Al Ahram Cookware
What is Aluminum?
Metal is available in nature for many reasons. It comes in all industries because of its advantages. It is lightweight, scratch-resistant, heat-resistant, has high corrosion resistance, easy to clean and is not expensive to live, making it a popular choice for cooking.

It’s perfect for the type of food that are sensitive to high temperatures. No matter how minimal you use aluminum cookware at home, it is an essential piece in the big commercial restaurants because of its large sizes that suits all their cooking needs

Al Ahram Cookware
Main Features

  • Aluminum Al-Ahram purity 99.9%
  • Consists of 3 layers (best raw material there is)
  • It has high resistance of abrasion and scratches
  • It is not affected by high heat unlike other pots
  • Prices are affordable
  • Does not interact with food and does not affect the different flavors of food cooked

  • Easy to clean
  • Maintains 93% of the heat
  • Good heat conduction
  • Easy maintenance where our maintenance service is available – Welding – Hoses – Hands
  • Does not have a lot of cleaning or caring instructions, unlike teflon or ceramic

Al Ahram Cookware
Aluminum Layers

  1. External Anodized Aluminum surface
  2. Multi-Element Alloy Aluminum core for super heat control
  3. Scratch Resistant bottom

Al Ahram Cookware

How To Use


Remove all condiments from the product before first use, wash it with warm soapy water and rinse well. It is recommended to wipe the product with a small amount of oil to keep it shiny and smooth.


Clean the container inside and outside with hot water and dishwashing detergent using a sponge or cleaning cloth while avoiding the use of strong detergents to avoid scratching the solid layer on the aluminum surface


Never wash the product in the dishwasher to ensure that the color of the glossy exterior does not change


To remove burns from the aluminum pan from the outside, put salt and vinegar together for 10 minutes on the vessel from the outside and then wipe it with a soft sponge


Do not use food in food storage or storage, especially those foods containing acidic substances (such as tomatoes and vinegar) because they interact with the surface of the product and may cause corrosion or oxidation of the surface


Proper wood suspension or silicone should be used while stirring the food. Avoid using metal sharpeners or cutting food directly into the pot so as not to scratch the surface of the bowl.


To remove burns from the aluminum pots from the inside, put water, vinegar and a little of Bicarbonate soda and leave them on the fire and then empty the pot and clean with sponge and if you find that there are still some traces of burns you can put a little soda Bicarbonate with water and rub it with sponge until the burns disappear


It is necessary to dry the dish after washing well and it is not recommended to leave the pot in the water for a long time to clean it because the water contains a percentage of chlorine may cause the erosion of the vessel or the formation of dark spots