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Old 09-13-2012, 10:22 PM   #11
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Half sheet pans are 13" x 18" with a 1" side. A full sheet pan is twice the size @ 18" x 26" - too big for most home ovens. a quarter sheet pan is 13" x9", a handy size to have around. They are plain aluminum and made by dozens of different companies. You can get wire racks to fit in them.

Restaurant supply is the way to go for this generic item.
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Old 09-16-2012, 01:33 PM   #13
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Half sheet pans are 13" x 18" with a 1" side. A full sheet pan is twice the size @ 18" x 26" - too big for most home ovens. a quarter sheet pan is 13" x9", a handy size to have around. They are plain aluminum and made by dozens of different companies. You can get wire racks to fit in them.

Restaurant supply is the way to go for this generic item.
Thanks Andy. Do you know of any good online restaurant supply stores?
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Old 09-16-2012, 01:45 PM   #14
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Thanks Andy. Do you know of any good online restaurant supply stores?
Not really. Stay away from the Webstaurantstore.com. I bought something from then that was defective and they haven't responded to my complaint.

You can easily get them through Amazon.com.
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Not really. Stay away from the Webstaurantstore.com. I bought something from then that was defective and they haven't responded to my complaint.

You can easily get them through Amazon.com.
Thanks so much, Andy!
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