel will not easily stain unlike copper cookware. Stainless steel can easily be cleaned to regain its brand-new luster and shine.
Oven Safe at High Temperatures
Our stainless steel cookware does not use any plastics or other materials that will degrade at high heats. Some non-stick and enamel coated cookware use materials that will melt at high temperatures, damaging both your cookware and your oven.
The caustic detergents and high temperatures of a dishwasher can damage to various sorts of cookware. Non-stick coatings can be worn away and lose its effectiveness, and aluminum or cast iron are also negatively affected by dishwashers.
Reactive to Heat
Unlike heavy-duty cast iron cookware, multi-clad stainless steel cookware heats and reacts to changes in temperatures quickly. This gives the cook ultimate control over the cooking environment, preventing burning and controlling the simmer or boil.
The main difference between single ply stainless steel cookware and multi-clad stainless steel is the presence of an aluminum core that conducts and spreads heat throughout the pan. Without this conductive layer, single ply stainless steel suffers from hot spots that can lead to inconsistent cooking and burning.
Multi-clad stainless steel can be designed to incorporate magnetic layers, allowing for use on induction stovetops. Aluminum cookware and various copper and non-stick cookware are not magnetic and therefore cannot be used on induction stoves.