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  • pc fryig pan????

    my wife just asked me a question and this one needs to go out to you guys
    she wants to know if you can pc her frying pans in high temp powder coat
    any input would be helpful

  • #2
    Re: pc fryig pan?

    i would say no on that one.
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    • #3
      Re: pc fryig pan?

      Jump'in on the bandwagon, no.

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      • #4
        Re: pc fryig pan?

        Gonna have to go with a big fat no.
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        • #5
          Re: pc fryig pan?

          Not disputing you guys, but why no

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          • #6
            Re: pc fryig pan?

            I believe it has something to do with the powder not being food grade, and it can go into your food..I could be wrong

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            • #7
              Re: pc fryig pan?

              Originally posted by bucky685 View Post
              I believe it has something to do with the powder not being food grade, and it can go into your food..I could be wrong
              That's it. Plus wouldn't a frying paying get hotter than 400? There are FDA approved powders...but I don't know if there is a powder that is FDA app. & take the heat.

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              • #8
                Re: pc fryig pan?

                There are food grade FDA approved powders. However, they are for kitchen surfaces and food storage containers, not cooking on.

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                • #9
                  Re: pc fryig pan?

                  before we get to if it should be done... can it be done? can hi-temp powders handle a direct flame or burner? if it can, i don't feel like it'd be dangerous to coat only the outside surface that the food doesn't touch. is cured - or uncured - powder even dangerous to eat? supposedly mcdonalds puts polymers in their milkshakes to thicken them up (which is apparently why they never really "melt").
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                  • #10
                    Re: pc fryig pan?

                    I wouldn't do the outside either. I had a guy come in the shop wanting to pc some decorative fire rings and grill grates. He was going to get them into the big outdoor stores. I talked with the powder rep and he said it would be o.k. to do the rings, but not the cooking surfaces. I turned the guy down and he went somewhere else. I talked to the other coater last week and asked about them. They went with a high temp coating, Stove Brite from Forrest, supposed good up to 1200 degrees. Guess what, it didn't hold up on either part.

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