Kyocera Receives Chicago Athenaeum Good Design Award for Ceramic Coated Cookware

Kyocera's Ceramic Coated Cookware, which features a long-lasting, proprietary ceramic nonstick coating technology, recently received a 2014 Good Design Award from the Chicago Athenaeum, the only independent museum of architecture and design in the United States.

Kyocera Ceramic Coated Cookware

The award was given to Kyocera based on multiple criteria, including innovative design and concept, new technology, materials, functionality, energy efficiency and sensitivity to the environment.

Kyocera Ceramic Coated Cookware features an exclusive coating, providing superior nonstick performance that is safe, scratch resistant and very easy to clean. It is PTFE-free, PFOA-free and Cadmium-free. The pans are oven-safe up to 400 degrees F.

Kyocera Ceramic Coated Cookware stands out for its quick and even heat distribution. A heavy gauge aluminum body clad with a stainless steel base provides excellent thermal conductivity. Engineered to professional grade standards, it features a riveted stainless steel handle that is comfortable in the hand and highly durable.

The line includes 8-inch, 10-inch and 12-inch fry pans, designed to perform on all cooking surfaces, including induction.


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