930 All-American Pressure Cooker Canner

$451.00

$299.95

Availability: In stock

Become self reliant and preserve your own food by using this heavy duty aluminum pressure cooker and canner from All-American. Become self reliant and preserve your own food by using this heavy duty aluminum pressure cooker and canner from All-American. The model 930 has a 30 quart capacity and can hold 19 standard pint jars, 16 wide-mouth pint jars, or 14 quart jars. Invest in the durability of this pressure cooker and canner with its double-thickness edges in areas that will experience the heaviest wear and tear. With the exclusive metal-to-metal seal, you won’t have to worry about looking for replacement seals or rubber gaskets that can melt or crack. All-American has produced the safest method for home canning with an automatic pressure release and a solid design built to last for years. Each pressure canner comes with a pressure regulator weight and two can racks.

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Note: Not suitable for glass/flat top ranges. Number of jars are approximate and will vary with the jar brand and style.
Reviews

no better canner

All American scanners[sic] are a no brainer to use. We have had brands of scanners[sic] that require gaskets..and had serious leaks at the worst of times. THE METAL TO METAL SEAL IS FANTASTIC never leaks and is a cinch to tighten down and to open

Posted on 12/28/13 by janncy

Edwin

I have used my #930 twice now. It works great!. I use a propane cooker to use for my heat source. I'm going to have a round metal plate about an inch larger than the bottom of the canner made so the bottom of the canner doesn't get covered in soot. Don't know if the direct heat hurts the canner but I'm going to play it safe. With the metal plate the surface will be flat and hopefully stop the soot problem. Have to do some tweaking on the propane level but not a bother. I don't know how many pint jars will fit as I haven't loaded it with pint jars yet. I will say tho, that it will not hold 14 quart jars. I can easily get 7 on the top level but not 8. On the bottom level all I can fit is 6. There must be jars that are slimmer and more round but all I have so far are not this type. Anyone have the answer for this? I highly recommend this canner. I"m doing tomatoes and juice next as they are coming in season real good now.

{Response from Emergency Essentials - You bring out a good point Ed. The jars count is approximate depending on the brand of jars you are using. We're pleased that you are enjoying this product. We do too!}

Posted on 7/7/13 by Ed

Great Price

Looked at this for a while, and I am so glad it went on sale. Great item, fast ship and wonderful customer service. Love this company.

Posted on 4/12/13 by J

Best Pressure Cooker Canner !!!

The All American Pressure Cooker Canner is the very best on the market. Can't say enough about them! They are built solid, don't require a rubber gasket to replace, and will last over a lifetime. I have the 7 quart, 15 1/2 quart and the 25 quart. If I had to choose only one appliance in my kitchen it would be my All American Pressure Cook Canner hands down!! They are worth every penny invested in them!!

Posted on 1/17/12 by J. S

Made in the USA!!!

You can't go wrong with All American pressure canners. They are built like tanks (in the USA) and have been around since 1930. They are built in Wisconsin, so if you ever need a replacement part, you don't have to look overseas. I have the 21 Quart version of this canner and fully expect it will outlive me and get passed down to my kids. If you are concerned about using it on a flat top stove, they do say not to...but I have a 5 year old Maytag flat top stove and can on it weekly and have had no problems. Just put it on the stove and use a large pitcher or bucket to fill it with water. Be careful putting it on and taking it off. If it slips out of your hands, it might crack your stove top so just be careful. I've used mine for about 3 months now and love it. Use a basting brush to spread olive oil around the inner ring to help the top come off with ease. Can't say enough good about this pressure canner! Enjoy!

Posted on 8/1/11 by J.C.

American canner is the only one you want

Never worry about worn out rubber gaskets again. I got my American canner two years ago. I was a bit daunted by those clamps on the top, but they are easy to use. They clamp down so solidly, with such precise engineering, that there is no need for a gasket.
My canner is the next size up, holding 14 quarts or 18 pints (American claims you can do 19 pints, but I've never been able to fit that many in. It cuts my canning time in half. Ask EE if they can get the larger size!

I also like the fact that it is so heavy and sturdy that I can use it in outdoor situations, meaning I don't have to have electricity to do canning. I can use a propane camp stove or my wood-fired grill.
It's more of a challenge using wood heat -- you have to really keep an eye on the pressure gauge, but it's very doable with a little practice.

I like my prep items to be sturdy, maintenance free, and flexible in use. I love my American canner for all of these reasons.

Posted on 4/29/10 by Grower

American canner is the only one you want

Never worry about worn out rubber gaskets again. I got my American canner two years ago. I was a bit daunted by those clamps on the top, but they are easy to use. They clamp down so solidly, with such precise engineering, that there is no need for a gasket.
My canner is the next size up, holding 14 quarts or 18 pints (American claims you can do 19 pints, but I've never been able to fit that many in. It cuts my canning time in half. Ask EE if they can get the larger size!

I also like the fact that it is so heavy and sturdy that I can use it in outdoor situations, meaning I don't have to have electricity to do canning. I can use a propane camp stove or my wood-fired grill.
It's more of a challenge using wood heat -- you have to really keep an eye on the pressure gauge, but it's very doable with a little practice.

I like my prep items to be sturdy, maintenance free, and flexible in use. I love my American canner for all of these reasons.

Posted on 4/29/10 by Grower

American canner is the only one you want

Never worry about worn out rubber gaskets again. I got my American canner two years ago. I was a bit daunted by those clamps on the top, but they are easy to use. They clamp down so solidly, with such precise engineering, that there is no need for a gasket.
My canner is the next size up, holding 14 quarts or 18 pints (American claims you can do 19 pints, but I've never been able to fit that many in. It cuts my canning time in half. Ask EE if they can get the larger size!

I also like the fact that it is so heavy and sturdy that I can use it in outdoor situations, meaning I don't have to have electricity to do canning. I can use a propane camp stove or my wood-fired grill.
It's more of a challenge using wood heat -- you have to really keep an eye on the pressure gauge, but it's very doable with a little practice.

I like my prep items to be sturdy, maintenance free, and flexible in use. I love my American canner for all of these reasons.

Posted on 4/29/10 by Grower

American canner is the only one you want

Never worry about worn out rubber gaskets again. I got my American canner two years ago. I was a bit daunted by those clamps on the top, but they are easy to use. They clamp down so solidly, with such precise engineering, that there is no need for a gasket.
My canner is the next size up, holding 14 quarts or 18 pints (American claims you can do 19 pints, but I've never been able to fit that many in. It cuts my canning time in half. Ask EE if they can get the larger size!

I also like the fact that it is so heavy and sturdy that I can use it in outdoor situations, meaning I don't have to have electricity to do canning. I can use a propane camp stove or my wood-fired grill.
It's more of a challenge using wood heat -- you have to really keep an eye on the pressure gauge, but it's very doable with a little practice.

I like my prep items to be sturdy, maintenance free, and flexible in use. I love my American canner for all of these reasons.

Posted on 4/29/10 by Grower

American canner is the only one you want

Never worry about worn out rubber gaskets again. I got my American canner two years ago. I was a bit daunted by those clamps on the top, but they are easy to use. They clamp down so solidly, with such precise engineering, that there is no need for a gasket.
My canner is the next size up, holding 14 quarts or 18 pints (American claims you can do 19 pints, but I've never been able to fit that many in. It cuts my canning time in half. Ask EE if they can get the larger size!

I also like the fact that it is so heavy and sturdy that I can use it in outdoor situations, meaning I don't have to have electricity to do canning. I can use a propane camp stove or my wood-fired grill.
It's more of a challenge using wood heat -- you have to really keep an eye on the pressure gauge, but it's very doable with a little practice.

I like my prep items to be sturdy, maintenance free, and flexible in use. I love my American canner for all of these reasons.

Posted on 4/29/10 by Grower

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Click here to download - 930 All-American Pressure Cooker Manual
  • Pressure regulator weight with settings of 5, 10, 15 psi
  • Stay-cool Bakelite Top Handle for safe access
  • Exclusive metal-to-metal seal - no gaskets to crack, burn, replace, or clean
  • Additional Info
  • Made in the U.S.A., 1-Year Limited Warranty
  • This unit has a geared steam gauge to easily monitor the pressure
  • Used best for canning non-acid foods like meat and veggies
  • Made with double-thickness edges for additional protection on points of heaviest wear
    • 930 All-American Pressure Cooker Canner Cooking Supplies (front view)