Hestan NanoBond is a line of bonded stainless steel cookware featuring patented titanium nanotechnology, the company said, and will debut at the International Home + Housewares Show, held in Chicago from March 10 to March 13.
Hestan’s exclusive and environmentally-friendly, chemical-free technology was designed to create thousands of dense nano layers of titanium alloys bonded to stainless steel to improve the hardness. As a result, NanoBond is resistant to scratching, staining and salt pitting, and provides stick-resistant properties for easier food release and fast cleanup, according to Hestan.
“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/proprietor of Hestan. “By blending innovative technology with culinary expertise we were able to create a cookware line unlike anything the industry has ever seen.”
Nanobond skillets, said the company, have a 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 to ensure an exceedingly comfortable and secure grip; and superior high heat tolerance of up to 1450 degrees Fahrenheit.
Hestan NanoBond Cookware is also lighter in weight compared to other premium clad cookware collections for better control and easier maneuverability, the company said.