10″ x 14″ x 2.5″ Detroit Style Pizza Pans
8″ x 10″ x 2.5″ Detroit Style Pizza Pans
LloydPans Detroit Pans are a smart choice for commercial production. Exceptional Detroit Style results – easy to use and easy to maintain.
- No Pre-Seasoning needed. LloydPans exclusive pre-seasoned tuff-kote finish adds a release coating, eliminating the need for any pre-seasoning.
- Permanent Stick-Resistance – metal utensil safe and long lasting.
- Will never rust! Heavy duty anodised aluminium with PSTK finish.
- Durable – the double thick flat rim adds strength and long-lasting durability.
- Nesting – 76° angle allows nesting when empty, saving storage space.
- Proofing – lids are available for stacking while proofing, making your prep table more efficient.
- Easy to clean and maintain.
- 14 Gauge aluminium, hard coat anodised, finished with LloydPans exclusive PSTK coating.
Read more about Detroit Style Pizza here: What is Detroit-Style Pizza and Why is it so Popular?
IMPORTANT CARE INSTRUCTIONS ON YOUR LLOYDPANS PANS
Pre-Seasoning Pans, Care and Use
- Before First Use
Hand wash in warm, soapy water with a non-abrasive sponge or cloth. Do not wash in the dishwasher as this will destroy the finish of your pan! With a soft cloth or paper towel, wipe the interior of the pan with a small amount of cooking oil. This may need repeating after washing again.
This pan should not be pre-seasoned. It is finished with a permanent, easy release coating that will never wear off. Dough recipes vary in stickiness and some may need oil to keep from sticking. Experiment with your coated pan. Start by using no release aid at all. If sticking occurs, apply a thin coating of oil until the desired results are obtained. Always wash pan after use so that no build-up occurs on pan surface. Keeping the surface clean and smooth will preserve the easy release benefit of the pan’s coating.
Coconut oil, grapeseed oil or high-quality canola oil is recommended, wiped on with a paper towel. Cooking sprays may be used. This pan and its coating are heat safe to 370°C. Never heat the pan empty over this temperature.
Wash the pan with liquid dish soap and a non-abrasive sponge or cloth. Washing pans will limit carbon build-up and keep your pans in good shape for many uses. Do not wash in dishwashers! For deeper cleaning use Bar Keepers Friend and wash again with dish soap.
- Sticking Issues
If you do have food stick to the pan, soak the pan in hot soapy water and rub with a non-abrasive type scrubber. Use Bar Keepers Friend for tough sticking build-up.
- “Beauty Marks”?
This pan is built for commercial use where appearance is secondary to performance. You’ll see grip marks in the finish of the product from our coating process on the rims or holes. These are not chips or scratches and the product will not flake or peel at these points. We call them Beauty Marks! We do not paint or cover up these marks in the metal because it does not improve the bake, it just adds cost. Your pan is the best performing pan available.
LloydPans, manufacturing pizza pans, bakeware and cookware since 1986 – building Pizza Pans, Bakeware and Cookware in the USA. White’s Foodservice Equipment distribute to the UK market.
The LloydPans company was founded on the simple premise of providing honest products and excellent service.
Commitment to Engineering for Excellence: LloydPans products are engineered for performance and built to last.
Customer-based innovation: LloydPans listen to their customers and develop products according to their needs and standards.
“Creating the foundation of better life through better food: Food cooked in our pans will retain the integrity of the chef’s intentions. Our pans add no toxins, chemicals or other foreign substances.”
Beyond an extensive line of standard products, LloydPans® offer surprisingly quick customisation which is why many of the giants turn to LloydPans® for new product launch needs and cost savings measures. With years of experience designing products that provide optimum performance, we’ve helped countless customers with practical solutions to their baking and portion control challenges.