In 1907, Polar Ware began creating “Polar White” colored enamel cookware, which is still historically recognized. Eventually, they began making deep-drawn stainless steel products. Today, Polar Ware makes all types of commercial grade stainless steel items, from hotel steam pans to kitchen utensils to cookware. Their products can be found in a variety of professional organizations because of the high quality of their range of products. They are based in Wisconsin and are proud that they can offer a great variety of products made in the USA.
I purchased this pot last year and have been extremely happy with the quality. I have already recommended it to friends.
just what i needed, great product and great service
The funnels we purchased were exactly what we needed for our process. FoodService Warehouse provided the product, at the price and the service that all internet businesses should strive to make available to their customers. I would give FoodService Warehouse a five star rating.
I use this pan to boil maple sap into syrup. I purchased the 18-gauge stainless steel pan to stand up to hours on the wood stove. It's my best pan yet for small-scale syrup production. I love the depth, the smooth corners and the quality. It's also much cheaper than a regular syrup pan, which is often made with thinner stainless steel.
Absolutely love this pitcher! The stainless shines beautifully, the double-wall feature does eliminate condensation. Stunning!
Polar Ware offers The Edge® steam table pans, which will help you save money and increase efficiency in the long run for your business. Double corner strength makes these pans twice as strong as an average pan. The patent-pending Grip-N-Lift design makes them easier to remove and their shape and design allows them to be stacked with like pans.
HT+ AdvantEdge® professional cookware is an excellent alternative to aluminum. These pieces of cookware are constructed from an exclusive alloy that is 30% harder than the industry standard in aluminum, alloy 3004. It is a combination of metals, including copper, titanium, magnesium and iron. They typically hold their shape, resist dents and are less likely to warp.