Coatings & Refurbishments
The prolonged life and optimal performance of pans coated and processed by our companies help control costs and improve the competitiveness of your operation.
American Pan coats, cleans, straightens, and recoats millions of pans every year.
DuraShield® delivers more releases than all other competitors worldwide.
Our coatings provide the longest lasting release life and the best release characteristics for baked goods from buns and rolls to breads and cakes. Recoating of DuraShield coated pans is offered in Brazil, Mexico, Romania, Spain, UK, and USA.
Our OptiShield® fluoropolymer coatings have been developed to provide a solution for conditions where a standard coating will not perform.
We offer multiple OptiShield formulas to meet the specific challenges of various products or production processes.
Get up to 30% more releases with AMERICOAT® than other silicone glazes.
Our silicone glaze coating used for virtually any product and can significantly reduce the amount of oil needed for your baking process.
Get 3 to 4 times longer life than with standard silicone glazes.
Our rubberized silicone coating is a popular choice for coating baguette pans, baking screens, and other perforated trays to provide specific baking characteristics and results. Rubberized silicone lasts three to four times longer than standard silicone glazes, giving 800 to 1,500 bake cycles. Recoating of FlexiCoat coated pans is offered in Brazil and Spain.
Life Cycle Management
Our Life Cycle Management Program was created to provide customers with a rotating supply of high performing bakeware and coatings resulting in optimal operational efficiency and product quality.
Proudly serving the UK from our Skelmersdale and Irlam locations
American Pan has representatives and five state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities strategically placed across the globe to ensure. This ensures that our customers’ get the exact pans and services they need for long-term performance. We’re proud to serve the United Kingdom from our facility in Skelmersdale.