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How thick is this 10.5" Johnson-Rose Carbon steel pan? What is diameter of the bottom? How much does it weigh?
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How heavy/thick is the pan? Is it suitable for searing or better suited for things like stir fry ? Thanks.
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Do you have a high gauge (not too thick) 12" stainless steel frying pan with a helper handle?
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is the inside of the pan ceramic or teflon?
9 1/2" Catering Fry Pan

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9 1/2" Catering Fry Pan

Frying pan; Thick copper core is sandwiched between 18/10 stainless steel to guarantee even heat distribution; Stay-Cool stainless steel handles; Multiple spot welded handle for superior durability and easy cleaning; Withstands temperatures up to 1800°F; 9 1/2" diameter; Dishwasher safe; NSF certified; Limited lifetime warranty; Matching lids available separately
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How can I replace handle?

Sitram fry pan model @ A18321. How do I measure size? Outer rim or bottom rim? handle is missing. how can I replace it.?
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Thanks for bringing your question to Tundra Restaurant Supply.

Unfortunately, our technician says replacing this Sitram A18321 9 1/2" Catering Fry Pan is your only option.
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