From copper disc to pot
The base for our copper pots and copper pans are discs made of solid copper with a thickness of ~0.07 inch (1.8 mm). The discs are made of pure copper. Compared to other metals, copper is ductile and easy to shape. Copper is often used in cables because it is an excellent conductor of electricity. Being a fantastic conductor of heat, it is also ideal for cookware. Among our assortment we have copper products without coating and pots and pans with tin coating.
The copper discs are smeared with a little grease and then mounted in a machine. Through rotation and pressure, the copper is pulled into the respective pot or pan shape. The material deforms evenly, but because of the centrifugal forces, the material is somewhat thicker at the bottom than at the walls of the pots and pans.