Bakeware Made in the USA

When you unpack your first Lloyd Pans pizza tool, bakeware, cookware or custom pan product, you will be holding an American made product.

Every part of our pans are made in our Spokane, Washington manufacturing center. The unique, leading edge design, finish and durability were created by our in-house engineers and built by a trained team of American workers. We are proud to be in your bakery, food manufacturing facility or kitchen.

Our manufacturing process

Our process begins with understanding the science of baking and the attributes baking pans and tools needs to be successful with various types of formulas. Products are designed as solutions by our engineers to be highly functional in your bakery or pizza manufacturing facility.

Lightweight and rugged

Formed on a computer controlled spinning lathe, Lloyd Pans' pans, tools and cookware start with hard metal and are further work hardened in the forming process. Our pans are naturally light and lean, but they'll stand up to a lifetime of hard use.

Type III Anodizing

This in-house process fuses a ceramic-like hard shell directly into our bakeware.

Strong and durable

No need to baby these pans; anodizing creates an extremely hard surface that is totally inert. Lloyd Pans' products are so tough you can use metal utensils without leaving a scratch.

Tough as nails finish

Our coating is our proprietary formula that has been developed over the past 7-8 years by our engineers. Gem-X2 is a water-based, double-layer, quartz-like finish that is permanently bonded to our anodized pans. It also is PTFE free, PFOA free and toxin free.

Eco-Friendly Release Coating

Years in development, our proprietary water based, release coating outperforms and outlasts any other bakeware or cookware finish with little or no special seasoning or handling, at temperatures up to 700 degrees Fahrenheit.

Lloyd Pans Craftsmanship

We are proud to craft such great products and sell them as made in the USA. Every pan is inspected with pride before being added to the shipping inventory. Support American manufacturers by buying their quality products.