The Browne 5724058 Thermalloy® non-stick frying pan has a non-stick coating called Excalibur® that prevents product from sticking to the pan while being cooked. The rest of the pan is constructed of stainless steel for durability and corrosion resistance. Heat is evenly distributed thanks to the 1⁄4-inch aluminum sandwich base. The Browne 5724058 Thermalloy non-stick frying pan has a hollow handle that stays cool to the touch to prevent injury.
- Part of the Thermalloy series
- Stainless steel construction is durable and will not easily scratch or dent
- Handle is secured with rivets to the pan and stays cool to the touch
- Product is cooked evenly thanks to the 1⁄4-in. aluminum sandwich base
- Excalibur coating prevents food from sticking to the pan
- Heat stays over product with the 5724120 cover that is sold separately
- Overall Dimensions: 7.8 in. dia. x 1.5 in. H
- NSF certified
Thermalloy® Fry Pan, 7-4/5" dia. x 1-1/2", induction capable, stay cool riveted handle, 1/4" (6mm) aluminum sandwich bottom, Excalibur® non-stick coating, stainless steel & aluminum, NSF
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"A good well constructed non stick pan that should work fine for cooking egg dishes. But I got confused after talking with customer service and ma..."
"A good well constructed non stick pan that should work fine for cooking egg dishes. But I got confused after talking with customer service and mainly because of Browne- Helco's use of the term "thermalloy" for both products into thinking this pan was simply a slightly smaller version of Browne-Halco 5724096, a tri-ply pan with an aluminum layer in between stainless steel. It's not, it's just stainless steel. I may not notice the difference, but I really wanted a tri-ply, but not worth the trouble and expense of sending back for exchange. "Conventional wisdom" is that the tri-ply performs better as far as even heating. Also, I would have preferred a smaller pan, at 7"; this is really a 8" pan. As suggested above, customer service thought the same as I, that same pan, just smaller. I'm also not sure it's clear from description, but this is a pan that can be used on induction cooktop. The "no" recommedation should be qualified because it is not a reflection of bad quality, but simply because I would recommend spending more for the tri-ply. Seeing how the Browne-Helco pans are constructed, that pan, Browne-Halco 5724096, I would recommend enthusiastically."