Cooking Pans

Cooking Pans

Description
Description

Cooking pans are versatile kitchen tools essential for preparing a wide range of dishes. They come in various shapes and sizes, each suited for specific cooking methods. Frying pans, with shallow, sloped sides, are ideal for sautéing and frying. Sauce pans, deeper with straight sides, are perfect for simmering sauces and boiling liquids. Woks, with their rounded bottoms, are designed for stir-frying at high heat. Grill pans, characterized by their ridged surface, mimic grilling indoors. Cast iron, stainless steel, non-stick, and copper are common materials, each offering different heat conduction and cooking properties. Cooking pans are used in homes and professional kitchens alike, playing a crucial role in culinary preparation.

History
History

Cooking pans have evolved significantly over time. In ancient civilizations, people used simple, crude pans made from materials like stone or metals available to them, primarily for basic frying and boiling. As metalworking skills improved, iron and bronze pans became more common. The Middle Ages saw the introduction of cast iron pans, which were durable and offered even heating. The industrial revolution brought advances in manufacturing, leading to the production of more refined and varied pans. In the 20th century, the introduction of materials like stainless steel, aluminum, and non-stick coatings revolutionized pan design, offering better heat distribution and easier cleaning, catering to the needs of modern cooking methods.

Future
Future

The future of cooking pans is likely to be shaped by technology and sustainability. We might see pans made from new, eco-friendly materials that are both highly durable and better for the environment. Advances in non-stick technology could lead to coatings that are safer and more effective, reducing the need for cooking oils.

Smart pans could become more prevalent, equipped with sensors to monitor temperature and cooking time, possibly syncing with smartphones for a guided cooking experience. Additionally, the trend towards multifunctional kitchen items might result in pans that are versatile across various cooking methods, maximizing utility and saving space in modern kitchens.

Common Questions
Common Questions
Why is metal used for most cooking pans?

Metal is used for cooking pans and pots because it can conduct heat well and is also chemically unreactive so that its surface does not change the flavor of the food that is being cooked. The different metals used in cooking pans include aluminum and copper.

How do you clean cast iron pans?

Clean cast iron pans by using a little bit of soap and washing the iron cast pan by hand. Afterwards, dry the pan with a clean cloth or paper towel. Then oil its surface with a light layer of cooking oil with a paper towel until no oil residue is left.

What are the best pans for induction cooking?

The best pans for induction cooking include the Cuisinart Cookware Set or the Circulon Symmetry Cookware set that provides non-stick pans. Other suitable inductions cookware pans include the Anolon Nouvelle Stainless Steel Cookware Set and the Tefal Professional Nonstick Pans. Induction cooking pans should be able to help food cook evenly.

Objects

* Under Development *

2” | 5.1 cm
15.28” | 38.8 cm
10.68” | 27.1 cm
53.43 in2 | 344.7 cm2
5.35 lb | 2.43 kg
Cast Iron Skillet - 10.25”
5.100
38.800
27.100
344.70
2.430
119000
https://p3d.in/e/DF7hd
GUIDE
3D
Cast Iron Skillet - 10.25”Perspective view of a 3D model of the Cast Iron Skillet (10.25”)Perspective view of a 3D model of the Cast Iron Skillet (10.25”)
2.25” | 5.7 cm
18” | 45.7 cm
12.56” | 31.9 cm
74.62 in2 | 481.4 cm2
7.89 lb | 3.58 kg
Cast Iron Skillet - 12”
5.700
45.700
31.900
481.40
3.580
119000
https://p3d.in/e/N8G8a
GUIDE
3D
Cast Iron Skillet - 12”3D model of the Cast Iron Skillet (12”) viewed in perspective3D model of the Cast Iron Skillet (12”) viewed in perspective
2.37” | 6 cm
20.75” | 52.7 cm
13.75” | 34.9 cm
82.52 in2 | 532.4 cm2
10.5 lb | 4.76 kg
Cast Iron Skillet - 13.25”
6.000
52.700
34.900
532.40
4.760
119000
https://p3d.in/e/lpblG
GUIDE
3D
Cast Iron Skillet - 13.25”View of the Cast Iron Skillet (13.25”) in 3D available for downloadView of the Cast Iron Skillet (13.25”) in 3D available for download
2.5" | 6.35 cm
22.18” | 56.3 cm
15” | 38.1 cm (Diameter)
114.17 in2 | 736.6 cm2
12.36 lb | 5.6 kg
Cast Iron Skillet - 15”
6.350
56.300
38.100
736.60
5.600
119000
https://p3d.in/e/KtPen
GUIDE
3D
Cast Iron Skillet - 15”3D model of the Cast Iron Skillet (15”) viewed in perspective3D model of the Cast Iron Skillet (15”) viewed in perspective
1.375” | 3.5 cm
9.57” | 24.3 cm
6.68” | 17 cm
19.16 in2 | 123.6 cm2
1.94 lb | .88 kg
Cast Iron Skillet - 6.5”
3.500
24.300
17.000
123.60
0.880
119000
https://p3d.in/e/MY8dm
GUIDE
3D
Cast Iron Skillet - 6.5”Perspective view of a 3D model of the Cast Iron Skillet (6.5”)Perspective view of a 3D model of the Cast Iron Skillet (6.5”)
1.87” | 4.75 cm
12.75” | 32.4 cm
8.68” | 22 cm
29.5 in2 | 190.3 cm2
3.2 lb | 1.45 kg
Cast Iron Skillet - 8”
4.750
32.400
22.000
190.30
1.450
119000
https://p3d.in/e/9Q1NN
GUIDE
3D
Cast Iron Skillet - 8”3D model of the Cast Iron Skillet (8”) viewed in perspective3D model of the Cast Iron Skillet (8”) viewed in perspective
1.87” | 4.75 cm
13.75” | 34.9 cm
9.68” | 24.6 cm
40.58 in2 | 261.8 cm2
4.17 lb | 1.89 kg
Cast Iron Skillet - 9”
4.750
34.900
24.600
261.80
1.890
119000
https://p3d.in/e/CsaJY
GUIDE
3D
Cast Iron Skillet - 9”View of the Cast Iron Skillet (9”) in 3D available for downloadView of the Cast Iron Skillet (9”) in 3D available for download
1.75” | 4.45 cm
18.9” | 48 cm
10.5” | 26.7 cm (Diameter)
44.2 in2 | 285 cm2
2.25 lb | 1.02 kg
Frying Pan - 10”
4.450
48.000
26.700
285.00
1.020
27000
https://p3d.in/e/4tZfx
GUIDE
3D
Frying Pan - 10”3D model of the Frying Pan (10”) viewed in perspective3D model of the Frying Pan (10”) viewed in perspective
1.75” | 4.45 cm
20.87” | 53 cm
12.5” | 31.75 cm (Diameter)
70.9 in2 | 457.3 cm2
3 lb | 1.36 kg
Frying Pan - 12”
4.450
53.000
31.750
457.30
1.360
27000
https://p3d.in/e/Uwy8Q
GUIDE
3D
Frying Pan - 12”View of the Frying Pan (12”) in 3D available for downloadView of the Frying Pan (12”) in 3D available for download
1.75” | 4.45 cm
15.35” | 39 cm
8.5” | 21.6 cm (Diameter)
23.76 in2 | 153.3 cm2
1.75 lb | .8 kg
Frying Pan - 8”
4.450
39.000
21.600
153.30
0.800
27000
https://p3d.in/e/TOTb9
GUIDE
3D
Frying Pan - 8”Perspective view of a 3D model of the Frying Pan (8”)Perspective view of a 3D model of the Frying Pan (8”)
.94” | 2.4 cm
6” | 15.2 cm
3.94” | 10 cm
5.68 in2 | 36.6 cm2
.62 lb | .28 kg
Mini Cast Iron Skillet - 3.5”
2.400
15.200
10.000
36.60
0.280
1600
https://p3d.in/e/F21DY
GUIDE
3D
Mini Cast Iron Skillet - 3.5”3D model of the Mini Cast Iron Skillet (3.5”) viewed in perspective3D model of the Mini Cast Iron Skillet (3.5”) viewed in perspective
1.06” | 2.7 cm
7.56” | 19.2 cm
5.04” | 12.8 cm
9.3 in2 | 60 cm2
1.15 lb | .52 kg
Mini Cast Iron Skillet - 5”
2.700
19.200
12.800
60.00
0.520
1600
https://p3d.in/e/sCIfd
GUIDE
3D
Mini Cast Iron Skillet - 5”View of the Mini Cast Iron Skillet (5”) in 3D available for downloadView of the Mini Cast Iron Skillet (5”) in 3D available for download
2.5” | 6.35 cm
20.79” | 52.8 cm
10.5” | 26.7 cm (Diameter)
65.1 in2 | 420.2 cm2
3 lb | 1.36 kg
Sauté Pan - 3.5 Qt
6.350
52.800
26.700
420.20
1.360
15300
https://p3d.in/e/txIL2
GUIDE
3D
Sauté Pan - 3.5 QtPerspective view of a 3D model of the Sauté Pan (3.5 Qt)Perspective view of a 3D model of the Sauté Pan (3.5 Qt)
2.72” | 6.9 cm
22.5” | 57.2 cm
12.25” | 31.1 cm (Diameter)
88.8 in2 | 572.7 cm2
5.88 lb | 2.67 kg
Sauté Pan - 5 Qt
6.900
57.200
31.100
572.70
2.670
15300
https://p3d.in/e/yuHNE
GUIDE
3D
Sauté Pan - 5 Qt3D model of the Sauté Pan (5 Qt) viewed in perspective3D model of the Sauté Pan (5 Qt) viewed in perspective
3.3” | 8.4 cm
17.5” | 44.5 cm
10.1” | 25.65 cm (Diameter)
27.4 in2 | 176.7 cm2
2.2 lb | 1 kg
Wok - 10”
8.400
44.500
25.650
176.70
1.000
70000
https://p3d.in/e/jL0ZH
GUIDE
3D
Wok - 10”View of the Wok (10”) in 3D available for downloadView of the Wok (10”) in 3D available for download
3.75” | 9.5 cm
21.85” | 55.5 cm
12.5” | 31.75 cm (Diameter)
23.76 in2 | 153.3 cm2
4.38 lb | 2 kg
Wok - 12”
9.500
55.500
31.750
153.30
2.000
70000
https://p3d.in/e/iPwGW
GUIDE
3D
Wok - 12”Perspective view of a 3D model of the Wok (12”)Perspective view of a 3D model of the Wok (12”)
4.5” | 11.4 cm
24.65” | 62.6 cm
14” | 35.6 cm (Diameter)
41.66 in2 | 268.8 cm2
3.75 lb | 1.7 kg
Wok - 14”
11.400
62.600
35.600
268.80
1.700
70000
https://p3d.in/e/GYMvP
GUIDE
3D
Wok - 14”3D model of the Wok (14”) viewed in perspective3D model of the Wok (14”) viewed in perspective
2.52” | 6.4 cm
15.35” | 39 cm
8” | 20.3 cm (Diameter)
12.17 in2 | 78.5 cm2
1.43 lb | .65 kg
Wok - 8”
6.400
39.000
20.300
78.50
0.650
70000
https://p3d.in/e/7NnA0
GUIDE
3D
Wok - 8”3D model of the Wok (8”) viewed in perspective3D model of the Wok (8”) viewed in perspective
Cast Iron Skillet - 12”
Set of drawings comparing the size of the Cast Iron Skillet (12”) and other similar cooking pans

The 12" Cast Iron Skillet possesses several features that make it a number one cookware. First, it is versatile and has an ergonomic design for convenient cooking over a campfire, oven, or stove. It is large for cooking family dinners or just single-person dinner. It has two handles for convenient handling and easier hanging.

The Cast Iron Skillet (12”) has a height of 2.25” (5.7 cm), total length of 18” (45.7 cm), and width of 12.56” (31.9 cm). The skillet diameter is 12.2” (31 cm
) with a cooking surface diameter of 9.125” (23.2 cm) sized for cooking 6 eggs.

Series of measured drawings of the Cast Iron Skillet (12”) labeled with height and diameter in plan and elevation
The 12" Cast Iron Skillet possesses several features that make it a number one cookware. First, it is versatile and has an ergonomic design for convenient cooking over a campfire, oven, or stove. It is large for cooking family dinners or just single-person dinner. It has two handles for handling.

The Cast Iron Skillet (12”) has a height of 2.25” (5.7 cm), total length of 18” (45.7 cm), and width of 12.56” (31.9 cm). The skillet diameter is 12.2” (31 cm
) with a cooking surface diameter of 9.125” (23.2 cm) sized for cooking 6 eggs.

Series of measured drawings of the Cast Iron Skillet (12”) labeled with height and diameter in plan and elevation
Cast Iron Skillet - 12”
Height:
2.25” | 5.7 cm
Width:
18” | 45.7 cm
Length:
Depth:
12.56” | 31.9 cm
Handle Height
Weight:
7.89 lb | 3.58 kg
Area:
74.62 in2 | 481.4 cm2

Skillet Diameter: 12.2” | 31 cm

Cooking Surface Diameter: 9.125” | 23.2 cm

Fits: 6 Eggs

Materials
Cast iron
Designer
Lodge

Drawings include:
Cast Iron Skillet (12”) front elevation, side, plan

Downloads

2D Downloads

3D Downloads

Sauté Pan - 5 Qt
Scale illustrations of the Sauté Pan (5 Qt) compared to other cooking pans

The key features you will easily notice in the 5 Qt Sauté Pan is its high quality, heavy bottom, and great size, making it versatile for various cooking needs. Besides, it shows superior cooking performance on different cooking equipment and can be used to sear chicken, stir-fry, or sauté onions and potatoes. It features a raised handle and assisted handle for convenient handling in the kitchen.

The Sauté Pan (5 Qt) has a pan height of 2.72” (6.9 cm), handle height of 3.5” (8.9 cm
), total length of 22.5” (57.2 cm), and diameter of 12.25” (31.1 cm). The pan has a cooking surface diameter of 10.63” (27 cm).

Series of measured drawings of the Sauté Pan (5 Qt) labeled with height, width, and depth in plan and elevation
The key features you will easily notice in the 5 Qt Sauté Pan is its high quality, heavy bottom, and great size, making it versatile for various cooking needs. Besides, it shows superior cooking performance on different cooking equipment and can be used to sear chicken, stir-fry, or sauté onions.

The Sauté Pan (5 Qt) has a pan height of 2.72” (6.9 cm), handle height of 3.5” (8.9 cm
), total length of 22.5” (57.2 cm), and diameter of 12.25” (31.1 cm). The pan has a cooking surface diameter of 10.63” (27 cm).

Series of measured drawings of the Sauté Pan (5 Qt) labeled with height, width, and depth in plan and elevation
Sauté Pan - 5 Qt
Height:
2.72” | 6.9 cm
Width:
22.5” | 57.2 cm
Length:
Depth:
12.25” | 31.1 cm (Diameter)
Handle Height
Weight:
5.88 lb | 2.67 kg
Area:
88.8 in2 | 572.7 cm2

Height (Handle): 3.5” | 8.9 cm

Cooking Surface Diameter: 10.63” | 27 cm

Materials
Anodized aluminum
Designer
Calphalon

Drawings include:
Sauté Pan (5 Qt) front elevation, side, plan

Downloads

2D Downloads

3D Downloads

Frying Pan - 8”
Set of drawings comparing the size of the Frying Pan (8”) and other similar cooking pans

Choosing cookware will always be based on the food you cook, and the 8" Frying Pan is ideal for cooking small-sized salmon, veggies, an egg, or a one-person meal. That means it is small. However, they still deserve a place in the kitchen because they are easy to use and heat quickly. They are available in different colors, handles, materials, and make, such as non-stick frying pans.

The Frying Pan (8”) has a pan height of 1.75” (4.45 cm), handle height of 2.75” (7 cm), total width of 15.35” (39 cm), and diameter of 8.5” (21.6 cm). The pan has a cooking surface diameter of 5.5” (14 cm) sized for cooking roughly 1 chicken breast.

Set of dimensioned drawings of the Frying Pan (8”) labeled with height, width, and depth in plan and elevation
Choosing cookware will always be based on the food you cook, and the 8" Frying Pan is ideal for cooking small-sized salmon, veggies, an egg, or a one-person meal. That means it is small. However, they still deserve a place in the kitchen because they are easy to use and heat quickly.

The Frying Pan (8”) has a pan height of 1.75” (4.45 cm), handle height of 2.75” (7 cm), total width of 15.35” (39 cm), and diameter of 8.5” (21.6 cm). The pan has a cooking surface diameter of 5.5” (14 cm) sized for cooking roughly 1 chicken breast.

Set of dimensioned drawings of the Frying Pan (8”) labeled with height, width, and depth in plan and elevation
Frying Pan - 8”
Height:
1.75” | 4.45 cm
Width:
15.35” | 39 cm
Length:
Depth:
8.5” | 21.6 cm (Diameter)
Handle Height
Weight:
1.75 lb | .8 kg
Area:
23.76 in2 | 153.3 cm2

Height (Handle): 2.75” | 7 cm

Cooking Surface Diameter: 5.5” | 14 cm

Fits: 1 chicken breast

Materials
Stainless steel
Designer
Made In Cookware

Drawings include:
Frying Pan (8”) front elevation, side, plan

Downloads

2D Downloads

3D Downloads

Wok - 12”
Set of drawings comparing the size of the Wok (12”) and other similar cooking pans

One advantage of the 12" Wok is it can be used for cooking large volumes of soup, pasta, or stir-frying because it is extremely deep and big. Besides, it is durable, versatile, and either has a round or flat bottom. They may have an assisted handle for easy handling in the kitchen.

The Wok (12”) has a pan height of 3.75” (9.5 cm), handle height of 5.25” (13.3 cm), total length of 21.85” (55.5 cm), and diameter of 12.5” (31.75 cm). The pan has a cooking surface diameter of 5.5” (14 cm).

Set of dimensioned drawings of the Wok (12”) labeled with height, width, and depth in plan and elevation
One advantage of the 12" Wok is it can be used for cooking large volumes of soup, pasta, or stir-frying because it is extremely deep and big. Besides, it is durable, versatile, and either has a round or flat bottom. They may have an assisted handle for easy handling in the kitchen.

The Wok (12”) has a pan height of 3.75” (9.5 cm), handle height of 5.25” (13.3 cm), total length of 21.85” (55.5 cm), and diameter of 12.5” (31.75 cm). The pan has a cooking surface diameter of 5.5” (14 cm).

Set of dimensioned drawings of the Wok (12”) labeled with height, width, and depth in plan and elevation
Wok - 12”
Height:
3.75” | 9.5 cm
Width:
21.85” | 55.5 cm
Length:
Depth:
12.5” | 31.75 cm (Diameter)
Handle Height
Weight:
4.38 lb | 2 kg
Area:
23.76 in2 | 153.3 cm2

Height (Handle): 5.25” | 13.3 cm

Cooking Surface Diameter: 5.5” | 14 cm

Materials
Carbon steel
Designer
Made-in Cookware

Drawings include:
Wok (12”) front elevation, side, plan

Downloads

2D Downloads

3D Downloads

Frying Pan - 10”
Scale illustrations of the Frying Pan (10”) compared to other cooking pans

The 10" Frying Pan varies with the manufacturer, model, and material. It is ideal for searing, sauteing, and frying 2-3 eggs. It has just enough space to accommodate most of your cooking needs. And can be available as a non-stick frying pan or with a lid. The raised handle promotes easy handling while the thick induction base disperses heat evenly on the pan.

The Frying Pan (10”) has a pan height of 1.75” (4.45 cm), handle height of 3.5” (8.9 cm
), total width of 18.9” (48 cm), and diameter of 10.5” (26.7 cm). The pan has a cooking surface diameter of 7.5” (19.05 cm) sized for cooking roughly 2 chicken breasts.

Series of measured drawings of the Frying Pan (10”) labeled with height, width, and depth in plan and elevation
The 10" Frying Pan varies with the manufacturer, model, and material. It is ideal for searing, sauteing, and frying 2-3 eggs. It has just enough space to accommodate most of your cooking needs. And can be available as a non-stick frying pan or with a lid. The raised handle promotes easy handling.

The Frying Pan (10”) has a pan height of 1.75” (4.45 cm), handle height of 3.5” (8.9 cm
), total width of 18.9” (48 cm), and diameter of 10.5” (26.7 cm). The pan has a cooking surface diameter of 7.5” (19.05 cm) sized for cooking roughly 2 chicken breasts.

Series of measured drawings of the Frying Pan (10”) labeled with height, width, and depth in plan and elevation
Frying Pan - 10”
Height:
1.75” | 4.45 cm
Width:
18.9” | 48 cm
Length:
Depth:
10.5” | 26.7 cm (Diameter)
Handle Height
Weight:
2.25 lb | 1.02 kg
Area:
44.2 in2 | 285 cm2

Height (Handle): 3.5” | 8.9 cm

Cooking Surface Diameter: 7.5” | 19.05 cm
Fits: 2 chicken breasts

Materials
Stainless steel
Designer
Made In Cookware

Drawings include:
Frying Pan (10”) front elevation, side, plan

Downloads

2D Downloads

3D Downloads