All-Clad was established in 1968 after founder John Ulam discovered a unique process that uses heat and pressure to bond different metals into “sandwiched” sheets. This patented “roll-bonding” process is the basis for most of All-Clad's products, and allows cookware produced in this way to distribute heat evenly and efficiently. The All-Clad Stainless series of cookware sandwiches a thick core of three separate layers of aluminum between an easy-to-clean, highly polished 18/10 stainless steel cooking surface and a magnetic stainless steel exterior. The aluminum core retains heat and evenly distributes it along the bottom and up the sidewalls of the cookware, and runs all the way up to the lip of the utensil. Additionally, handles are attached with stainless steel rivets. All-Clad's products helped inspire interest in high end consumer cookware in the United States in spite of the relatively high cost of its products.
All Clad originally started out as All Clad Metals and produced bonded metals for the aerospace, automotive and shipbuilding industry. In 2000 All Clad started producing cookware for Emeril Lagasse in China. In 2004, All-Clad was purchased by the Group SEB consortium.
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