[INQ. NO. 2112C26] BAEG is a product with an antique and classic cast iron pan style design that was designed using deformation prevention technology, for which the company obtained a patent after years of research and development.
With this technology, the bottom of the frying pan will not warp and expand in the middle even when placed over heat for a long time. As a result, food placed in the frying pan can be cooked evenly as oil does not run to the edges.
This product comes with a handle with a registered design. Its ergonomic design makes it grip-friendly and is made from bakelite, which is known for being heat resistant.
Its body is made from aluminum instead of cast iron, making it light and increasing its thermal conductivity. It is also designed to be harmless to humans even if the coating comes off. Side handles attached to the body help users pick up the heavy pan after cooking. It also has a pouring rim, which can be quite handy when putting the food on a dish after it has been cooked.
These wok pans are designed to be deeper than any other frying pan in Korea. It is ideal for cooking Korean stews like jigae and jeongol. With an increasing number of people preferring induction range cookers, these pans were manufactured to be used on them as well.
Founded in 1977, CHEFLINE is the largest kitchen utensils manufacturer in Korea and has reached 10 million dollars in exports in just 10 years after expanding its business internationally and exporting to regions such as the Americas and Europe. In 1992, it completed the construction of a factory in Yesan, South Chungcheong province for manufacturing kitchen utensils and adopted state-of-the-art machinery on a grand scale. It solidified its position as a leading company in the kitchen utensils industry after acquiring ISO9001 and 14001 certifications.
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