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Heavy anodized dishes are a common name for metal pots
and pans made of electrochemically toughened aluminum.
This name of the dishes came from the English from "hard
anodized aluminum cookware," it would be more correct to
say a hard anodized coating and not heavily anodized.
Because "Hard" is used to emphasize that the thickness and
strength of the anodizing layer is greater than that of other
anodized aluminum coatings and "hard." In this case, the
severity or complexity of anodizing is not relevant.
For the curious - about heavy anodizing
The process of heavy anodizing was originally developed
for use in the restaurant industry. Chefs needed light and
wear-resistant pans, for cooking a large number of dishes a
day.
The acid is then cooled 1 to the freezing point of water. The
electric current drastically increases, resulting in a heavily
anodized aluminum surface, which is twice as hard as
stainless steel.
Advantages of heavily anodized cookware
Dishes made from heavily anodized aluminum have a
significantly longer service life compared to dishes with a
traditional non-stick coating, and this coating has
practically no pores. It is this - almost complete absence of
pores, which allows it to withstand the adherence of food to
it, even if the food is digested or burnt.
At present, the resistance to corrosion and scratches,
heavily anodized pans and pans is higher than that of the
other sturdiest tableware, because unlike the applied nonstick coating. A heavily anodized surface will not have a
thin layer or thin film on the surface to be protected, and
the surface itself is a protective layer.
Aluminum is known to be an excellent heat conductor so
dishes from it will heat up evenly and there will not be
separate hot spots in the pan, so the food will be cooked
more evenly. Rapid, uniform heating of the food prepared
in it is another of many advantages of heavily anodized
dishes, like any other aluminum.
This cookware has an extremely long life and can
withstand wear and corrosion for a long time. A peeling
film or crust will not form on the surface, and it can be

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operated at very high heating without damage to the
coating.
Unlike dishes made of plastic or with a traditional nonstick coating, dishes made from heavily anodized
aluminum do not require special spoons or blades made of
wood or other soft materials.
Harmless features
There are fears that aluminum and some of its compounds
are toxic and there is a link between aluminum and
diseases, such as Alzheimer's and others, as a result of
which some consumers are afraid of buying aluminum
utensils.
Rigid anodizing of aluminum makes its use safe for
consumers as the coating is chemically stable, does not
decompose and is completely non-toxic.
Because the heavily anodized cookware is non-stick and
non-stick coating will not eventually peel off due to wear
or mechanical damage, as can happen with other non-stick
coatings of aluminum, exposing aluminum under oxidation
coating, in consequence, in our opinion, such dishes are
safer than standard non-stick cookware.
Thus, according to the manufacturers, the dishes using
heavily anodized aluminum are completely safe and do not
affect the taste of the dishes. At the same time, all the
advantages of aluminum cookware remain.

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