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Pampered Chef: I believe I heard it once and I can't remember, does anyone know what

  1. I believe I heard it once and I can't remember, does anyone know what gauge our cookware is? I was asked once and had the number but I can't remeber know. I think it's in the 20's and the lower the better?

    Any clarification would be nice...
    Aug 2, 2005
  2. gmosullivan

    gmosullivan Member

    I checked on the Product information pages and the use and care instructions and it didn't list anything. If some one doesn't get back to us with it, I'd say contact Home Office. :rolleyes:
    Aug 2, 2005
  3. mypamperedmoocow

    mypamperedmoocow Member

    Found it!

    I know I had seen the information about the different gauges of cookware, too, and so I went looking for it. After what seemed like forever, I finally found it! In Consultants Corner go to Product Information and choose FAQ. Choose Consumer Applications and type in Keyword "cookware". It will give all the information you need about the Generation II cookware, but I assume it is the same for the Professional line, too.

    BTW, here is the information on the cookware you were looking for:

    --QuestionWhat are the gauges of aluminum for the different pieces of Generation II Cookware? --Answer6 gauge - 11” Square Griddle and Stir-Fry Skillet. 8 gauge - 8 ” OPEN Saute Pan 12 ” Family Skillet, 10 ” Frying Pan. 10 gauge - 1 1/2-Qt. Saucepan, 2-Qt. Saucepan, 3-Qt. Saucepan. The LOWER the gauge NUMBER, the thicker the aluminum is.

    I'm so glad we have this forum to come to for help, advice, support, etc. I think it's wonderful that we can always find someone to "talk" to no matter what.
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