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Förje Frying Pan - Excalibur®

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Stainless Steel Non-Stick Frying Pan Förje Designed with the high expectations of professional chefs in mind, Förje cookware is known for its robust construction and heat diffusing performance.
  • All Förje cookware can be used with a variety of cooking surfaces including induction
  • Fast, even and efficient heat distribution
  • Tubular stainless steel handle fitted with stainless steel rivets
  • Fine satin finish
  • Non-stick coating
  • Available in 1.25, 2, 3, 3.75, 5 and 6.25 litre capacities
  • Dishwasher safe
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Specifications
MODEL PRODUCT CODE CAPACITY
(ltr)
DIAMETER
(mm)
HEIGHT
(mm)
THICKNESS
(mm)
LID
MODEL
PRICE
£
FP20T RFFP20T 1.25 200 40 0.8L2020
FP24T RFFP24T 2.00 240 45 0.8L2428
FP28T RFFP28T 3.00 280 50 0.8L2836
FP32T RFFP32T 3.75 320 55 0.8L3248
FP36T RFFP36T 5.00 360 65 1.0L3663
FP40T RFFP40T 6.25 400 70 1.0L4071
Features
  • With two grades of stainless steel (AISI 304 & AISI 430), encapsulating a 5mm aluminium heat diffuser, this leading edge cookware is ideal for use on all heat sources including induction
  • Heat diffusing heavy duty bases manufactured using three-ply technology (stainless-aluminium-stainless) for fast, even and efficient heat distribution
  • The aluminium is fully encapsulated on all units up to 340mm in diameter
  • The exterior finish is in "fine satin" - this makes for easy cleaning and reduces the signs of use
  • The interior is non-stick coated
  • Förje frying pans have tubular stainless steel handles which are fitted to the pans with stainless steel rivets
  • Lids are available to purchase separately
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Sizes available: 1.25, 2.00, 3.00, 3.75, 5.00 and 6.25 litre capacities
Lids
MODEL PRODUCT CODE DIAMETER
(mm)
HEIGHT
(mm)
THICKNESS
(mm)
PRICE
£
L20 RFL20 200 50 0.89
L24 RFL24 240 50 0.810
L28 RFL28 280 50 0.813
L32 RFL32 320 50 1.018
L36 RFL36 360 50 1.024
L40 RFL40 400 50 1.029

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