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Winco SST-60 Premium Induction Stainless Steel 60 Qt. Stock Pot

Winco SST-60 Premium Induction Stainless Steel 60 Qt. Stock Pot

Product Code: SST-60
Availability: In Stock
Reg. Price $476.38
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The Winco SST-60 Premium Induction Stainless Steel 60 Qt. Stock Pot is perfect for preparing soup and stew for large crowds. Designed with a deep interior, it will keep food fully submerged while its tri-ply bottom enables excellent thermal conduction as you cook. In addition, its wide riveted handles make it easy to lift, even when it is filled to capacity.

Made of stainless steel, this NSF certified stock pot is tarnish-proof and will not get dented or warped over time. As an added benefit, it comes with a sturdy lid that offers a tight seal to keep food hot for a long time.

  • Stainless steel construction
  • Capacity: 60 Qt.
  • Includes lid
  • Tri-ply bottom
  • Induction ready
  • Sturdy 6-point welding on handle
  • NSF certified
  • 22-1/2" x 18-3/5" x 17"
  • Brand:
  • Winco
  • Model #:
  • SST-60
  • Ship weight:
  • 37 lbs 11 oz
  • Sold As:
  • 1
  • Capacity
  • 60 to 80 qt.
  • Type
  • Stock Pots
  • Construction
  • Stainless Steel/Aluminum
  • Top Diameter
  • 15 to 20 in.
  • Handles
  • Welded
  • NSF Certified
  • Yes
  • Product Height
  • 14 to 15 in.
  • Includes Lid
  • Yes
  • Length:
  • 22.5"

Customer Reviews

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on 02/28/2014

This pot is of the highest quality. Great size for Stocks.

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Questions & Answers

Question asked by: Peter

Q: Does this prouct have a the thick bottom for even heating?

Answered by: Stacy - LionsDeal Product Specialist
A: Yes, it has a tri-ply heavy duty bottom which guarantees excellent heat conduction for thorough cooking.
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