RETINNING COPPER PANS. UK TRADITIONAL HAND WIPED RETINNING
How we retin and transform your copper cookware.
Before the retinning of any copper pot or pan can commence there are several steps of preparation. Firstly, each and every pan is submerged and deep cleaned. This not only removes built up grease, but also hardened carbon deposits. Next on the list is reshaping the pan to remove any warps & dents along with tightening any rivets. This process however will not remove age related nicks nor detract from the overall appearance of a well used, well loved pan. At this point any rivets that are damaged can be replaced along with splits being repaired with high temperature, food grade, silver solder (additional fees will apply). Following this the stripping of all old lining including surface oxides will take place leaving a molecular sound surface that’s clean & bright. Finally, the pans will have a traditional whiting applied to provide protection to the exterior and a specially formulated flux by Newlyn Tinning will be applied to the cooking surface. After that the whole pan is heated to the correct temperature and retinned. Tinning the whole pan at once will give a superior lining compared to tinning in sections as many do.
As can be seen Newlyn Tinning offers a new lease of life to your copper cookware with a full retinning and reconditioning service. Hand Wiped Tinning. The Only Method for Quality Cookware.
Equally important is the fact that this is all done in small batches ensuring the best possible finish for your cookware using the age old method of hand wiped tinning. Another key point is that only the purest food grade tin will be used. In fact this is the only choice for quality copper cookware retinning!
• Re-tinning copper pans
• Deep cleaning to remove all carbon & grease
• Reshaping & dent removal
• Rivet tightening
• Mechanical stripping of old lining back to bare copper
• Pure tin re-tinning
• Exterior polish
Copper pan retinning cost calculator.
Oval or square pans
Should your pan be oval or square, an average of the length and width should be used to calculate the diameter measurement. (L+W)÷2=Diameter
Lids and Covers
For round flat covers please use the diameter in mm’s multiplied by 0.10 (£1.00 per CM)
If oval or square an average of the two lengths should be used as described above.
Shipping to Newlyn Tinning Retinning workshop.
Pans are to be shipped to Newlyn Tinning in a suitably strong, well-packed box with plenty of room with handles neither sticking out nor jammed in!
In the event that replacement packing be required a fee or £3.50 may be charged.
Most important. Please don’t forget to include a note with your name, address, email & telephone number with your order. Alternatively, use this printable pdf Order Form.
Return Shipping from Newlyn Tinning once retinned.
Return shipping is via ParcelForce and prices shown are up to 20kg inclusive of VAT.
• £11.00 with insurance value up to £100
• £16.50 with insurance value up to £1000
• Non UK Mainland £POA
We use only the best tin for all our retinning.
Above all, only the purest virgin, food-grade tin will be used in the relining process, leaving your treasured pot’s and pan’s ready for many years of unbeatable service.
Tin will neither impart flavour nor harmful by-products such as PFOA known to be produced by non-stick PTFE surfaces. In light of this, tin is 100% food safe & has been used to line copper cookware for over 9000 years I am informed!!!
Unsure of what makes a good choice of pan? Please take a moment to visit the “What is a good pan?” guide where you will find a few basic principals to seek out the good stuff.
Once your pan is completed an invoice will be sent with all relevant payment details.
However, if paying by cheque or postal order, please include this with your delivery made out to Steven Pearse. The return Shipping Fee can be found on the Payments & Shipping page or the Order Form.
For assistance with Re-Tinning & Reconditioning Quotes
please use the Contact page.
We also recondition unlined copper cookware too.
Yes, Newlyn Tinning can restore this also by fully deep cleaning and polishing of your treasured confectionery, preserve or other patisserie grade cookware that requires no lining using Osborne Canning Compound. This vegetable based polishing compound is particularly favoured by the food industry.
In this case please contact me for more details.