Why do we need to heat cast aluminum cookware and how? – Calcination is necessary to create a passive film on the surface to improve the performance of the dish surface (so that food does not stick to the bottom of the products). This film protects the metal in the future from additional oxidation. Calculate cast aluminum cookware uncoated in the following way (it is recommended to calcine immediately after buying a new product): pour the sunflower oil on the washed and dried product so that it completely covers the bottom, add 1 tablespoon of salt (can be without salt), put on fire and to burn. The end of the process can be determined by the specific smell of hot oil and the appearance of the dishes. Then drain the remaining oil. You can start cooking. Decorative exterior coating “Greblon Decor D1” (Germany) – resistant to water, oils, detergents and abrasives. The coating applied to the cast housing creates a wear-resistant surface with excellent resistance to high temperatures.