Frequently Asked Questions

What is Laser Titanium Cookware?

Laser Titanium hard anodized cookware features a new patent-pending technology. This cookware has a safe non-toxic cooking surface without any coating at all or potentially harmful chemicals (PFAS, PTFE, PFOA). The cookware is non-stick, 3 times harder than stainless steel, safe for metal utensils and is oven safe up to 700 °F. More information about the technology can be found here:

What are the benefits of using Laser Titanium Cookware?

Laser Titanium has a chemical-free safe interior (no PFAS, PTFE, PFOA) with excellent food release properties, it is durable and can be used with metal utensilts, and it is oven and dishwasher safe. Since there is no coating, it will never flake or scrape off unlike traditional non-stick cookware.

What are PFOA and PFOS, and are they harmful?

According to Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry PFAS are man-made chemicals that have been used to make nonstick cookware. The most commonly studied PFAS are perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) and perfluorooctane sulfonic acid (PFOS). Many scientific articles have been published about PFAS exposure and health effects. Some states, for example Minnesota, will ban sales of products with PFAS, including cookware starting from Jan-1, 2025.

What makes Laser Titanium Cookware chemical-free?

This cookware has no coating, because Titanium is infused into the pan itself through a laser process to create a non-chemical nonstick surface. Laser Titanium cookware doesn't include any chemicals such as PFAS, PTFE, PFOA, Lead and Cadmium.

Can Laser Titanium Cookware be used on all types of stovetops?

Laser Titanium can be used on all types of stovetops, except for induction.

How should I clean my Laser Titanium Cookware?

Cleaning instructions are available here:

Can metal utensils be used with Laser Titanium Cookware?

Yes, metal utensils can be used with Laser Titanium cookware without fear of flaking, scraping, peeling or damaging the surface

Is it safe to use Laser Titanium Cookware in the oven?

Yes, Laser Titanium cookware can be used in the oven with temperature up to 700F. When using cookware with lids - up to 500F.

Does Laser Titanium Cookware come with a warranty?

Yes, Laser Titanium cookware is covered with limited lifetime warranty, please find more details here:

Is Laser Titanium Cookware dishwasher safe?

Yes, Laser Titanium cookware is dishwaher safe, but we recommend hand washing for maximum efficiency and extending lifetime of cookware

How does Laser Titanium Cookware compare to other non-stick cookware?

Laser Titanium cookware has similar food release as traditional non-stick cookware, but it doesn't contain any coating on the pan to create these non-stick properties. The Titanium is laser infused into the pan itself, so, unlike traditional non-stick pans, there will never be any flaking, scraping or peeling of the surface. There are no potentially harmful chemicals such as PFAS, PTFE or PFOA.

How does Laser Titanium Cookware compare to Ceramic cookware?

Laser Titanium cookware has similar food release performance compared to traditional ceramic cookware, but it is more durable, because it can be used at higher temperature (up to 700F), while ceramic cookware can flake or chip at higher temperatures and break down over time and loose all non-stick properties.

How does Laser Titanium Cookware compare to Stainless Steel cookware?

Laser Titanium cookware is made of a hard anodized alumium exterior and titanium infused interior to make the pans 3x harder than stainless steel. Like stainless, no chemical coatings are used, but Laser Titanium has a non-stick surface for easy food release unlike stainless steel cookware which sticks.

What is pre-seasoning and why is it important for Laser Titanium Cookware?

Pre-seasoning a pan adds an additional layer to the surface improving food release and allowing you to reduce amount of butter, oil or fat used for healthier cooking and easier cleanup.

What type of oil should I use for pre-seasoning?

While any oil can be used in the preseasoning process, we would recommend a high smoke point oil such as avocado or safflower oil.

Are lids available?

Lids are available as part of our 10 and 12 pcs sets, as well as our 12" frypan with lid, 2Qt saucepan, 5Qt sautepan, 6Qt Dutch Oven, 8Qt stock pot. Individual lids are not available for sale

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