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As the biggest seller of Scanpan in the U.S., we’re proud to offer the best selection of this exceptional nonstick cookware made in Denmark.
Advanced SCANPAN Cookware Made in Denmark

Founded in Denmark in 1956, SCANPAN is well-known throughout the world for producing premium-quality hand-cast aluminum cookware featuring a patented ceramic titanium coating. Even today, all SCANPAN pots and pans are made by hand in Denmark using environmentally friendly aluminum and a safe casting process that’s 100 percent free of potentially harmful chemicals, such as PFOA and PFOS. Sur La Table is proud to offer a wide range of investment-grade SCANPAN products that you can add to your culinary toolkit.




Finding the Right SCANPAN Set for You

SCANPAN offers a variety of collections for your consideration, including SCANPAN Classic. Ideal for the budding home chef, this line features cookware made of pressure-cast ceramic titanium that’s oven safe to 500 degrees Fahrenheit. Plus, it’s dishwasher safe and compatible with your favorite metal utensils. The company also makes a similar line featuring a built-in induction plate that’s safe for use on your induction cooktop. The SCANPAN Professional series is a popular choice for those who prefer a little extra durability thanks to the riveted stainless steel handles and lids.

In addition to pressure-cast ceramic titanium cookware, SCANPAN also makes stainless steel cookware (not nonstick) for those who like the sleek, professional look and durability of stainless steel. No matter which SCANPAN collection you choose, you’ll appreciate the revolutionary, toxin-free construction that keeps you and your family safe and healthy as you whip up home-cooked meals. Plus, you can count on a lifetime warranty to protect your purchase and keep your cookware in use for generations.

The team here at Sur La Table is extremely knowledgeable on SCANPAN products, and we’d be happy to help you determine which collection best suits your needs.

Where is Scanpan Made?

Scanpan cookware is artisan made in Denmark. The brand name actually stems from the Danish company's location: Scanpan is short for "Scandinavian pan."

How Long Does a Scanpan Last?

Scanpan products are designed to last a lifetime. With proper care, they should require replacement. Furthermore, all Scanpan products are backed by a limited lifetime warranty.

Can I Use Scanpan on Induction Cooktops?

The following product lines from Scanpan are safe for use on induction cooktops: Pro IQ, CTX, HaptIQ, CS+, and Classic Induction. All Scanpan cookware, including the product collections that are safe to use on induction cooktops, can be used with gas and electric stovetops.

How Do You Clean a Burnt Scanpan?

A stainless steel cleaner can be used to remove discoloration and stains from a burnt Scanpan. Recommended products include Bon Ami, Barkeeper's Friend and other baking-soda based products. Follow product instructions to restore the outside of the pan. If necessary, a natural bristle or nylon brush can be used to remove any sticky residue or food particles. Wash with warm, soapy water afterward and dry completely.

Does Scanpan Have a Lifetime Warranty?

All Scanpan products are backed by a limited lifetime warranty. The company is committed to the quality of their products as well as sustainability. With proper care, Scanpan pans should last a lifetime, which creates less waste and a smaller carbon footprint.

How Do You Clean the Outside of a Scanpan?

The inside and outside of Scanpan cookware should be cleaned with warm to hot soapy water and a sponge after every use. Be sure to rinse and dry thoroughly after washing. For tougher messes, apply a stainless steel cleaner or another scouring cleanser and scrub with a natural bristle or nylon brush.

Can You Put Scanpan Stainless Steel in The Oven?

All Scanpan cookware, including lids and handles, can be placed in an oven up to 500 degrees.

Is Scanpan Teflon Free?

Scanpan cookware is PFOA and PFOS free. The company's pans are made using a proprietary product called Stratanium. They do contain some PTFE, which is sometimes referred to as Teflon. PTFE provides the true nonstick coating and is environmentally inert, harmless to ingest, and does not chemically react with food, water or cleaning products.