The USA PAN® Loaf Pan 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. The pan surface is coated with a patented AMERICOAT® coating, a non-stick silicone, allowing you to easily release your baked goods from the pan. AMERICOAT® is made without PTFE, PFOA and BPA. The pan features a unique, ridged texture that facilitates even air circulation & heat
Medium Loaf Pan: Baking Surface : 9 x 5 x 2.75" Outer Surface Dimensions: 9.625 x 5.625 x 2.75"
Large Loaf Pan: Baking Surface : 10 x 5 x3" Outer Surface Dimensions: 10.625 x 5.5 x 3"
USA PAN®’s professional grade bakeware helps everyday home bakers produce professional grade baked goods. 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.
Material: Aluminised Steel
Warranty: Limited Lifetime
Commercial bakeries and American families alike trust our strong and durable pans that are versatile for any recipe. Our heavy-duty pans, made with aluminized steel, have the same design used in professional bakeries. USA PAN®’s unique, ridged texture facilitates even air circulation and heat distribution, providing professional, even baking every time. We use a silicone non-stick coating that is FDA approved and unmatched for easy clean-up. USA PAN® offers the world’s finest bakeware that you can rely on passing down to future generations.
Use & Care
Do not exceed 230°C. Our bakeware conducts heat efficiently, which may require you to reduce the time and temperature as necessary. Hand wash bakeware in warm water with mild dishwashing soap using a sponge, rinse and dry thoroughly. Do not place in dishwasher. Follow recipe instructions, greasing and flouring as directed. Cooking spray is not recommended. To maintain the pan’s appearance over time, use a silicone baking mat or line the pan. Use only silicone, nylon or wooden utensils. Do not use sharp metal utensils.