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  • Durable cast aluminum construction
  • Enamel coating resists staining, chipping, and burning
  • Lightweight, cost-efficient alternative to cast iron; resists rust and sticking
  • Features a bold red color with a black inside
  • Oven safe up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Safe for use with gas, electric, open-flame, and induction surfaces
  • Ceramic enamel coating evenly distributes heat throughout dish
  • Great for catering, banquets, and buffets
UPC Code: 015845756302
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Enamel Cast Iron vs. Cast Aluminum Cookware

Enamel Cast Iron vs. Cast Aluminum Cookware

Hi, I'm Lisa Tyler, and we're here today from the National Restaurant Show in Chicago 2017, and we're going to be talking today with Mike Kellaz. Mike has been in this industry for 27 years. He is absolutely an expert when it comes to the differences between enamel coated cookware and induction aluminum cookware. Mike? Hi Lisa, thanks for having me. Tell me why am I seeing such a trend now in this cast aluminum cookware everywhere? Yeah, you're right, Lisa. The colorful cookware being used today, whether it be cast iron or cast aluminum is becoming very popular, whether it's for open kitchens or display cooking. It is a trend that is going to be hot for a long, long time. So tell me Mike, why do I want to use a cast induction versus a cast iron? What are my benefits? Okay, there's a lot, and there's some similarities. And it's a great question. So, cast iron - I could never pick up the pan with one hand. It's lightweight. This is our cast aluminum, making it must lighter than cast iron. What we've done, Lisa, is we have applied an induction bottom to the bottom the pan, making this pan induction ready. The beauty of our induction pan is that with the induction bottom, the sides heat up evenly, as well, just like on cast iron. So with this being induction, can I also use this on an open flame? Can I use this in a combi oven? Am I limited in my heating services? Okay, no you're not. In fact, you can use this in an oven. So, open flame, electric, induction - it's all very well suited for our cast aluminum pan. Some other differences between the cast aluminum versus the cast iron pans... yes, the cast iron pans are much heavier. There are differences in terms of how you use our pan versus a cast iron pan from some of our competitors that are out there. The cast aluminum pan is best suited for where you're heating up food and bringing it to the front of the house quickly. If you want to have food presented and staying at the display table permanently, use a cast iron pan, because you're not heating up and cooling down, heating up and cooling down. You're keeping the pan at a constant temperature, and once cast iron is heated up, it will stay hot longer. Do I have the ability to stack these, Mike? That's a great question too, and on cast iron pans - what we've learned during our testing is that often, the cast iron pans will chip around the edges. And that's not because of the use of utensils on the pan; it's because the weight of cast iron pans are so heavy, that once one is stacked on top of the other, they tend to chip around the edges. While our lighter-weight, cast aluminum pans just don't do that. Mike, am I allowed to use these in a commercial dishwasher? Yes. You can use these pans in either a high temp or a low temp environment. And what about a soaking sink? Am I able to do that? Absolutely. When we talk about cast aluminum versus a cast iron pan, and we're looking at our new Heiss line, tell me - what kind of a cost difference am I looking at here? Okay, there's a significant savings. There's a savings in 2 ways. A) Your upfront cost will be less - significantly less. And contact your dealer for your best pricing. Thanks for being with us today. I really appreciate the information - very educational. Thank you. It's been a pleasure. And please, check out your GET blog for more information about cast aluminum cookware, as well as many other GET products.

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From cost to durability to application, there are several important things to consider when choosing between enamel cast iron and cast aluminum cookware. Learn about these differences with GET Enterprises.

GET Heiss Cast Aluminum Induction Ready Cookware

GET Heiss Cast Aluminum Induction Ready Cookware

So, are you tired of lifting the heavy cast iron cookware? Well if so, this is the video for you. What I'd like to do in this video is explain the video between a cast iron, the heavy cast iron, versus our new Heiss cast aluminum. The popularity of cast iron cookware in the food service industry is high. Well our new Heiss cast aluminum cookware mimics the look of the cast iron cookware but it is lighter weight and less expensive. The other advantage of the Heiss cast aluminum cookware is you can use it in your oven up to 500 degrees. You can also use it on open flame and yes, we've designed this cookware with an induction pad on the bottom so it is also induction ready. The Heiss cookware comes in 3 colors: blue, red, and gray, all with that gradient color so the bottom of the pan is darker and as you graduate up the pan the beautiful colors will pop for your presentation. Okay so imagine the back of the house where you are using and cleaning the heavy cast iron cookware. Well your staff will take the cookware out of the dish machine and they may stack one pan on top of the other, right? Well if they do that you can get chipping along the top edge of your heavy cast iron pans. And it's cast iron meaning there is iron in the pan and when exposed to iron and air it can rust, right? Well the beauty of our pan is it is made of cast aluminum. The whole body and lid is made of aluminum so it cannot rust. The only iron on our pan is on the very bottom. We have an iron padding so it will work with induction ranges. So caterers love our Heiss cookware and the reason for that is it is lighter weight than cast iron and much easier to transport. So whether it is from one event to the next or kitchen to the front of the house the lighter weight will make it much, much easier on your staff. The Heiss cookware heats up quickly but also cools down quicker than the cast iron. So for catered events and for quick setup and for quick tear down this is ideal for your application. Specific to the care and maintenance for your lid, we recommend that you do dish wash the lid. However, when the lid comes out of the machine we recommend that you rise it with clean water and tip it upside down. That way if there is any residue from the detergents in the machine they do not pool up and make marks on your lid. Secondly, you'll see these little dimple on the bottom of the lid. Those have been designed in to allow for the steam coming off your food to evenly drip back into your food. Okay, so I've included links below for you to get more information and to request your sample. Thanks for watching today.

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The GET Heiss cast aluminum cookware line is a great alternative to cast iron cookware! Lighter weight with all the typical benefits of cast iron, these Heiss pots are perfect for both commercial kitchens and catering companies. Check out the benefits of the cast aluminum cookware!

GET Enterprises CA-012-R/BK Specs
Height 4 1/4 Inches
Top Diameter 9 1/2 Inches
Capacity 4.5 qt.
Coated Handle Yes
Color Red
Cover Type Flat
Dishwasher Safe Yes
Handle Yes
Induction Ready Yes
Material Cast Aluminum
Non-Stick Yes
Oven Safe Yes
Shape Round
Type Dutch Ovens
Weight 2.97 Pounds

GET Enterprises CA-012-R/BK Details

Upgrade oven-to-table service with this GET CA-012-R/BK Heiss 4.5 qt. red round dutch oven. As versatile as the menus you create, this piece is the perfect addition to any commercial kitchen. Featuring a cast aluminum construction, this dutch oven is a lightweight, cost-effective alternative to cast iron. Thanks to its ceramic enamel coating, this dutch oven resists staining, chipping, and burning, ensuring it can withstand frequent use in your establishment. And, unlike cast iron, this durable coating resists sticking and rust, making it a long-lasting, reliable choice for your facility.

Perfect for catered events, banquet halls, and buffets, this piece ensures a flawless food presentation time and time again. Its enamel finish quickly and evenly distributes heat throughout the pan, allowing you to produce consistent results with maximum flavor. Additionally, it's oven safe up to 500 degrees and can work on any heating surface including gas, electric, open-flame, and induction. Plus, its red color brings a pop of boldness to your table or buffet line that's sure to impress and entice guests. For added convenience, this piece includes a lid to keep contaminants out while trapping heat in. The lid is specially designed to spread condensation evenly throughout the dish keeping food moist and consistent throughout. From macaroni and cheese to peach cobbler, this dutch oven is the perfect choice for all of your culinary creations!

Overall Dimensions:
Top Diameter: 9 1/2"
Height: 4 1/4"
Capacity: 4.5 qt.

Because this item is not stocked in our warehouse, processing, transit times and stock availability will vary. If you need your items by a certain date, please contact us prior to placing your order. Expedited shipping availability may vary. We cannot guarantee that this item can be cancelled off of the order or returned once it is placed.

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  • Induction Ready

    Induction Ready

    This item is compatible for use in induction cooking.

  • Dishwasher Safe

    Dishwasher Safe

    This item can safely be cleaned in a commercial dishwasher.

  • Oven Safe

    Oven Safe

    This item can withstand high heat applications and is safe for oven use in food service.

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