Materials

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Choosing the ideal cookware

Choosing the ideal cookware starts with the material. Every type of material, from aluminium to the dependable stainless steel confers a varied performance and are suitable for different cooking tasks. Bergner offers a comprehensive range of cookware in all kinds of material for your cooking needs, and this guide, you will discover all about the properties of our materials and how they relate to your everyday cooking.

Bergner Materials

Choosing the ideal cookware

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Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Energy Saving. Even heat distribution

Stainless Steel is an exceptionally durable material that is virtually impossible to wear. Bonded with an aluminium capsuled bottom, it boasts satisfying heat conductivity.

Durability
4/5
Scratch Resistance
5/5
Heat Distribution
4/5
Weight
4/5
Corrosion Resistance
5/5
Heat Retention
4/5
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Press Aluminium Press Aluminium Light Weight. Quick heat Distribution. Corrosion Resistant.

Press aluminium utilizes compressive force to shape a cookware from a sheet of aluminium, the result is a very quick-heating cookware.

Durability
3/5
Scratch Resistance
4/5
Heat Distribution
5/5
Weight
3/5
Corrosion Resistance
4/5
Heat Retention
3/5
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Forged Aluminium Forged Aluminium Even heat distribution. Corrosion resistant

Forged Aluminium is unique in shaping a thick base, evenly enhancing heat distribution of the cookware with no hot spots.

Durability
3/5
Scratch Resistance
4/5
Heat Distribution
3/5
Weight
4/5
Corrosion Resistance
4/5
Heat Retention
3/5
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Cast Aluminium Cast Aluminium Heat retention. Energy Saving.

Cast Aluminium can be moulded into a thick strategic shape for the best heat distribution and retention, saving you energy and giving you excellent durability.

Durability
4/5
Scratch Resistance
4/5
Heat Distribution
5/5
Weight
4/5
Corrosion Resistance
4/5
Heat Retention
4/5
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Carbon Steel Carbon Steel Durable. Heat retention

Carbon Steel has great durability and heat retention capability. Once thoroughly heated, the heavy-duty carbon steel cookware retains heat for a very long time, saving you a great deal of energy.

Durability
3/5
Scratch Resistance
4/5
Heat Distribution
3/5
Weight
4/5
Corrosion Resistance
3/5
Heat Retention
4/5
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Tri Ply Tri Ply Scratch and corrosion resistant. Heat retention

Tri-Ply essentially brings three layers of materials (Copper, Aluminium and Stainless Steel) together into a thick cookware. Heat runs from the base to the rim keeping the entire cookware in the same temperature and ensuring even cooking with the best performance.

Durability
5/5
Scratch Resistance
5/5
Heat Distribution
5/5
Weight
4/5
Corrosion Resistance
5/5
Heat Retention
5/5
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