Chicago Metallic 41002 4" Bun And Roll Pan

Item #: 117658
Model #: 41002
Manufacturer: Chicago Metallic Bakeware

Create perfectly consistent buns and rolls with this aluminized steel bun and roll pan.


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Create perfectly consistent buns and rolls with this aluminized steel bun and roll pan.
  • Model: 41002
  • Material: 22 Gauge aluminized steel
  • Color: Silver
  • AMERICOAT Plus® silicon glaze
  • Band in rim
  • 3 rows of 5 moulds
  • Top inside: 4-1/8"
  • Bottom inside: 3-3/4"
  • Indent depth: 1/2"
  • Overall width: 17-3/4"
  • Overall length: 25-3/4"
  • Overall height: 1"
  • Each weight: 8.3 lbs
  • Made in USA
  • Hazmat: No
  • Oversize: No
  • Country Of Origin: United States
  • Material: Aluminized Steel
  • Each Weight: 8.3
  • Each Length: 25.8

Since 1898, the Chicago Metallic name has been synonymous with innovative products, superior quality and exceptional service. Shop for a wide variety of durable pie pans, cake pans, muffin pans, bread pans, sheet pans, hamburger bun pans and more from Chicago Metallic!

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By: Sandy
From: Houston, TX
Aug 31, 2013

Chicago Metallic 41002 4" Bun And Roll Pan
The pan is beautiful, heavy and sturdy. I'm sure that it would make terrific hamburger buns but unfortunately it will not fit into a standard kitchen oven. I'm returning it. On the bright side, customer service was very helpful with my returns. If only they made a size smaller.

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From: Calgary AB

Feb 01, 2010
Can this pan be used in a residential ovan, or would it be to large?

The pan is 18" by 26". Since ovens differ in size I can't say that it will fit in a certain oven.
By: Ren the homebaker
From: TN

Feb 01, 2010
Does this aluminized steel have a nickel coating or contain nickel in any way? Thank you

The manufacturer has nothing stating that there is any nickel in this pan. It is just aluminized steel.
By: egghead
From: minnesota

Mar 08, 2010
How deep are the holes? I'm thinking off using them for eggs and 1/2 would be deep enough.

the indents are 1/2" deep
By: lp
From: st. louis

Dec 15, 2010
which pan are you selling here? the 24-bun or the 18?

This specific item is the 15 bun. It has 3 rows of 5 and is the pan that is the pan in front. Thank you.
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