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DiamoTech™ Transforms Non-Stick Cooking with Diamond-Infused Ceramic Coating |

DiamoTech™ Transforms Non-Stick Cooking with Diamond-Infused Ceramic Coating

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In recent years, the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey has detected PFOS and PFOA, a family of chemicals associated with non-stick cookware coatings, in the blood of 95 percent of the population. A new line of cookware, DiamoTech™, eliminates such chemicals, which are associated with serious health risks, from its manufacturing process. Made from aluminum and coated with diamond-infused ceramic, DiamoTech provides superior non-stick cooking performance without the dangers associated with Teflon.

According to the American Cancer Society, “Some… studies have suggested an increased risk of testicular cancer with increased PFOA exposure.” Other studies “have also suggested possible links to kidney cancer and thyroid cancer, but the increases in risk have been small.” Still others “have suggested possible links to other cancers, including prostate, bladder, and ovarian cancer.” PFOA and similar chemicals are used in the manufacturing of Teflon, a non-stick coating for pots and pans. If those risks aren’t enough to make consumers want to run to replace their non-stick cookware immediately, NBC News recommends replacing non-stick pots and pans every five years and “even less if it starts to peel.”

Consumers who are ready to heed that advice will find DiamoTech as a replacement option on store shelves in the near future. Free of PFOA as well as PTFE and PFOS, the secret to DiamoTech’s top-notch performance lies in its innovative four-layer design. As a base, the cookware begins with quality enforced aluminum for uniform heat distribution. A high-temperature outer coating that is scratch and abrasive resistant is then applied to the aluminum. That is followed by the application of a ceramic coating that is infused with DiamoTech’s natural diamond composition for high-grade hardness and durability. A signature European top coat for a silky smooth yet strong surface rounds out the manufacturing process.

DiamoTech cooks better, looks better and is stronger than regular pans. It goes from the stovetop to the oven, where it is safe for temperatures up to 500°, with ease and has an ergonomic handle that stays cool to the touch. DiamoTech cookware comes in classic black with a jewel-tone finish to add a touch of sophistication to the kitchen.

DiamoTech will make its retail debut in mid-August to mid-September 2018. The cookware line will be available at Walmart, CVS, Target, Dollar General and more. The 9.5-inch fry pan has a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $19.99 while the 12.5-inch pan will retail for $29.99. DiamoTech is also available in a 5-piece set (MSRP $69.99) and a 10-piece set (MSRP $119.99). All pans include tempered glass lids as a free bonus.

Home cooks who want to replace their non-stick cookware with a safer, longer-lasting and all-around better-performing alternative can learn more about DiamoTech cookware online at Interested media may arrange a meeting with company management by calling (512) 777-8602.

About DiamoTech Cookware

From the company that revolutionized the pressure cooker business, DiamoTech represents the next generation of cookware innovation. Its quality ceramic coating is infused with DiamoTech’s natural composition for high-grade hardness and durability. The surface of the cookware is then enforced with aluminum for uniform heat distribution. DiamoTech is scratch and abrasion resistant and cooks food evenly and thoroughly. The entire line of pots and pans goes from stovetop to oven, is safe up to 500° and is dishwasher safe for easy cleaning. Its ergonomic handle also stays cool to the touch. Unlike much of its non-stick competition, DiamoTech is free of PTFE, PFOA and PFOS chemicals. For more information, please visit

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