Vollrath 5314 Wear-Ever Sheet Pan, 18 x 13 x 1-inch, Half Size
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- Wear-Ever open bead natural sheet pan
- Made of impact-resistant 13-guage heavy-duty 3000 series aluminum
- Tapered design for easy stacking; sized to fit standard baker's racks
- Available in 1/2-size
- Measures 18-inch length by 13-inch width by 1-inch height
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In 2007 Cook's Illustrated/America's Test Kitchen published the results of their baking sheet (jelly roll pan) equipment review. The winning sheet pan rated "highly recommended" was the 13-gauge aluminum Lincoln Foodservice Half-Size Heavy Duty sheet pan. Cook's listed Superior Products as a source for this pan, and MISTAKENLY listed the model number as 806188, and this is where the confusion starts.
806188 is Superior Product's ITEM number for this sheet pan sold on their website. If you visit the site you can see for yourself. This is a Superior Products number, and it IS NOT THE MODEL NUMBER of the pan. I phoned Superior Products and they confirmed this. ====> MAY/2010 UPDATE: I notified Cook's of their mistaken model number, and am happy to report they corrected it on their website.
The trademark name for a line of Lincoln Foodservice "smallwares" is WEAR-EVER®. The Cook's-recommended sheet pan is part of this line of smallwares (pots, pans, bakeware, trays and other kitchen utensils). In late 2009 the Vollrath Company acquired the Lincoln Smallwares division. . . .BUT the Lincoln WEAR-EVER name goes on, and nothing has changed with this sheet pan. I phoned Vollrath and they confirmed this.
If you are looking for Cook's winning sheet pan, THIS IS IT.Read more ›
The WEAR-EVER Part Number is stamped into the metal on the underside of every pan.
Take care not to confuse this item with the quite similar: WEAR-EVER #5303 = 17¾" x 12-7/8" 1" Natural (shiny) Finish, 18-gauge AA3003 Aluminum, with CLOSED BEAD surround (i.e., a "rolled edge" with a galvanized steel wire-bead insert)... #5303 is a fine pan, itself, but somewhat lighter in weight (and with the rolled bead, arguably more ergonomic). The type #5303 is a Half-Sheet Pan which usually sells for a few dollars less than the heavier, NSF-rated WEAR-EVER #5314.
WEAR-EVER also make a #S5303 variant (with a Wear-Guard coating), costing almost twice as much; as well as a #5303P variant (perforated); and they also make a MUCH lighter-weight, 19-gauge #9303 "economy" variant, which costs only half as much as the Half-Sheet Pan pictured here.
The "Cooking Rack - CIA Masters Collection" is an ideal accessory for these pans, as is the "Silpat 11-5/8-by-16-1/2-Inch Nonstick Silicone Baking Mat", or equivalent, sold separately here on AMAZON, and elsewhere.
fwiw... Baking Pans are usually bought, and often used in pairs; regardless of Part Number / variant they are all stackable, one inside another; and personally, in my modest home kitchen I found one #5314 Heavy-Duty and one #5303 Standard Pan, along with one nice cooking/cooling rack and a silicone mat accessory to be the ideal set solution.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this because it was the winning jelly roll pan on America's Test Kitchen equipment review section. Read morePublished 5 days ago by K. Kleinman
Cookie sheet warped after first use. Bought USA Pans elsewhere and they by far are much better than this pan.Published 11 days ago by Secret Santa
Bummer. Used this pan once for some bacon (400 degrees) and it is warped already. I purchased this pan on the recommendation of Cooks Illustrated. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Amazon Customer
I orginally loved the pan until the surface started to wear. It is all sticky and the only way I can now use this pan is to put a liner of parchment paper or aluminum foil down. Read morePublished 12 days ago by JaniceLKD
I'm giving it five stars because it's heavy, sturdy and bakes beautifully. The only drawback, which is personal to me, is that the underside of the rolled lip is a bit more... Read morePublished 14 days ago by mpete
Bought these pans after seeing them reviewed by America's Test Kitchen. Great price, bakes great, although the pan did warp slightly after baking frozen items. Read morePublished 18 days ago by R. MORRIS