Demeyere pans: top quality from Belgium
Demeyere pans are being produced in Belgium since 1908. They are known for their drive to improve their products. The choose for a good bottom surface and overall make, next to specific features per pan to make it better suit its purpose.
For instance some sauce pans have a seven layers thick material over the whole pan to make liquids heat more evenly. Not the easiest way to produce pans, but it is the best. Demeyere has been supplier for the Belgium royal family for quite some time, and this is for good reason!
Research & development
Demeyere continues to improve their pans. They keep testing their pans for very specific purposes to see if still meets their requirements. If there is anything that can be improved, Demeyere will do it! They also give high priority to user-friendliness.
Material of the bottom surface of Demeyere pans
Demeyere uses different materials for several series. For instance, the Apollo series has 7 layers. The layer on the inside of the pan is 18/10 stainless steel. After this there is pure aluminum, an aluminum alloy, again aluminum and the bottom layer is made up of 3 stainless steel alloys. The so-called TriplInduc layer. Despite the high proportion of aluminum, these pans can be used on induction cooking plates. Also changing between different heat sources is no problem. The thickness of the bottom is changed to the desired purpose of the pan. For example, a wok pan has a thinner bottom surface so it can transfer a higher temperature and frying pans generally have a thicker bottom surface.
Demeyere offers a 30-year limited warranty on all its products at home and 10-year warranty professional use. This applies to all manufacturing defects. On products with a non-stick coating there is 5 years warranty for home use, not applicable for professional use. However, please note that this warranty does not cover damage resulting from accident, misuse or abuse (included overheating). Also discolouration and scratches on the inside or outside of the stainless steel are not seen as manufacturing defects.