All American Pressure Cooker 15 Quart
15 1/2 Quart Liquid Capacity
Inside diameter - 12 5/8 inches
Inside Height - 7 1/2 inches
Overall Length - 15 1/2 inches
Overall Height - 12 1/2 inches
1 Year Limited Manufacturer's Warranty
to contiguous United States
Our 15-Quart All American Pressure Canner is just right for preserving and canning vegetables from your garden or delicious foods. It can even be used as a pressure canner to make tasty meals for your family. It features a heavy-duty hand-cast aluminum construction and double-thickness edges for extra durability. This allows for fast, even heating, and All American's exclusive metal-to-metal seal eliminates the need to replace rubber gaskets. This precision-machined seal uses positive-action clamping wing nuts that are easy to open and close. Two automatic vents, a safety control value, an overpressure plug, and a stay-cool bakelite handle improve safety, while a geared steam gauge and a pressure regulator weight with 5, 10, and 15 psi settings make finding the perfect pressure a snap! This pressure canner is the perfect addition to your kitchen! We also offer a canning kit with everything you need to start canning.
Note: This pressure canner includes an instruction manual and one cooking/canning rack.
Made in the USA.
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Crafted of the finest hand cast aluminum
Stay-cool bakelite top handle
Geared steam gauge
Pressure regulator weight with settings of 5 psi, 10 psi and 15 psi
Smooth, easy to clean satin finish
Exclusive metal-to-metal seal - no gaskets to crack, burn, replace or clean
Double thickness edges for additional protection on points of heaviest wear
Automatic overpressure release
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Jar Size - Capacity
4 Oz. Jar - 28 (double stacked)
Regular Half Pint Jar - 28 (double stacked)
12 oz. Jar - 13
Regular Pint Jar - 10
Wide Mouth Pint Jar - 8
Pint and a Half Jar - 8
Regular Quart Jar - 7
Wide Mouth Quart Jar - 7
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