Durability comes standard with this full size aluminum sheet pan. From roasts and chicken wings to cookies and cakes the sheet pan can handle them all. Made of the highest quality materials, this sheet pan can stand up to even the most rugged kitchen environments. Forget about flimsy pans and spilled dishes with this Lincoln sheet pan you can rest assured your foods will not only cook evenly but be secure while inserting them into the oven or removing them.
This sheet pan is full size and one inch deep to accommodate a variety of dishes and products. The 19 gauge aluminum alloy is sure to stand the test of time and frequent use. This full size sheet pan also resists stains, dents and scratches so you can use it over and over without having to worry you decreasing the integrity of the pan. This sheet pan also features a smooth finish which effectively heats your foods and resists burning.
- 17-3/4 inches x 12-7/8 inches
- 1 inch deep
- 19 gauge aluminum alloy
- Full size
Sheet Pan, half size, 18" x 13" x 1" (45.1 x 32.7 x 2.54cm), 18 gauge aluminum alloy, natural finish, made in USA
Vollrath 5303 Specifications
Vollrath 5303 Customer Reviews
"If as good as the cookie sheets, should be great."
"The 5303 is possibly THE all time best purchase ever made for my kitchen. I bought four of these between 1979 and 1981. I am still using them everyday for cookie sheets (with parchment), baking sheets for roasting vegetables (with parchment), underpan for anything that goes in my oven (and rarely need to clean oven at all), cleanable "surface" for any messy job in the kitchen (like taking a whole turkey out and "resting" it on something). A few years back an acquaintance who was a professional chef told me that NOTHING went in his home oven without being on a half sheet pan.) I used to carefully clean them after each use, back when having spent $14-16 apiece in the late '70s was a LOT. By now they have some modest accumulated stains but, honestly, that is why I pull them out instead of my four still-pristine 5314 (the 13 gauge ones Cooks' Illustrated ranked #1 a few years back) because they work just as well and I don't have to worry about staining them! (That said, if I were buying them for the first time and when I could easily afford the extra $, knowing that I was going to keep and use them for that long, I might get the 5314.) Four of these, at this fantastic price, form the relatively inexpensive core of my commonly-given shower or housewarming or thank-you gift and, depending on how much more you might want to spend (or not)can anchor a box of "favorite things" that an "older" baker/cook has identified over the years and hopes a newer cook will come to look back on with the same appreciation. If you are going to use them this hard and this long, you don't need or want to invest in some type of non-stick coating (in my estimation)."