Features and Benefits of the TS120P BBQ Smoker
- Stainless Steel Slide Out Grates do not rust, making your BBQ smoker maintenance easier. Also eliminate the possibility of rust contamination on your meat.
- Reverse Flow Draft provides even smoke and heat distribution in the smoking chamber.
- Positive Lock Latches let you secure all the doors without worry of them popping open.
- Slide Out Ash Pan collects all the ashes for easy disposal even while you're cooking.
- Charcoal Grate in Fire Box lets the ashes fall below the firebox, so the fire can burn more efficiently.
- Built in Water Pan helps keep your meat moist when water smoking with apple juice or other liquid.
- Ball Valve Drain conveniently drains out grease drippings from the meat or liquid used for water smoking.
- All Stainless Steel Handles add a sharp finishing touch to your BBQ smoker and do not rust.
- Stay Cool Handles on Slide Vents, Firebox Door, and Optional Warming Box Door let you control the draft and open hot doors without burning your hand.
- Thermometers on Smoker and Optional Warming Box help you conveniently keep an accurate tab of the temperature.
- 1 Shelf on the Outside provides a handy work area while smoking.
- 18" Air Tires and Heavy Duty Locking Casters make it easy to move your smoker in and out of storage and lock it in place so it won't roll around.
- Heat Baffles on Fire Box protect the wheels from excessive heat.
- Painted with 1,200 degree F heat resistant paint.
Indirect heat from slowly burning wood or charcoal travels under the sealed drip pan. Smoke circulates around the meat for slow even cooking. The drip pan can also be used as a pan for water smoking with the drain spigot closed.
A heavy duty grease trough and spigot make cleanup quick and easy.
For smoking, we recommend using non-petroleum based starters. Residue in the smoke from these starters can contaminate the cooking box, potentially effecting the flavor of the meat. The use of a torch or paper and kindling is most effective. Use approximately 25–30 lbs. of charcoal in the fire box to get started. Once the meat is placed in the smoker, you can add wood in the fire box for smoking. From there, you can use either wood or charcoal. Add wood or charcoal as needed to maintain the correct temperature.
The optional charcoal basket holds approximately 40 lbs. of charcoal briquettes and ensures efficient, even temperatures.
For grilling, remove the bottom grate from the smoker and slide in optional charcoal grill pan. Put in your desired amount of charcoal and slide top grate above charcoal pan.
Meadow Creek Welding uses only food grade #304 stainless steel in the fabrication of parts identified as "stainless steel" that will contact food under normal use. Cooking equipment made by Meadow Creek Welding is used by restaurants, caterers, and other food professionals nationwide.