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$38

stainless steel Stainless Steel Milk Food Container Airtight Sto

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Product description

Size:5L

Description:

The milk tank is made of high-quality stainless steel, and the smooth mirror-polished coating prevents dents and is suitable for large-scale use in restaurants. More importantly, the stainless steel structure makes it easier to sterilize before brewing.

Specification:

Name: Stainless steel sealed barrel

Specifications: as shown in the table

Process: Fine wire drawing process

Capacity: 5L / 6L / 7L / 8L / 9L / 11L / 14L / 18L / 22L / 24L (1.32 gallons / 1.58 gallons / 1.84 gallons / 2.11 gallons / 2.37 gallons / 2.9 gallons / 3.69 gallons / 4.75 gallons / 5.81 gallons / 6.34 gallon)

Treatment process: mirror polishing

Product function: store milk, tea, oil, etc.

Product application: home kitchen/restaurant hotel

Feature:
Stainless steel milk jug.
Made of stainless steel.
Silicone sealing ring.
Embedded silicone is more sealed.
One piece can add support at the bottom and top instead of being welded together.

Package Contents:

1 x milk can

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