18cm Aluminum 3L Pressure Cooker Pot Explosion-Proof Outdoor Camping Pot High Elevation Pressure Cooker Cookware
- Name: pressure cooker
- Material: aluminum alloy
- Size: 18 * 13.5 cm
- Weight: 1650 g
- Pot bottom: double bottom
- Style: European style
- Packaging: color box
- It is safe and reliable, and there is no danger of frying pan.
- Scientific design, elegant and beautiful, convenient to use.
- Safety of open cover and failure pressure all conform to national standards.
- Reasonable structure, reduce friction, extend the service life of sealing ring and save cost.
- The body of the pot is made of aluminum alloy, resistant to corrosion, high strength and durable.
- The bottom of the pot is made of the best heat conducting material.
- The sealing ring is made of high quality silicon rubber, which is sanitary, safe and durable
- The product is safe and reliable. There is no danger of frying pan.
- Scientific design, elegant appearance, high quality.
- Reasonable structure, reduce friction when opening and closing the cover, prolong the service life of sealing ring.
- The inner wall is made of aluminum alloy, which is resistant to high temperature and durable.
- Surface crack paint: easy and concise appearance, superior texture, light comfortable kitchen.
1. Rotate the elastic clamping beam in the direction of "open" as indicated by the arrow to make it fall to close the lid.
2. Put the lid flat between the pot body and the pot ear, so that the lid and the pot body cooperate closely, and clip the beam and the pot ear to align.
3. Rotate the elastic beam by pressing the elastic button according to the "close" direction shown by the arrow, and continue to rotate after the two ends are pressed against the pot ear without any loose, and rotate another 1.5-3 turns (360 degrees for one turn) according to the specifications of the pot.
4. Insert the pressure limiting valve vertically into the seatNote: if air leakage is found around the lid during cooking, the steam in the pot must be put out first (lift the working valve to vent or unscrew the elastic button), and then continue to press the lid until no air leakage can be used.
5. When cooking porridge, reduce the fire power when the pressure limiting valve begins to deflate, so as to avoid cooking soup.
6. After the pressure cooker cools, lift the pressure limiting valve up a little to relieve air pressure, and then open the cover by pressing the "open" arrow shown in the elastic button.