40 Qt. Heavy-Duty Stainless Steel Stock Pot with Cover
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Other Available Sizes:
- 40 qt. capacity
- 20 gauge 18/8 stainless steel construction
- Heavy-duty 3-ply bottom consists of two layers of stainless steel
- 5mm thick aluminum core
- Reinforced handles for effortless transport
|Bottom Diameter||14 3/4 Inches|
|Top Diameter||16 5/8 Inches|
|Material||Aluminum / Stainless Steel|
Customer questions about this product
- What's the difference between a riveted and a welded handle?
- A riveted handle is connected by small metal pieces (called rivets) that are crushed between the handle and the pan body to attach them together. This type of handle is more common on copper and aluminum cookware.
For a handle to be welded, the metal must first be melted and then adhered to the pan body. This creates a strong bond that leaves little to no space in between, so bacteria and other food crumbs can’t collect and cause sanitation issues. Both are long lasting solutions for fry and sauce pan handles because they are durable and can withstand heat.
A staple of any commercial kitchen, the proper stock pots helps chefs with nearly every culinary creation. This 40 qt. stockpot is constructed of 20 gauge 18/8 stainless steel with a heavy-duty, 3-ply bottom consisting of two layers of stainless steel surrounding a 5mm thick aluminum core.
The design results in extra strength and allows for superior heat distribution. For added convenience, it is induction- ready and comes with the cover. Two reinforced stainless steel handles aid in easy transportation throughout your kitchen.
Top Diameter (without handles): 16 5/8''
Bottom Diameter: 14 3/4"
Capacity: 40 qts.
This item meets the standards imposed by NSF International, which focuses on public safety, health, and the environment.
This item is compatible for use in induction cooking.
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This is much better than the cheap version we had. It is much thicker, for holding in the heat. The handles are sturdier as well. We will use it for all of our spaghetti dinners!
Heidi S. from The Mission Church Posted on 04/13/2016
I'm a hard person to please and do not tend towards 5 stars simply because I expect a lot from stuff that costs a lot. Anyone paying $100 or so for a pot has the right to be really picky... that being said: Slightly more expensive than some, much better quality than most. We had a smaller, fancy dancy pot that melted down on our old electric range. Considering the 3 batches of 20 quarts of pickles this summer, and the upcoming 20 bushels of apples (estimate from our small orchard), I ordered this pot as something that will work on our new induction range. Unlike most of the other pots we researched, the handles are attached with rivets that go through the pot sidewalls, and we don't have to worry about the handles becoming loose or, like the "cheapy that cost almost the same", fall off. Yep. Big pots weigh a lot even when partially full, which is most of the time. Don't discount how the handles are attached. Don't bother making our mistakes with the cheapy ones. Get pots with handles that have mechanical fastening all the way through the sidewalls. I repeated this to make sure you don't make the same mistake we did. Do I have to repeat myself again? Make different mistakes. Weight Warning: it isn't a light pot when empty. It has too much material in the pot construction to be light. Don't kid yourself about using it. Watch your back! Lift with your legs! Don't fill it all the way up! This thing holds 10 gallons (US) of stuff!!!! Not sure why I'm writing about this: Go to a store nearby, if possible, and try to pick up a full 5 gallon can of paint. That is more or less what you are about to pick up when the pot is half full.... Again, learn from our mistakes... (ouch, sigh, etc.).... Heating is as even as other expensive brand pots that cost much more for smaller sizes... I'm not exaggerating. One of the nicest pots we own, regardless of price, and one of the most admired in our kitchen. In fact, I am ordering another for a friend from a small village in Africa. She wants to take it back for the holidays, filled with presents....
Blaine B. from Architectural Technologies Inc. Posted on 10/02/2015
Started out our soup restaurant with a cheaper version and we regret it! This heavy duty pot distributes heat more evenly for a lot less clean up.
Shane L. Posted on 06/06/2015
Fits on my induction, great for doing large batches of sauces and or stocks. Would rec to anyone looking for a large low profile stock pot.
Steve M. from Talula's Posted on 11/15/2014
Needed a 40 qt stainless steel stock pot in a hurry and there it was. Received it fast and at a very reasonable price as well.
Thomas B. Posted on 04/23/2014
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