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Risolì, quality made in Italy since 1965

Making pots and pans is a true art that the Brescia-based company RIsolì knows to perfection. Learn more about the features of their products by reading our in-depth article.

Why is Risoli's 900° die-cast aluminum better for the horeca sector? The short answer should be: it is the answer to the new needs of professionals in the horeca world for so many reasons. Specifically, let's see which ones:

- Excellent conductor for better heat distribution over the entire surface, evenly, without burning and altering taste, while maintaining the nutritional properties of food. Thanks to the die-casting process, a thickness of 5 mm (never under!) can be maintained, while the edge is 3.5 mm to even out the heat, which is different depending on the points of the pan

- better hygienic safety inside and out thanks to professional nonstick eco 3

- undeformable and unbreakable

- does not disperse heat allowing energy savings and when the flame is off it maintains the temperature for another 10 to 15 minutes, allowing hot food to be served directly to the table

- lighter than cast iron but stronger and more durable than molded: Risolì uses die-cast aluminum so for yield and weight

- can be nonstick, unlike cast iron or copper or bare aluminum where food sticks and will rust or warp in the long run

- cast aluminum is one piece, and casseroles and pans have cast handles that do not come off, which is why they also go in the oven

- nonstick is certified and allows for fat-free cooking and therefore suitable for dietary cooking

- also certified for food use and allows easy cleaning without wasting detergent, water and electricity, thus ecofriendly

- the alloy used does NOT release in any way so it is totally safe for health

- the bottom is solid ferritic steel at 2 mm, for better heat conduction, applied with heat abrasion balance: The advantage is tightness, if not you risk it coming off

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Alfredo Montini, the founder, in the 1960s began making kitchen utensils, pots and pans in thick (6/8 mm) cast aluminum with state-of-the-art nonstick and scratch-resistant coatings.


What does 100% made in Italy mean? That from the choice of raw material to the last step of production, everything is cared for and processed in-house. (The only thing made in Czech Rep. - Simax - are the lids, but already the lid knob is made in Italy). In addition, the edge finishes are handmade.


The entire production chain is integrated 'Made in Lumezzane' starting with the raw material: hi-grade aluminum from Lumezzane foundries. All products have a 100% non-toxic and safe non-stick triple layer co coatings free of PFOA.

All their aluminum is recycled and recyclable.

Thanks to the casting process, in models suitable for the traditional gas stove, 'made in Italy, Risoli' is imprinted on the bottom.

Thanks to all the characteristics of the materials used, design, and innovation, we manage to ensure absolutely natural cooking of food that enhances its palatability and good taste.

Risolì is a certified company and follows all current regulations and parameters to protect the customer and the consumer. The entire supply chain is controlled from the beginning (the choice of materials) to the end (the last step of processing, packaging and storage).

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All Risolì products are guaranteed for two years. This is possible because it invests in technology and skilled Italian labor.


- On gas it is best NOT to use induction pans because you will spend and consume more, induction ones being thicker

- The Risolì disk does not bend and fall off

- It is good to remember that aluminum retains heat even over a low flame

- The application of Risolì nonstick is done by water-based spraying so as not to pollute but is also why it is a process that costs more (just as recycled aluminum costs more). Each application is 3 spray coats, so a minimum of 40 microns of nonstick