Made of high quality stainless steel. Heavy-duty, 1 mm thick. Satin finish stainless steel doesn't stain or rust. Includes lid and steamer rack. Choice of sizes.
Its bottom is not perfectly flat, so it's better with gas stoves than flat electric cooktops.
18 Quarts/4.5 Gallons. Made of heavy gauge stainless steel. Comes with perforated metal divider keeps tamales out of water. Riveted handles. Doubles as seafood steamer. Stain and odor resistant. Even heat distribution.
Pot bottom may not be perfectly flat, so it might rattle when water is at a rolling boil.
Comes with 40 quart pot and 24 quart pot with steamer inserts and lids for both. Heavy-duty aluminum. Riveted handles. Can also be used for steaming seafood.
Pricey, especially if you don't need or have storage space for 2 pots.
Heavy-duty, durable aluminum construction. Comes with removable steamer insert. Remove the insert and it can be used as a stock pot. Use for tamales, lobster, mussels, and corn on the cob.
Made of thinner metal that makes it good for steaming tamales but not great as a stockpot.
Stainless steel construction. Steamer insert holds heavy loads. Riveted handles. 10 gallon capacity. Can double as a large stockpot when steamer tray is removed.
Metal at bottom of pot is thin, but this makes it good for boiling and steaming.
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