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Could this unit be used for water bath & pressure canning? Can it withstand consistant high temps?
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Will the wiring in this unit be able to withstand consistent high temperatures while using a pressure canner & a water bath canner for several canning
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Can I connect this to the gas pipelines connected to my house?
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Will the wiring in this unit be able to withstand consistent high temperatures while using a pressure canner & a water bath canner for several canning
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Could this unit be used for water bath & pressure canning? Can it withstand consistant high temps?
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Can I connect this to the gas pipelines connected to my house?
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Is this product available in propane?
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The design of plug head does not fit into wall sockets. What do I do?

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Cadco Hi-Power Single Hot Plate - 120V/1,500W

Hi-Power Single Hot Plate; Stainless steel housing; 8" diameter high speed tubular elements; Robershaw thermostats with infinite heat controls; On/off switch w/ indicator light; Power light; 14"W x 12 1/4"D x 4 1/8"; 120V/60/1-ph; 1,500W, 12.5A; UL listed; One year parts & labor warranty; Made in the USA
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would this be hot enough to use for canning?

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Not really. This is a 120V unit, and though it will eventually get hot enough, it will take a very long time. You'd be much better off with a 220V unit like the one I'm referring below. However, keep in mind that you'll need an outlet capable of supporting that voltage, which you almost definitely won't have in your home if you're planning on using this product in a residential setting.
 
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