Steam Kettles

Have you ever wanted to cook a large quantity of food without having to worry about it scorching or sticking to the side of the cooking vessel? Foods like soup and pasta can be a pain to cook in large quantities, as these foods are prone to do just that. This is where steam kettles come in.

Steam kettles cook food by heating the entire kettle, rather than heating the kettle at an isolated point. As a result, food gets cooked at the same temperature all around. Additionally, the stainless steel of a steam kettle is often bead-blasted to give it an incredibly smooth, almost nonstick surface.

There are two types of steam kettles: self-contained or direct steam. Self-contained steam kettles contain distilled water in the steam jacket that never has to be refilled or replaced. This water heats up and cycles around the kettle for an even cook. Direct steam kettles generate steam via an external boiler and eject it onto the food directly.

We have countertop steam kettles and floor model steam kettles, as well as well as both tilting steam kettles and stationary steam kettles. Your choice between a tilting or stationary model will depend on what kind of food you're cooking, as well as how much money you're willing to spend. Tilting kettles with self-contained heat may cost more than the equivalent capacity in a stationary, direct steam model, but they may help you serve food quicker.

If you have any questions about steam kettles, please don't hesitate to contact us.
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