USA flag. Handcrafted in USA
Grants Available for Non-Profit Organizations! Apply Today.

High Output Pan Sets

By maximizing surface area in the flues, these pan models guzzle sap faster than any other.

Available in Four Models

Methods of Reversing Flow
This procedure helps mitigate sugar sand build up on the floor of your pan.

Turn Front Pan 180°

Flip two handles

Turn Front Pan 180°

Flip two handles

Material
Competitors may offer thicker gauges which are easier to weld. However, our 22 gauge will offer superior heat transfer.

22 ga mirror finish stainless steel

22 ga mirror finish stainless steel

22 ga mirror finish stainless steel

22 ga mirror finish stainless steel

Float Box(es) w/Drain and Fittings
A Float Box auto-regulates sap depth in your pan(s).

Inlet Float Box controls the depth throughout the entire system

Inlet Float Box controls the depth throughout the entire system

Inlet Float Box for Flue Pan depth, Transfer Float Box for Syrup Pan depth

Inlet Float Box for Flue Pan depth, Transfer Float Box for Syrup Pan depth

Flue Size/Quantity
The more surface area coming in contact with the heat, the more aggressive your boil rate.

TEN 7" - Deep Flues

TEN 7" - Deep Flues

ELEVEN 7" - Tall Flues

ELEVEN 7" - Tall Flues

Drain Method
This is the way in which the remaining sap/syrup is removed from your pan at the end of the season.

Drain manifold drains the flues 100%

Drain manifold drains the flues 100%

Drain the pans using ports on the side of the pan

Drain the pans using ports on the side of the pan

Recovery After Draw Off
In a Raised Flue Pan Set, the sap depth of the flue pan is greater than the front pan. In a Drop Flue Pan Set, the depth is the same throughout the entire system.

Lower cost than Raised Flue. Only one Float Box for more straight forward operation

Lower cost than Raised Flue. Only one Float Box for more straight forward operation

Head pressure in a Raised Flue Pan helps a Syrup Pan recover faster after draw-off

Head pressure in a Raised Flue Pan helps a Syrup Pan recover faster after draw-off

Compatible Arches
Pairing this pan with an optimized Arch will maximize evaporation rate.
  • Corsair,
    2 x 4 or larger

  • Silverplate,
    2 x 6 or larger

  • Liberator,
    2 x 6 or larger
  • Corsair,
    2 x 4 or larger

  • Silverplate,
    2 x 6 or larger

  • Liberator,
    2 x 6 or larger
  • Corsair,
    2 x 4 or larger

  • Silverplate,
    2 x 6 or larger

  • Liberator,
    2 x 6 or larger
  • Corsair,
    2 x 4 or larger

  • Silverplate,
    2 x 6 or larger

  • Liberator,
    2 x 6 or larger

Looking For a Different Type of Pan?

Flat
STARTING AT $370.00

Premium evaporator pans for either batch boiling or continuous flow boiling.

Divided
STARTING AT $370.00

Premium evaporator pans for either batch boiling or continuous flow boiling.

Hybrid
STARTING AT $1,625.00

A built-in flue section gives this pan style a great efficiency boost compared to Flat or Divided P...