Get up to 30% more releases with AMERICOAT® than other silicone glazes.
AMERICOAT® sets the standard for silicone release coatings and is used on all American Pan glazed pans.
Use bakeware and equipment longer and reduce or eliminate secondary release agents such as oil, silicone mats, and paper.
Decrease Cleaning Time
Enjoy minimal maintenance and cleaning.
Experience fewer work stoppages and handling errors with straightened pans.
Increase yield and reduce waste from depanning issues.
Improve Product Quality
Ensure product consistency through improved dough flow and release.
Increase Safety & Cleanliness
Create a safer environment with reduced fire hazards due to elimination of oils and grease.
Limit environmental impact by reducing scrap levels, reducing consumption of oils and prolonging the life of your pans.
Recoating ServicesOUR EXCLUSIVE METHODOLOGY AND COATINGS PROLONG PAN LIFE AND RESTORE OPTIMAL PERFORMANCE
We’ve perfected the process for cleaning and recoating baking pans through 25 years serving some of the world’s largest and most demanding bakeries.
Hydraulic presses and custom-made dies remove dents and warping, restoring pans to their original shape.
A proprietary cleaning solution removes the existing coating as well as heavy greases and carbon from pans.
Pans are restored to pristine cleanliness.
Pans are dried in industrial ovens.
Pans are coated with our AMERICOAT® ePlus* coating and cured in high-temperature batch ovens.
*DuraShield long-life coating also available at some locations.
In most cases, pans will be back in your bakery and good as new within 48 hours.
Handling ProceduresFOR BAKING PANS WITH AMERICOAT COATINGS
AMERICOAT silicone glaze has excellent release properties and resistance to corrosion. However, exposure to excess heat or moisture and contact with plant equipment or practices that cause abrasion of the coating can shorten the life of your pans. Following these handling requirements will minimize the risk of damaging your pans and maximize the life of your coated pans. Neglect to follow these guidelines will reduce the life of your pan.
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