Each Extraordinary MultiClad Heritage Steel Pan is made by craftsmen in Clarksville, TN.

Every Heritage Steel Pan is engineered from the Steel Up, in Tennessee.

Heritage Steel Pans' beautiful, 7-ply construction and their brilliant tiny-spiraling gives you: 

  • Beautiful, Super-Responsive Pans with
  • Super even cooking
  • An Interior (tiny) Spiral That Releases Food Release While You're Cooking or Cleaning,
  • An Exterior (tiny) Spiral Finish That Gives You Traction for Smooth Cooktops.
  • Every Heritage Steel Pan Starts With 316Ti interior steel, for the most durable and non-reactive Surface on the market.

Each Heritage Steel Pan shows the experience, dedication + skill of their craftsmen. Most of their fine craftsmen have over 20 years making their remarkable pans. Experience and care show in every Heritage Steel pan. 

Join Heritage Steel craftsmen at their work:

Each Heritage Steel Pan Begins at their Tennessee Presses:

We start the process with the highest quality 7-ply stainless steel. These blanks are aligned and pressed into their initial form by machinery exerting up to 300 tons of pressure.

Shape Heritage Steel's Easy-Pour No-Drip Rim

After its initial press, the pan undergoes two additional draws, forming the easy-pour lip of the pan and dispensing with excess metal around the edge.

Each Heritage Steel Pan Gets a Bath In Their water-saving and eco-friendly state-of-the-art 40-foot washer:

Each Heritage Steel Pan is meticulously Smoothed, as Craftsmen Grind out any burrs or rough edges.

Each Heritage Steel Pan gets an incredible lustre as it's polished by their HAU polishing machine and their extraordinary Tennessee craftsmen:

Their Legendary Spiral Finish

The bottom of the pan is hand-finished with a spiral pattern both on the interior and exterior. Internally, this allows for easy release of food while cooking and cleaning, and externally provides traction for smooth cooktops.

And Now, Their Super-Comfy Stainless Handles

Each handle is aligned and riveted by hand, using a press that exerts up to a ton of pressure.


A Bit About Their History.

  • 1874 Vollrath is founded in Sheboygan, Wisconsin.

  • 1892 Vollrath adds sheet steel stamped ware to their line.

  • 1945 Vollrath wins the Army-Navy “E” Award for excellence in equipment production.

  • 1965  Donald Henn starts selling Vollrath cookware directly to consumers.

  • 1974 Vollrath adds a cookware facility in Clarksville, Tennessee.

  • 1982 Donald Henn purchases Vollrath's consumer division and its Tennessee production to bring superior products to home kitchens.

  • 1985 Ta-Dah: Induction-ready cookware.

  • 1987 The very first 7-ply surgical stainless steel cookware.

  • 2007 A New 63,000 ft2 efficient, environmentally-friendly factory and state-of-the-art chemical-free washing system.

  • 2008 Hammer Stahl Cutlery - high quality German steel and an affordable manufacturing process.

  • 2013 The most advanced version of its 7-ply stainless steel cookware has their innovative handle design and state-of-the-art stainless steel.

  • 2015 Cookware Goes to local independent retailers.

  • 2017 Cookware production Converts to 316Ti interior steel, making its cooking surface the most durable and non-reactive on the market.

  • 2019 The Heritage Steel Name celebrates the company's heritage of quality goods manufactured in the USA.