Canners, Canning Racks, & Parts
YOU CAN DO IT - we'll help you preserve the summer's harvest, just the way you remember Grandma doing it. Maybe with a couple upgrades! Use a waterbath canner for high-acid foods like tomatoes. A pressure canner can handle any produce, and it's the most-recommended method for low-acid produce like pickles, cherries, pears, and meat.
Seeking information? Find more canning guidance here from the USDA. Plus, our staff & our friends at the Willard, Utah Fruit Stands put together Canning Tips & 4 Canning Recipes here - click to get them for free!
Get a heavy-duty pressure canner from Smith and Edwards, and you'll have a great canning experience!
Pressure canners are designed to heat your canned food even hotter than the water it's soaked in. This is perfect for low acid, or alkaline foods, like beans, milk, chicken, beef, and fish. (For high-acid foods, use a waterbath canner.) Choose from Presto and All American pressure canners for your vegetable canning: these pressure canners are extremely well-built and will last for years and years.
Need replacement parts? We've got 'em! Click here to find pressure canner parts for both cookers & canners.
Now you can rest assured that the pressure cooker or pressure canner you love to use, can continue steaming away for years to come! Smith and Edwards has all the pressure cooker replacement parts you need. Even if you don't need them right now, we'll keep them here for you.
From pressure regulator weights to seals and gaskets to even pressure cooker handles, we've got the pressure cooker parts you need to get your cooker or canner back in the kitchen at full capacity. We've got Presto parts like the Presto steam gauge, as well as All-American pressure cooker parts like Bakelite handles, to help you replace missing or defective parts and keep your pressure canner canning.
Looking for Waterbath Canner racks? Click here.
Your water bath canner is your #1 tool for canning pickles, berries, zucchini, and more! Get a quality waterbath canner here and you'll love using it for years. (You can click here to find canning racks, lifters, and much more helpful canning tools!)
You'll also find steam canners here! They do the same job as waterbath canners, although the USDA doesn't recommend them for home canning, because a water bath for canning does a better job of transmitting heat all the way through to the center of the jars, which kills bacteria and seals the can. But if you've been steam canning for years and just finally need a new canner, we've got a great selection here for you. For more information about how to use steam canners, check out this article from Utah State University.
Click here to explore Pressure Canners, which are what you need to can beans, meat, milk, and other low-acid foods.
You don't have to buy a whole 'nother canner just to get a new canning rack!
Whether you're looking to double-stack your canning jars, or you just need a replacement canning rack, Smith & Edwards has got you covered. It never hurts to have a backup, either. These quality racks will cradle your pickles, jams and jellies, and other tasty canned foods in boiling water as they process.
Have a pressure canner? Get your pressure canner racks and parts - click here.