Hestan is offering its NanoBond cookware in a 5-piece set. The cookware is made from bonded stainless steel featuring patented titanium nanotechnology.
Due to the purity of the aluminum core, NanoBond is said to be 35% more heat conductive compared to other aluminum-clad cookware, the company said.
Other attributes of the cookware, according to the company, include skillets with 20% increased cooking surface; flush rivets inside and out for easy cleaning and nesting; sealed rims to enhance durability; flared rim design for easy pouring; metal utensil and dishwasher safe; ergonomically designed French-style stainless steel handles with optimum dimensions; and high heat tolerance of up to 1,050 degrees Fahrenheit.
“As visionary culinary professionals, we examined the industry and worked with the most revered chefs, engineers and scientists to uncover what was missing in culinary cookware,” said Stanley Cheng, founder and proprietor of Hestan.
The new 5-piece set will include an 11-inch open skillet, a 2-quart covered sauce pan and a 3.5-quart sauté pan. The Hestan NanoBond cookware set carries a suggested retail price of $799.