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The 941 Pressure Cooker/Canner
The 941 Pressure Cooker/Canner
Proudly manufactured in the USA
The best in American craftsmanship and quality.
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the 941 Pressure Cooker/Canner

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The 941 Pressure Cooker/Canner

41.5 qt Cooker/Canner
$649.95
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Overview

Discover the unmatched durability and versatility of the All American Pressure Cooker, designed for both novice cooks and culinary experts.

What’s Included
  • All American Pressure Cooker/Canner
  • 2 Canning Racks
  • Recipe & Instruction Book
Product Specification
Dimensions
Capacity
Material
Weight
Suitable Heat Sources
Pressure Settings
Made In
Height: 19 inches, Diameter: 15.25 inches
41.5 quarts
Heavy-duty cast aluminum
33 pounds
Gas, and electric only
5, 10, 15 psi
USA
Jar Capacity
Half Pint Jars
Pint Jars
Quart Jars
38 Regular Mouth, 22 Wide Mouth
30 Regular Mouth, 25 Wide Mouth
20 Regular Mouth, 22 Wide Mouth
REVIEWS (9,260 ratings)
Must buy
“I love this canner, heavy-duty all around. Super happy with my purchase. Most likely be purchasing another as a gift in the near future. 😁”
Best Kitchen Investment ever
“An easy intro into an awesome field of home preservation. It will blow your mind!”
Well worth the money
“I don’t think I would go any smaller than this model it’s perfect for what I need 1 to 2 people stocking up for rough times ahead ”
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Cast in the U.S.A. Since 1930
Tools for the serious cook.
Cast in the U.S.A. Since 1930
Tools for the serious cook.
Cast in the U.S.A. Since 1930
Tools for the serious cook.
Cast in the U.S.A. Since 1930
Tools for the serious cook.
Cast in the U.S.A. Since 1930
Tools for the serious cook.
Cast in the U.S.A. Since 1930
Tools for the serious cook.

Cook & Can with All American

Whether you're in the mood for culinary exploration or looking to preserve your favorite seasonal flavors, our cooker is your perfect kitchen companion.

Cook: Eat Today

Tender, fall-off-the-bone meats in less time.

Perfectly cooked grains and legumes.

Nutrient-rich steamed vegetables.

Flavorful soups and stews.

Can: Eat Later

Seasonal fruits and vegetables for year-round enjoyment.

Homemade jams, jellies, and preserves.

Hearty soups and broths for pantry storage.

Proteins like chicken, beef, and fish for convenience.

The All American Metal-to-Metal Seal

Discover the cornerstone of All American Pressure Cooker's unmatched durability and reliability. Our metal to metal seal represents a breakthrough in pressure cooker design, eliminating the need for traditional rubber or silicone gaskets. This feature ensures a steam-tight seal every time, enhancing both the safety and efficiency of your cooking experience.

Benefits at a Glance

Lasting Durability
Unparalleled durability with no gaskets to wear out or replace, ensuring a lifetime of reliable, consistent performance.
Enhanced Safety
Features an auto-release valve for enhanced safety, providing a reliable, steam-tight seal that adjusts to pressure changes.
Ease of Use & Care
Designed for easy open and close, thanks to the secure clamping wing nuts, simplifying maintenance and daily use.
Superior Cooking Results
Achieves perfect pressure control for precise cooking, from tender meats to flavorful vegetables.

A Closer Look

The Unrivaled Build
Pressure Dial Gauge
Easy-to-read pressure gauge lets you know when the internal pressure is down to zero and the cooker/canner is safe to open.
Top Handle
The top handle is used to place or remove the cover on to, or off of the bottom only. Never lift the entire cooker by using the top handle.
Wing Nuts
The cover is secured with large, stay-cool phenolic wing nuts. These will require lubrication from time to time.
Regulator Weight
This is made up of the round selective pressure regulator weight and the vent pipe. The vent pipe is attached to the cover and the pressure regulator weight sits on top of the vent pipe.
Overpressure Plug
This safety device will automatically vent steam if the vent pipe becomes clogged.
Canning Rack
Used to keep the jars away from direct heat, and to keep jar layers separate in the bigger models.
Retaining Bayonet Clamps
Three safety lugs catch the bottom and secure it into place as an added safety feature.
A Closer Look

The Unrivaled Build

Pressure Dial Gauge

Easy-to-read pressure gauge lets you know when the internal pressure is down to zero and the cooker/canner is safe to open.

Top Handle

The top handle is used to place or remove the cover on to, or off of the bottom only. Never lift the entire cooker by using the top handle.

Wing Nuts

The cover is secured with large, stay-cool phenolic wing nuts. These will require lubrication from time to time.

Regulator Weight

This is made up of the round selective pressure regulator weight and the vent pipe. The vent pipe is attached to the cover and the pressure regulator weight sits on top of the vent pipe.

Overpressure Plug

This safety device will automatically vent steam if the vent pipe becomes clogged.

Canning Rack

Used to keep the jars away from direct heat, and to keep jar layers separate in the bigger models.

Retaining Bayonet Clamps

Three safety lugs catch the bottom and secure it into place as an added safety feature.

Sizes for all your needs

Size

Weight

Pint Jars*

Quart Jars*

Suitable For

All American 910 Pressure Cooker

10.5 qt

10 Pounds

7

4

Gas, Electric, or Flat Top Stoves

All American 915 Pressure Cooker

15.5 qt

15 Pounds

10

7

Gas, Electric, or Flat Top Stoves

All American 921 Pressure Cooker

21.5 qt

17.75 Pounds

18

7

Gas, Electric, or Flat Top Stoves

All American 925 Pressure Cooker

25 qt

18.25 Pounds

19

7

Gas, Electric, or Flat Top Stoves

All American 930 Pressure Cooker

30 qt

21.25 Pounds

19

14

Gas, Electric

All American 941 Pressure Cooker

41.5 qt

33 Pounds

30

20

Gas, Electric

FAQ Frequently Asked Questions

What if I'm unsure about which size to choose for my needs?

Choosing the right size depends on your specific needs. Smaller models like the 10.5-quart are great for everyday cooking and small batches of canning, whereas larger models up to 41.5 quarts are ideal for serious canning enthusiasts who process large quantities of food at once. Consider how much you typically cook or preserve in a session to select the most suitable size.

Are these pressure cookers compatible with induction cooktops, and what if I have a flat-top stove?

While all models are compatible with gas, electric, and flat-top stoves, compatibility with induction cooktops varies. If using a flat-top stove, handle it with care to avoid damaging your stove surface. It's important to confirm the specific compatibility with induction cooktops for each model, ensuring it meets your kitchen setup.

What if I need to can low-acid foods like meats or seafood? Is every model suitable?

Yes, all sizes are designed for canning both low-acid and high-acid foods, in line with USDA recommendations. However, note that the 10.5 Qt model should not be used for canning smoked fish due to specific considerations. For other low-acid foods, any size will be suitable, ensuring safe and effective preservation.

How do All American pressure cookers ensure safety during use?

Safety is a paramount concern. All models feature a robust metal-to-metal seal that eliminates the need for gaskets, reducing maintenance and potential failure points. Additionally, each cooker has an automatic overpressure release, a pressure regulator weight, and a geared steam gauge to maintain the correct pressure levels safely.

What if cleaning and maintenance seem too complex due to the metal-to-metal seal?

The metal-to-metal seal simplifies maintenance since there's no gasket to replace. Cleaning involves simple wiping of the sealing surfaces and occasional checks of the pressure gauge and vents for any blockages. This design makes the cookers easier to maintain compared to those with gaskets.

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    James Paxton Davis I.
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    The 930 Pressure Cooker/Canner
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    The 930 Pressure Cooker/Canner
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    4 days ago
    This is the pressure canner to get.

    Although I did not buy my All American 30 quart canner from Amazon I am submitting a review. For many years I used a Mirro canner. Alhough that system worked OK, there were issues. Especially during long processing times, with meat (up to 90 minues) when processing liquid would run out due to minor gasket leakage. One of my back-to-the-land friends moved away and sold me his AAPC 30 quart. He'd never used it. My observation (starting in 2016) continues to be that the chamfered edge sealing system, gasket-free on the AAPC, is superior. As long as the user regulates energy input properly, and dials back the heat once underway, it's all but impossible to lose liquid during standard processing times. This is a huge stress reliever and food saver. If processing liquid goes away the jars will sacrifice to make up and the product can be lost. NOT AN ISSUE WITH THE AAPC system! Five stars-pay the money now and be glad later.

  • GB
    Gina B.
    Verified Reviewer
    The 921 Pressure Cooker/Canner
    Reviewing
    The 921 Pressure Cooker/Canner
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    4 days ago
    Beautiful! Solid! Love it!

    Purchased Barley color 21.5 QT. No regrets on size and color. If I can explain the color it would be like a taupe. It is absolutely perfect for my decor. I plan to leave it out all the time because of how heavy it is. I'm good with that though. It's definitely built to last.

  • D
    dfuture
    Verified Reviewer
    The 941 Pressure Cooker/Canner
    Reviewing
    The 941 Pressure Cooker/Canner
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    4 days ago
    THE BEST!

    First time canning and through a lot of research decided to start with the TOP of the line. Highly recommend. This is an investment worth making even if your a newbee.

  • TS
    Talk s.
    Verified Reviewer
    The 915 Pressure Cooker/Canner
    Reviewing
    The 915 Pressure Cooker/Canner
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    4 days ago
    Great Pressure canner!

    This is an excellent product. Well, don’t think I will ever have to replace it because it is so well made!! Great for canning! I have always wanted one and this is one of the best I have ever seen!!

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    Gwen
    Verified Reviewer
    The 910 Pressure Cooker/Canner
    Reviewing
    The 910 Pressure Cooker/Canner
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    4 days ago
    I am so thrilled!

    I'm 62 and want to learn preasure canning. Did lots of homework. The all american has the safety features I wanted, very heavy and well made. I absolutely love the 💚 green.

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