Demeyere professional cookware is used by chefs in leading hotels and restaurants around the world. Now available for household purchase, you’ll love how Demeyere increases your control at the stove, particularly with delicate foods and recipes. Be sure to see Demeyere cookware in action on Fox’s hit culinary reality series “Hell’s Kitchen”!
Demeyere is Belgian company that was founded in the year 1908 that specializes in the development, production, and sales of highest quality stainless steel cookware. Since the year 2009, the company is part of the Zwilling J.A. Henckels group. And yes, Demeyere is more expensive than consumer cookware brands, but you will find that its higher performance, advanced materials and designs, and commercial-quality construction will provide you with a lifetime of culinary bliss.
There are several lines of Demeyere cookware. All were developed for restaurant use with a large assortment of specialized pieces that a chef demands. It is important to note that each piece also is induction ready – induction cooktops have long be used in commercial kitchens, particularly in Europe, but is now gaining rapid acceptance in household kitchens.
Atlantis is the best of the very best. It is designed for demanding professionals, who require the utmost in performance from their cookware. Each cooking process has its own unique characteristics, and this is incorporated into the design of each piece of Demeyere Atlantis Cookware. Straight-sided pots and pans required the transfer of heat from the bottom of the cooking vessel into the food, using the sides and lids to retain heat inside. Demeyere Atlantis Cookware features the seven-ply InductoSeal® base that combines layers of stainless steel, silver, and a 2mm solid copper core in a hermetically sealed base that is laser welded to the sides of the pan body. The unique base design offers 33% larger cooking surface than a traditional base with unsurpassed heat conductivity properties. The thick, surgical 18/10 stainless steel construction of the bodies and lids insulate the cookware for cooking efficiency and energy savings. Other pans require the transfer of heat from base through to rim, such as skillets and conical sauteuse pans. Again Demeyere uses seven layers from rim to rim using its 7-PlyMaterial® construction. Combined with the ideal thickness for each type of pan, the unique design offers the chef optimum control over each cooking process. Each design also includes the Demeyere Triplinduc® feature that utilizes three layers of stainless steel alloys for induction cooktops. The matte polished stainless steel surface of the Demeyere Atlantis Cookware is treated with the patented Silvinox® process that improves the resistance of stainless steel to prevent discoloration, tarnishing and dulling due to handling, and contact with aggressive detergents and certain foods. Silvinox-treated stainless steel also is very easy to clean.
Demeyere John Pawson Collection
This new line was launched in the year 2008 to celebrate Demeyere’s 100th anniversary. The collection was designed by celebrated British architect John Pawson. It combines complex functionality and formal simplicity for a contemporary look having the same top-quality materials and construction as the Atlantis line.
Apollo offers an extended range and assortment of specialized cookware. Even the most discerning cooks will find the perfect piece to achieve the best cooking results. New ideas and techniques have been used, adapted for each cookware item to meet specific cooking requirements. Technologically, the Demeyere Apollo line is absolutely superior. Conical sauteuese, slow cookers, skillets, and wide variety of woks are constructed in 7-PlyMaterial up to the rim. All straight-sided pots, casseroles, sauce pans, and sauté pans have the 7-ply base in combination with a heavy 18/10 stainless steel body to minimize energy and to distribute and to transfer heat optimally. The matte polished stainless steel surface is treated with the Demeyere Silvinox process that improves the resistance of stainless steel to prevent discoloration, tarnishing and dulling due to handling, and contact with aggressive detergents and certain foods. Silvinox-treated stainless steel also is very easy to clean.
Resto is an economical restaurant line with all 18/10 stainless steel bodies in the high-gloss Brinox finish with an efficient 3-layer cooktop base. While Atlantis, John Pawson, and Apollo are manufactured in Belgium, the Resto line is made at the Demeyere factory in Indonesia.
In closing, this author has used Demeyere cookware over a decade and can personally attest to its incredible performance and durability in the kitchen. Anyone who likes to cook will never regret an investment in Demeyere cookware.