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A pressure cooker operating under pressure is very hot, it is hotter than the boiling point of water at 1 atmosphere (212°F=100°C). If the pressure cooker is of the "standard" kind, it will be 250°F=121°C hot.

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A pressure cooker operating under pressure is very hot, it is quite much hotter than the boiling point of water at 1 atmosphere (212°F=100°C). If the pressure cooker is of the "standard" kind, it will be at 250°F = 121°C .

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If the pressure cooker doesn't work properly,I.E. if the pressure doesn't build up as it should, the pressure cooker temperature will be the same as the boiling point of water at atmospheric pressure or only slightly above.

If you were to drop a drop of water on such a cooker, the drop would only sit there and slowly evaporate over the course of a longer time span.

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If the pressure cooker doesn't work properly, i.e. if the pressure doesn't build up as it should, the pressure cooker temperature will be the same or only slightly above as the boiling point of water at atmospheric pressure. If you were to drop a drop of water on such a cooker, the drop would only sit there and slowly evaporate over the course of a longer time span.

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An operating pressure cooker is hot.
Quite hot to be honest.
It´s hotter than the boiling point of water at 1 atmosphere (212°F=100°C)
If the pressure cooker is of the "standard" kind, it will be 250°F=121°C hot.

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Now, if you put a small amount of water(=a drop) on the surface of the lid of the pressure cooker (while the pressure cooker is under pressure), the drop of water will begin to boil vigorously and will evaporate in 2-3 seconds, since the surface of the pressure cooker is so much hotter than the boiling point of water at the atmospheric pressure.

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A pressure cooker operating under pressure is very hot, it is hotter than the boiling point of water at 1 atmosphere (212°F=100°C). If the pressure cooker is of the "standard" kind, it will be 250°F=121°C hot.

If you put a small amount of water, a drop, on the surface of the lid of the pressure cooker while the pressure cooker is hot and under pressure, the drop of water will begin to boil vigorously and will evaporate in 2-3 seconds, since the surface of the pressure cooker is so much hotter than the boiling point of water at the atmospheric pressure.

If the pressure cooker doesn't work properly,I.E. if the pressure doesn't build up as it should, the pressure cooker temperature will be the same as the boiling point of water at atmospheric pressure or only slightly above.

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If the pressure cooker doesn´t work propperly , if the pressure doesn´t build up as it should, the pressure cooker temperature will be the same as the boiling point of water at atmospheric pressure or only slightly above.

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Test de cuiseur sous pression

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Pressure cooker test

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Un simple test pour tester si votre cuiseur sous pression fonctionne correctement :

Laisser tomber une goutte d’eau sur le cuiseur sous pression lors d’une procédure de stérilisation.

Si la goutte se met à bouillir comme sur l’image ci-dessous, la température est aux alentours de 250˚F (121˚C) et le cuiseur sous pression fonctionne correctement.

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A simple test to test if your pressure cooker is working properly:

Let a drop of water drop on the pressure cooker while sterilizing.
If the drop boils like underneath, the temperature is around 250°F(121°C) and the pressure cooker is working properly.

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Pourquoi est-ce ceci ce produit?

Un cuiseur sous pression en marche est chaud.

Très chaud pour être honnête.

C’est plus chaud que le point d’ébullition de l’eau à l’atmosphère 1 (212˚F=100˚C)

Si le cuiseur sous pression est de type « standard », sa température sera de 250˚F=121˚C.

Maintenant, si vous mettez une petite quantité d’eau sur la surface du couvercle du cuiseur sous pression (lors d’une procédure de stérilisation), l’eau va commencer à bouillir vigoureusement et va s’évaporer en l’espace de 2 à 3 secondes, puisque la surface du cuiseur sous pression est beaucoup plus chaude que le point d’ébullition de l’eau à la pression atmosphérique.

Si le cuiseur sous pression ne fonctionne pas correctement, si la pression n’augmente pas comme elle le devrait, la température du cuiseur sous pression va être la même que le point d’ébullition de l’eau, ou légèrement supérieur.

Si vous laissez alors tomber une goutte d’eau sur un cuiseur sous pression défectueux, la goutte s’évapora doucement, sur une plus longue période de temps.

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Why does this happen?
An operating pressure cooker is hot.
Quite hot to be honest.
It´s hotter than the boiling point of water at 1 atmosphere (212°F=100°C)
If the pressure cooker is of the "standard" kind, it will be 250°F=121°C hot.

Now, if you put a small amount of water(=a drop) on the surface of the lid of the pressure cooker (while the pressure cooker is under pressure), the drop of water will begin to boil vigorously and will evaporate in 2-3 seconds, since the surface of the pressure cooker is so much hotter than the boiling point of water at the atmospheric pressure.

If the pressure cooker doesn´t work propperly , if the pressure doesn´t build up as it should, the pressure cooker temperature will be the same as the boiling point of water at atmospheric pressure or only slightly above.
If you were to drop a drop of water on such a cooker, the drop would only sit there and slowly evaporate over the course of a longer time span.

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(:title Pressure cooker test:)

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(:title Test de cuiseur sous pression:)

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Pressure cooker test

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Test de cuiseur sous pression

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A simple test to test if your pressure cooker is working properly:

Let a drop of water drop on the pressure cooker while sterilizing.
If the drop boils like underneath, the temperature is around 250°F(121°C) and the pressure cooker is working properly.

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Un simple test pour tester si votre cuiseur sous pression fonctionne correctement :

Laisser tomber une goutte d’eau sur le cuiseur sous pression lors d’une procédure de stérilisation.

Si la goutte se met à bouillir comme sur l’image ci-dessous, la température est aux alentours de 250˚F (121˚C) et le cuiseur sous pression fonctionne correctement.

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Why does this happen?
An operating pressure cooker is hot.
Quite hot to be honest.
It´s hotter than the boiling point of water at 1 atmosphere (212°F=100°C)
If the pressure cooker is of the "standard" kind, it will be 250°F=121°C hot.

Now, if you put a small amount of water(=a drop) on the surface of the lid of the pressure cooker (while the pressure cooker is under pressure), the drop of water will begin to boil vigorously and will evaporate in 2-3 seconds, since the surface of the pressure cooker is so much hotter than the boiling point of water at the atmospheric pressure.

If the pressure cooker doesn´t work propperly , if the pressure doesn´t build up as it should, the pressure cooker temperature will be the same as the boiling point of water at atmospheric pressure or only slightly above.
If you were to drop a drop of water on such a cooker, the drop would only sit there and slowly evaporate over the course of a longer time span.

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Pourquoi est-ce ceci ce produit?

Un cuiseur sous pression en marche est chaud.

Très chaud pour être honnête.

C’est plus chaud que le point d’ébullition de l’eau à l’atmosphère 1 (212˚F=100˚C)

Si le cuiseur sous pression est de type « standard », sa température sera de 250˚F=121˚C.

Maintenant, si vous mettez une petite quantité d’eau sur la surface du couvercle du cuiseur sous pression (lors d’une procédure de stérilisation), l’eau va commencer à bouillir vigoureusement et va s’évaporer en l’espace de 2 à 3 secondes, puisque la surface du cuiseur sous pression est beaucoup plus chaude que le point d’ébullition de l’eau à la pression atmosphérique.

Si le cuiseur sous pression ne fonctionne pas correctement, si la pression n’augmente pas comme elle le devrait, la température du cuiseur sous pression va être la même que le point d’ébullition de l’eau, ou légèrement supérieur.

Si vous laissez alors tomber une goutte d’eau sur un cuiseur sous pression défectueux, la goutte s’évapora doucement, sur une plus longue période de temps.

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Pressure cooker test

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A simple test to test if your pressure cooker is working properly:

Let a drop of water drop on the pressure cooker while sterilizing.
If the drop boils like underneath, the temperature is around 250°F(121°C) and the pressure cooker is working properly.

http://www.fungifun.org/pcooker/pc_water_drop_boiling.gif

Why does this happen?
An operating pressure cooker is hot.
Quite hot to be honest.
It´s hotter than the boiling point of water at 1 atmosphere (212°F=100°C)
If the pressure cooker is of the "standard" kind, it will be 250°F=121°C hot.

Now, if you put a small amount of water(=a drop) on the surface of the lid of the pressure cooker (while the pressure cooker is under pressure), the drop of water will begin to boil vigorously and will evaporate in 2-3 seconds, since the surface of the pressure cooker is so much hotter than the boiling point of water at the atmospheric pressure.

If the pressure cooker doesn´t work propperly , if the pressure doesn´t build up as it should, the pressure cooker temperature will be the same as the boiling point of water at atmospheric pressure or only slightly above.
If you were to drop a drop of water on such a cooker, the drop would only sit there and slowly evaporate over the course of a longer time span.

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