Southbend - KSLG-40 - 32.5" 40 Gallon Gas Floor Steam Kettle

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  • Stationary gas steam kettle
  • 40 gallon capacity
  • Natural or propane (please specify)
  • Constructed of 304 stainless steel with 6” stainless steel adjustable legs
  • Comes with hinged stainless steel cover
  • Interior is one piece welded 304 stainless steel, 2/3 jacketed and with a 2” tangent draw off valve
  • Recessed control panel on front side of unit
  • Standard controls include direct immersion thermostat, water sight glass, cooking light, pressure gauge and low water indicator light
  • Safety features include low water cut off, pressure relief valve, pressure switch and 100% safety gas shutoff valve
  • Operation up to 50 PSI with temperature range between 150° and 285°F
  • 1 year parts and labor warranty
  • NSF certified


  • Volts: 115/1ph
  • Depth: 40 1/2”
  • Width: 32 1/2”
  • Height: 44”

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    what are the exhaust requirements for this ? size of pipe and elevation do you have a PDF ?

    thanks Rich
    Asked on 7/13/2013 by rich from Anthony NM

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    • A:

      Thanks for your question Rich.

      Regarding exhaust requirements for this Southbend KSLG-40 40 Gallon Gas Floor Steam Kettle, the manufacturer cannot dictate these requirements. They are decided on a state by state, and even city by city, basis, and you'll need to check with your local municipality to determine what kind of ventilation is needed.

      That said, the manufacturer was able to shed a little light on the situation. Just for your information, if you were to steam chicken or beef in this unit you would create grease-laden steam, and this would require type 2 ventilation. Something like rice that doesn't produce grease-laden steam would need type 1. Outside conditions require different regulations. Again, it's all based on your local code.

      As far a pdf goes, we have a spec sheet for this steam kettle on the product page in the "Learn More" tab. This sheet details some design specifics as well as dimensions and capacity.

      Answered on 7/15/2013 by Andrew Call from Boulder, CO
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