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Crawfish Cooker Specifications

The Specs

Single Cooker:

  • Shipping weight 220# (note we get better frt rate if we list weight as 315#)
  • 28 inches across the top from left to right
  • 36 inches from ground to top of cooker
  • 33 inches left to right from handle to handle
  • 29 3/4 inches from front of cooker to back of cooker
  • Holds approx 45 Gallons of water


Double Cooker:

  • Shipping weight 360#, bubble wrapped, strapped to pallet
  • 52 inches across the top from left to right
  • 36 inches from ground to top of cooker
  • 56 3/4 inches left to right from handle to handle
  • 30 inches from front of cooker to back of cooker
  • Holds approx 90 Gallons of water


Inside Cooker Measurements:           

  • Cooker bottom to top lip is 18 ¼”
  • Cooker basket bottom to top 16” 


 Inside Basket Measurements:

  •  Top - 22” deep (front-back) x 22” wide (left-right)
  • Bottom – 16” deep (front-back) x 22” wide (left-right)


Capacity of Cookers:

  • Single cooker – holds 45 gallons to top of basket  (will cook 2 sacks)
  • Double cooker – holds 90 gallons to top of basket  (will cook 4 -5 sacks)


Base Measurements:

  • Height of base is – 17 ½” – (top of 2” angle iron)
  • Height of base is -  15 ½” – (where the cooker sits)


Cooker with top in open position:

  • Distance from open lid to floor – 19”

Note: loose, cooked potatoes may break up if dumping directly into cooler.  We boil potatoes in crawfish sack to prevent breaking up


Materials used:

  • Top cooker is made with 3/16”, 50/52 grade aluminum
  • Bottom of top cooker is made with ¼”, 50/52 grade aluminum (directly over burners)
  • Base of cooker is 340 grade stainless 3/16” x 2” angle iron
  • Side panels on base is made with 16 gauge stainless (protects legs from flame & heat)

 

Drain valve placement:

If you are standing in front of the cooker with the lid open towards you (bottom of open lid should be approx knee high) the discharge valve is normally positioned on the right side of the cooker.  If you need the discharge valve on the left side of the cooker there is no additional charge however you must tell us prior to production you want it on the left side of the cooker.  If  mounting cooker on trailer note which side of cooker works best for discharge valve.

Video

TCC Crawfish Cooker Video