SOLIDTEKNICS is built on the premise that there are enough people like us who are tired of the waste and damage of the disposable consumer world and are willing to think before they buy. To take personal responsibility for their purchasing decisions, and thereby influence corporate and governmental policy by 'voting with their wallet'.
We believe in a more sustainable industry where cookware is not a disposable item and is not coated with questionable synthetics for a little extra consumer convenience.
We only want SOLID and healthy cooking tools that are designed to be the best of their kind in the world and made with such quality and integrity that they will last for multiple generations and centuries.
SOLIDTEKNICS has developed two ranges of innovative world-first cookware: AUS-ION™ wrought iron (formed low-carbon steel), and nöni™ ferritic wrought stainless cookware. All are made in Australia, all are non-toxic, healthy, sustainable, and multi-century durable.
AUS-ION™ and nöni™ are both world-first seamless 1-piece wrought pans, with patents pending.
Ideally, every cook interested in healthy, non-toxic, and sustainable cooking would have a mixture of iron and stainless pans in the kitchen, because each has its strengths for different types of cooking:
AUS-ION™ is perfect for all everyday oil/fat-based frying, grilling, etc Our natural clean AUS-ION™ Australian wrought iron cooks and seasons like all bare cast iron cookware but is half the weight of traditional cast iron. Seasoned iron is the only known non-toxic and forever-renewable nonstick. All other nonstick surfaces are made with toxic and/or disposable synthetic coatings.
nöni™ is our conductive solid ferritic stainless steel range and is perfect for all liquid boiling, slow cooking, acidic sauces, and is very low maintenance. nöni™, in short, our new stainless pans are called, in full, 'CoSSNoNi', for 'Conductive Seamless Stainless Non-Nickel' ('nöni' for short!). Our nöni™ pans are formed into shape from one solid sheet of 3mm ferritic non-Nickel stainless steel (only very tiny trace amounts of Nickel: 0.6% maximum), which is near twice as conductive as regular Nickel-based stainless steels (eg. '18-10 stainless' means 18% Chromium and 10% Nickel). This makes our ferritic stainless more thermally conductive, and also very compatible with induction, without the need for clad/ply layers.
Both ranges are indestructible and designed to work together as a complete set of complementary pans, on any heat source.