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 Efficient technologies for cooking with electricity  

Steamer

Steaming preserves food colour and taste in the shortest of cooking times. Take advantage of the high efficiency of electric steamers!


Steamer

Steamer

Types

  • Pressureless steamer (212°F or 100°C)
  • Pressure steamer (212°F to 500°F or 100°C to 260°C))

Uses

  • Cooking or reheating fresh or frozen foods like vegetables, meat, fish, seafood or poultry
  • Warming up pasta
  • Pressureless steaming for delicate items
  • Pressure steaming to shorten cooking time of hard foods such as potatoes

Description

  • Air-tight vessel holding food for pressure or pressureless steaming
  • Built-in or stand-alone steam generator

Electrical specifications

Power supply: 208 or 240 V, single-phase and 3-phase


How it works

  • Steam is fed into the vessel to cook food by direct contact
  • A gram of steam has more energy than a gram of water of equal temperature

Features

  • Food colour is preserved
  • Shorter cooking time
  • More energy efficient than gas-powered steamers:
    • Gas: 45%
    • Electricity: 70%
  • Steam generator generally lasts longer than a gas appliance
  • Price roughly the same as a gas steamer
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