All American 930 30 Quart Pressure Cooker CannerItem#: HN-WAFCO005
30 Quart Aluminum Pressure Cooker Canner
The All American 930 30 Quart Aluminum Pressure Cooker Canner can handle big jobs - up to 19 pint jars or 14 quart jars at a time. Your extra vegetables at harvest time won't go to waste and, if you plan well, you'll have jams, jellies, sauces, and savory gifts aplenty come holiday season. All American's exclusive metal-to-metal sealing system ensures a steam-tight seal while permitting venting under unusual pressure conditions, which means extra safety over traditional composition or rubber gasket cookers. The Bakelite handle stays cool and the heavy-cast aluminum has double thickness at the edges where the most wear occurs. Everything about this pressure cooker canner is designed to make canning easy and enjoyable for you.
About Wisconsin Aluminum Foundry
Wisconsin Aluminum Foundry is an award-winning manufacturer of aluminum cookware. Two brands, All American and Chef's Design, are proudly crafted by workers who have earned a reputation in the industry for first-rate quality. All American Pressure Canners are the only canners to feature the exclusive "Metal-to-Metal" sealing system, allowing a steam-tight seal without a gasket. Chef's Design professional weight cookware is made to provide superb heat absorption and conduction, ensuring that food cooks evenly and at lower temperatures. Established in Manitowoc, WI in 1909, Wisconsin Aluminum Foundry is dedicated to crafting quality products, taking care of its employees, and honoring environmental standards.
Dimensions & Specifications
14 Quart Jars, 19 Pint Jars
10.25 in. diam.
Caring for your All American Canner
To clean the metal-to-metal seal, use a soft cloth to wipe off any old lubricant, and use .0000 steel wool, a recd 3M Scotch Brite Pad, or an SOS Pad to buff in a circular motion where the cover and bottom meet. Wipe down the sealing surface again using a soft cloth. Apply a thin film of lubricant, such as extra-virgin olive oil or petroleum jelly, to the metal-to-metal seal to ensure easy opening and closing. Over time, mineral deposits from water may cause discoloration inside of your pressure cooker. Clean with a boiling solution of 1 tablespoon of vinegar or 2 tablespoons of cream of tartar in a quart of water. You can also scrub with an aluminum cleaner or steel-wool cleaning pad. All American pressure cooker canners are not recommended for glass-top stoves.