Cambro Products

Elevating Temperatures with New High Heat X-Pans

xpansinuseWe are excited to announce the introduction of our new X-Pan™ Series, the second generation of High Heat Food Pan technology.

While the overall application remains the same as the previous H-Pan™ Series, new material improvement, aesthetics and functionality will further facilitate ease of use for foodservice operators looking to safely and effectively, cook, hot/hold, steam and bake food products using one single food pan throughout various applications. The new and improved material will perform exceptionally well in various heated applications up to 375°F and is safe for use in microwave ovens. Using the new High Heat X-Pans can offer a great solution to maintaining food items warm and fresh until they are served without scorching or drying them out.

“We are constantly listening to our end-users worldwide and utilizing that feedback to make progressive improvements to our products and systems,” said Stuart Sharp, Vice President of Strategic Sales. “The second generation of high heat technology offers improved performance and a more appealing design by way of new colors (Black Onyx and Sandstone) for those customers looking to merchandise and display their hot food products making them more enticing to consumers.

The new X-Pans will be showcased at the upcoming NAFEM Show, February 9-11, 2017 (Booth #1012) in Orlando, FL and will be on display highlighting the various applications in which it performs.

Check out our video below to see the new High Heat X-Pan™ in action:

Contact your local sales representative for a demo and sample of this new addition to our line of food storage products.


About the Author: Patricia Guerrero is the Senior Marketing Communications Manager for the Food Pans category.

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