DEMEYERE 24cm Stainless Steel Frying Pan Industry 40850-683-0 £129.00

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With the frying pan from the Industry range, you get a versatile cooking utensil. Its clear, American styling was developed by the Belgian Stefan Schöning who also designed the entire Industry range from Demeyere. The frying pan has a diameter of 24cm and is ideal to sauté, fry, braise and slowly cook meat, fish, vegetable and other recipes.

It features a 5-ply combination of premium materials to enable a quick and even heat dispersal over the entire pan's surfaces to quickly and efficiently cook your food. The Silvinox® surface maintains the pan's silvery sheen over the long term.

The frying pan can of course be used on any type of hob including induction. The long, cast stainless steel handle remains cool and can be held at any time during cooking. A practical pouring rim prevents drips. With the durable frying pan from Demeyere, you can surprise family and friends with a wide range of meals.

  • 18/10 stainless steel with Silvinox®: hygienic and easy to clean
  • 5-ply material up to the rim (3 mm): very good heat distribution
  • Welded handle made of bead-blasted stainless steel
  • Suitable for the oven and all types of cookers, including induction
Dimensions
Base Diameter:12 cm
Diameter:24 cm
Height:9.5 cm
Induction Compatibility:yes
Length:46 cm
Weight:1.213 kg
Width:25.3 cm
EAN: 5412191486245
About DEMEYERE

Demeyere offers top quality and innovative stainless steel cookware for ambitious amateur cooks and professional chefs. The Belgian brand Demeyere is known far beyond its national borders. Across the globe, chefs place their trust in these products that offer tailor-made technology and high quality, at the same time boasting stylish design. The product range offers pots, frying pans, woks and specialist pans for every cooking method, tailored to typical cooking processes.

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