KOMIN Ductile iron series

A ductile iron casting changes a life style.

Lightweight strengthening iron castings

By having changed to stainless steel from iron, as development with fast vessel and flat wear of Niigata was accomplished, progress of a material and technology produces a new design and a new life style.

A ductile iron casting changes the image of a heavy casting saucepan or a frypan, and makes new user-friendliness.

Ductile iron cast series has only a weight about a half as compared with a previous iron-castings saucepan and frypan. A cast new image and ruggedness were reconciled by adding the design of folding to the edge of a vessel with an intensity increase of a basis.

Like the word "the hot water of an iron teakettle is nice somehow", it is the best for natural cooking which uses the characteristics of all foods efficiently. It could be called the item equipped with a cast advantage and lightness.

Product Details

GRILL PAN

IRON CAST GRILL PAN

By cast heat retaining property and the advantage of a heat conduction, heat passes thoroughly in the whole foods. furthermore, because extra oil falls to a grill surface, meat and a fish, of course vegetables can also be cooked deliciously. Attached browned grill mark brings up deliciousness further. Because it is a product made of ductile iron, it is light and easy to handle. If lid is turned over and used, it can be used also as a tray of foods.

* It is made from ductile iron (cast iron which made spherical the shape of the graphite (black lead) under structure, and improved a hardness and ductility).


IRON CAST GRILL PAN
CASSEROLE

IRON CAST CASSEROLE

Because it is a product made of ductile iron, it is light and easy to handle.By cast heat retaining property and the advantage of a heat conduction, heat passes thoroughly in the whole foods, and it is best for stew food. It is the cast saucepan which modern feeling united with the traditional style. Also good to use on a dining table.If lid is turned over and used, it can be used also as a tray of foods.

* It is made from ductile iron (cast iron which made spherical the shape of the graphite (black lead) under structure, and improved a hardness and ductility).


IRON CAST CASSEROLE
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KOMIN Ductile iron series KO-3305 KOMIN Ductile iron series KO-3306
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KOMIN YAMADA Profile

KOMIN YAMADA

Born in Tokyo on January 24,1947.

March 1968 :Graduated from Ikuei industrial School with a major in Art and Design Engineering. ( He was a member of the inaugural class, )
Studied European design trends under Father Hendrick ( a Belgian influenced by Bauhaus ),
April 1968 :Assi tant, industrial Design Department, Chiba University, Studied the art of model production under Professor Otomaru.
( The father of Professor Otomaru was a master in lacquer art who received the honor of Living National Treasure, )
1969 :Joined RIC Design Studio ( an advertising firm whose clients include JSR ). Handled PR and sidplay projects.
March 1972 :Established Y&N Design Studio. Designed packages and plastic moldings for Dai Nippon Printing, etc.
May 1985 :Become freelance,

Career Highlight

1978 :Received the Niigata Governor Award for his stainless pan with Mikaloy handles ( Grace ) exhibited at the Niigata Trade & industry Fair,
1983 :Received the Grand MITI Minister Award at the Niigata Flatware Competition.
1984 :Received the Grand MITI Minister Award at the Niigata Flatware Competition.
1990 :His Global KNIFE received a “G-Mark” certification from the Ministry of international Trade and industry ( MITI ).
1986 :The slim pot which is continuing selling in Japan since
1991 :His freshener bottle designed for ST Chemical won the First Prize in the General Merchandise Category at the Japan Packaging Competition.
1991 :The Global KNIFE received an honorary designation from the Dutch Chefs Guild ( a European association of chefs ),
2000 :introduced Sha Ra Ku Mono ( a tableware brand ).
2001 :His Global Deboning Tool received the Design Plus Award at Frankfurt Messe.
2001 :His Global Tweezers ( for cooking ) received the From Award at Frankfurt Messe.
2002 :His Global Knife received the Japan Good Design Awaed ( Long-life Design category ).
2002 :Sha Ra Ku Mono was featured in the catalog of the Museum of Modern Art ( MONO ) in New York,
2004 :Designed kitchen tools and knives for Rosendahl ( Denmark ) ( released in September ).

Past work