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- Made in the USA from globally sourced materials; aluminized steel 1 pound loaf pan, commercial grade and heavy gauge - measures 8. 5 x 4. 5 x 2. 75 inch
- Unique corrugated surface design facilitates air circulation for evenly baked goods and quick release
- Coated with Americoat - a silicone that is PTFE, PFOA and BPA free
- Made with a blend of New and recycled steel; Limited life-time
- USA Pan is a Bundy family company that has proudly manufactured high quality bakeware and provided jobs in the USA for over 50 years
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USA Pan Loaf Pans with Americoat Nonstick Silicone-Based Coating
USA Pan Loaf Pans are strong and durable pans perfect for baking any quick breads or yeasted loaves. The unique ridged texture facilitates even air circulation and heat distribution ensuring even baking for each loaf.
Durable nonstick loaf pans
Bake healthy bread at home
Multiple sizes available
Stoneware retains heat for even baking
USA Pan Nonstick Bakeware
Why Bake With Aluminized Steel?
Aluminized steel is the material of choice for bakeware used by professional bakers and commercial bakeries for its durability and high-performance capabilities. Baking memories with the family has never been easier.
USA Pan Bakeware Features
Unique Fluted Design
Unique corrugated surfaces engineered to enhance nonstick properties and add extra strength to the pan for warp resistance. Durable, reliable, and high-performance design for ideal heating distribution and increased air flow.
Americoat Plus Nonstick Coating
Americoat Plus Silicone Nonstick Coating is our patented naturally nonstick coating that protects your pans and your baked treats. Watch your cookies and cakes release effortlessly off your pan. Easy to use and easy to clean.
Aluminized Steel Construction
Heavy-gauge aluminized steel is used for sturdy construction that is built to last. USA Pan is a family-owned and operated company and is proud to be made in the USA.
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|Item Dimensions||8.5 x 4.5 x 2.75 inches||9 x 3 x 5 inches||9.8 x 6.1 x 3 inches||9 x 4 x 4 inches||5.5 x 3 x 2.25 inches|
The USA Pan 1 pound Loaf Pan measures a full 8.5 x 4.5 x 2.75 inches* and provides home bakers with an easy way to bake the perfect quick bread, flawless pound cake, super moist cornbread, or classic meatloaf. Bake top quality artisan breads that come out finished with beautifully flaky crust. An extremely versatile kitchen accessory, the USA Pan’s 1 pound Loaf Pan can also be used for everything from no-crust quiches, to delicious chicken pot pies. With a patented AMERICOAT Plus non-stick coating, the USA Pan 1 pound Loaf Pan allows for easy clean-up and truly effortless release of your baked items. AMERICOAT Plus is also PTFE, PFOA, and BPA free. Every USA Pan is made in the USA and has been designed with the same standard high performance features that commercial bakers enjoy including aluminized steel and heavy gauge steel construction that allows for even heat distribution and maximum service life. The USA Pan 1 Pound Loaf Pan also features a steel wire in the rim, which provides extra strength and further provides resistance to warping. The USA Pan 1 pound Loaf Pan's unique fluted surface design facilitates air circulation and also maximizes pan strength, which helps to resist warping. USA Pan’s professional grade bakeware helps everyday home bakers produce professional grade baked goods. USA Pan bakeware is long-lasting, durable, reliable, and comes with a limited lifetime warranty. USA Pan is a Bundy Family owned company, based in the Greater Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania area that has been producing high performance bakeware for over 50 years. *Dimensions represent baking surface, not overall pan size.
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But imagine my dismay when I turned the pan over in order to put it away and after sitting right side up on the counter for a minute or so I discovered rusty water collecting in the corners of the pan. I took a paper towel and blotted it up and shortly more collected. I’ve tried to get a photo of it. When I turned the pan upside down again and looked carefully at the rolled edge. It isn’t sealed - the rolled edge clearly can collect water. And I can see rust under the rolled edge. From what I understand the rolled edge is reinforced and perhaps the reinforcing wire isn’t coated and does rust. I am not happy about the rust.
I now read that another reviewer suggests putting these pans into a 200’ oven to thoroughly dry this rolled edge, as clearly there is no way to hand dry it. I guess I’ll have to try this technique. But I would very much appreciate USA Pan’s input here, whether my pan is actually defective, or if there is a better way to care for the pan. I’m concerned that the pan itself may rust if the coating gets damaged or scratched. I am aware that metal tools are not to be used. But otherwise how durable is this pan?
All of this aside, the pan appears to be sturdy and it certainly browns bread beautifully. I hope the manufacturer and other users can clarify this.
That very real complaint notwithstanding though, I like the pan enough (a lot!) to just work out the inherently very awkward handling issues. Finished loaves, in addition to being very pretty, also develop a very even, tender crust. While I don't wash my loaf pan (no reason to with a yeast bread), I did fill it with water to see if those envelope-folded corners would leak and after 10 minutes sitting on the counter, they don't. With your understanding that handling the hot pan can be tricky until you figure out how to do it safely, I highly recommend getting it. I anticipate many years if not forever out of this bread pan.
I was just going to suggest that users only use a silicone spatula in it, but come to think of it, I've ever used any spatula in it. My bread always slides right out. For those spreading a batter or dough into this, they will want to use a silicone spatula though... NEVER metal :)
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I highly recommend investing in this quality baking pan, it provides even heat distribution, excellent baking results, I am glad to have this and highly recommend to others. By the way remarkable customer and supper fast shipping too!
I use them mainly for banana bread. Not once has my banana bread got stuck to the bottom of the pan. Every time, the bread is evenly browned, and perfectly golden all over.
As soon as I remove the banana bread from these pans, I wash and rinse the pans (it takes almost no time at all thanks to the non-stick coating). Then I put the clean pans in the still-warm oven to dry. Easy peasy. :)