Vulcan Kettle & Tilt Skillet
Vulcan kettles make quick work of preparing huge batches of soup, chili, sauce, and pasta, while Vulcan tilt skillets and braising pans can cook everything from ground beef to eggs for institutional feeding. Kettles come in direct-steam and steam-jacketed versions, with direct-steam kettles requiring a hookup to an external steam source, namely a steam generator or a boiler. Steam-jacketed versions come at a higher cost, but only require electricity or a gas hookup. In this type of Vulcan steam kettle, steam is created from a water supply that is permanently sealed into the jacket of the kettle and will rarely, if ever, need replacing.