Aluminium, cooking in lightness
At Mauviel 1830, the use of aluminium is historical. It goes back to the shortage of copper, after the war. The idea to offer sets of saucepans made of aluminium was wise.
To date, the manufacture still relies on this metal, light and an excellent conductor of heat, for its ranges of products.
Aluminium ensures a perfect conductibility of heat with thermic distribution, fast and uniform all over the product. Aluminium is 5 times more performing than a utensil made of stainless steel with an added or capped bottom.
The use of aluminium is a real time and energy saving.