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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?
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what is a satin finish and why is it on the pan?
Go Green 12” Ceramic Coated Fry Pan

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Go Green 12” Ceramic Coated Fry Pan

Healthy, environmentally friendly and non-toxic; Non-reactive: eliminating chemicals, toxins and gases; Energy-saving as ceramic retains heat extremely well; Economical since the ceramic coating ensures the pan’s longevity; Less fat required to create crispy foods due to heat retention and non-stick surface; Non-stick ceramic coating ensures easy removal of the food and quick clean-up; Stay-cool, riveted, waterproof handle; Heavy-duty cast aluminum frame; Reaches 800° F compared to non-stick pans that can only reach 500° F; Compatible with all heat sources including induction; Scratch-resistant with ceramic interior coating that will never “wear off” – will chip with aggressive tools or force; Encapsulated, thermo-radiant stainless-steel bottom; 12" diam.
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Can you provide me any technical data proving that no lead or any metal will leak out while high heat cooking?

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I was able to get some documentation from World Cuisine regarding the pan above. I hope this is helpful to you! http://www.etundra.com/ShowDocument...
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I am sorry, the manufacturer does not have that information available to us. However, woks are generally used for cook at high temperatures and because this is commercial grade from a higher end manufacturer I assume there will not be leaking of any kind.
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