The Browne 5813832 Thermalloy® frying pan is made of aluminum to ensure durability and evenly heat product. The satin-finished pan has a wide base to sit on flat burners without creating hot spots. A non-stick coating makes cleaning simple since food and grease easily come out of the pan. The Browne 5813832 Thermalloy frying pan has a handle with a removable sleeve and angled design for comfort when cooking and lifting.
- Part of the Thermalloy series
- Durable aluminum construction heats evenly across the bottom
- Wide base sits on flat burners and reduces hot spots
- Eclipse® non-stick coating keeps food and grease from sticking to the bottom
- Handle is angled for comfort and riveted for strength and long-term use
- Removable, heat-resistant sleeve reduces hand fatigue and resists heat
- Satin finish creates a classic look
- Overall Dimensions: 12 in. dia. x 2.3 in. H
- NSF certified
Thermalloy® Fry Pan, 12" dia. x 2-1/4", without lid, Thermogrip removable silicone sleeve, riveted handle, Eclipse® non-stick coating, 8 gauge, aluminum, NSF
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"These skillets make cooking anything a pleasure. They are heavy duty, provide even heat, and hold their heat very well for cooking in all parts..."
"These skillets make cooking anything a pleasure. They are heavy duty, provide even heat, and hold their heat very well for cooking in all parts of the skillet surface. We LOVE the silicone handle (stays cool!!!) and the non-stick surface is truly non-stick and stays that way. Advice: Just don't ever let the skillet overheat with or especially without food in it to maintain the surface. (I let my first Browne Halco get too hot and it still works, but has lost a bit of that wonderfully non-stick surface.) ALWAYS use only silicone turners, tongs and other stirring/turning utensils. HAND WASH your skillets -- no dishwashers ever!! NEVER use a metal scratcher nor abrasive cleaner inside the skillet. NEVER run cool/cold water in your hot skillet. Soak any stubborn or dried tidbits to remove--never scrape nor scratch. Let cool completely before hand washing with mild detergent. Finally, use a very fine-grained powdered cleaner that is made for pots and pans to keep the outside of the skillet gleaming. You will have a wonderful piece of cookware that will last -- maybe forever??"