Versuni Holding B.V.


A pressure cooker is generally provided with a pressure regulating valve (PRV) to release the pressure inside the vessel in order cook the food safely. During cooking, the food particles, water, and condensed steam tends to overflow through the pressure regulating valve which drips over the lid into the stove. This creates a pain point of cleaning the stove every time.

In this paper, a detachable spillage control attachment to absorb or to prevent the water from spilling over the stove, by retaining the condensate in the lid is discussed.

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