In response to the ever-growing need to minimize food risks, Chicago Metallic offers color-coded DuraShield® 265U purple fluoropolymer coating. The coating performs the same as standard DuraShield, but also provides easy identification of bakeware used for allergen-free baking.
The Value of DuraShield® 265U
Achieve at least 3500 releases guaranteed on most products. Some of the world’s leading bun bakeries have documented more than 5000 releases. Certified PFOA-free.
Use bakeware and equipment longer and reduce or eliminate secondary release agents such as oil, silicone mats, and paper.
Decrease Cleaning Time
Enjoy minimal maintenance and cleaning.
Experience fewer work stoppages and handling errors with straightened pans.
Increase yield and reduce waste from depanning issues.
Improve Product Quality
Ensure product consistency through improved dough flow and release.
Increase Safety & Cleanliness
Create a safer environment with reduced fire hazards due to elimination of oils and grease.
Limit environmental impact by reducing scrap levels, reducing consumption of oils and prolonging the life of your pans.
We’ve perfected the process for cleaning and recoating baking pans through 25 years serving some of the world’s largest and most demanding bakeries. Our exclusive methodology and coatings prolong pan life and restore optimal performance.
1. Straightening (Optional)
Hydraulic presses and custom-made dies remove dents and warping, restoring pans to their original shape.
A proprietary cleaning solution removes the existing coating as well as heavy greases and carbon from pans.
Pans are restored to pristine cleanliness.
Pans are dried in industrial ovens.
Pans are coated with our DuraShield 265U coating and cured in high-temperature batch ovens.
In most cases, pans will be back in your bakery and good as new within 48 hours.
DuraShield® 265U Use & Care
De-pan products quickly.
Baked products should be depanned while the pan is still hot or warm. If baked products are allowed to cool in the pan, steam from the product will penetrate the glaze and may cause coating lifting, premature coating failure, and damage to the pan’s surface.
Do not scratch or scrape pans.
Do not use metal utensils or other objects that could scratch the coating. Deep scratches may cause surface corrosion on the pan.
Clean as you go.
Simply wipe still-warm pans with a clean towel or a towel that has lubricant on it. Avoid pan washing whenever possible.
Wash with mild soap and water.
Commercial baking pans can be washed with pH-neutral products, but only when absolutely necessary. Do not use acidic cleaners, alkaline detergents or abrasive scrubbing pads. Use of these materials will cause the coating to fail prematurely and may cause corrosion. Do not pre-soak or wash in automatic dishwashers.
Thoroughly dry pans immediately after washing.
Warm (not hot) ovens work best.
Once dry, store pans upside down.
Do not nest pans immediately after towel drying. Keep pans away from moist and humid storage environments. The best storage areas are dry, warm storage areas or still-warm ovens.
Pan oils and sprays should not be used with non-stick coatings as they can cause baked products to stick to the non-stick surface. The non-stick surface should be completely dry before placing product onto the pan.
Equipment & Services
Besides our best-in-class release coatings, Bundy Baking Solutions offers innovative horizontal mixers and dough processing equipment. In addition, whether you need start-up assistance, employee training, or want to develop a preventative maintenance program, we have you covered.