Introduction of Jacketed Kettle

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Introduction of Jacketed Kettle

2015-11-13 09:18 156 Rachel
Introduction of Jacketed Kettle

Classification:
1. According to the structure: tilting type Jacketed kettle, vertical (fixed) jacketed kettle.
2. According to the heating mode: electric heating kettle, steam heating kettle, gas heating kettle, and electromagnetic heating kettle.
3, According to the needs of the process: mixing kettle and no mixing kettle.
4. According to the sealing method: no cover type, flat cover type, vacuum type.

Structure:
The fixed type is mainly composed of a pot body and a supporting leg;
Tilting type is mainly composed of a pot body and tilting frame;
The mixing type is mainly composed of a pot body and a mixing device.

Parameter:


Model 50L 100L 200L 300L 400L 500L 600L

Power Supply

3 phase,  380V/220V/, 50Hz/60Hz

Capacity
 
50 100 200 300 400 500 600
Diameter 550 700 800 900 1000 1150 1200

Work Temperature

0-160℃

Vacuum Degree (optional)

0.06 MPa

Dimension

L(mm)

930

1080

1180

1320

1540

1640

1700
W(mm) 580 725 865 970 1120 1170 1240
H(mm) 820 870 915 960 1050 1110 1200
Weight 90 105 135 155 190 255  
265

 

Application:

A steam-jacketed kettle is similar to a double boiler and cooks large quantities of food by using steam heat. It is designed with both an inner and outer steel wall that cooks the contents inside by releasing steam into the space between the walls. These devices are often used to cook foods like stock, gravy, sauce, or soup, and may be powered by electricity or gas. They come in various sizes, for installation on the floor, counter-top, or wall. Steam-jacketed kettles are often used in restaurants and industrial kitchens, where very large amounts of food are prepared daily.






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