- Dimensiones del producto: 123,2 x 77 x 134,9 cm ; 100 Kg
- Número de modelo del producto: 71240
- ASIN: B00XOV85ZY
- Producto en Amazon.es desde: 22 de abril de 2016
- Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
Pit Boss cerámica Cocina para Barbacoa – Barbacoa de carbón de Hierro Fundido al Aire Libre portátil Elegante Moderno W/Cover
- Tamaño: 46 W x 30d x 52h en.; 180 libras.
- Superficie de cocina 570 cm²/35 hamburguesas
- Hecho de cerámica
- Acabado en negro
- Madera de bambú estantes laterales
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Con esta parrilla Kamado de cerámica Pit Boss K22, usted puede cocinar hasta un montón de deliciosas comidas en hierro fundido con facilidad con un gran 570 pulgadas cuadradas de superficie de cocción, que cuenta con un top Tamper para darle el control total de flujo de aire por lo que puede ajustar la temperatura de cocción perfecta. El lado de bambú plegable estantes ofrecen espacio de almacenamiento conveniente. La doble parrilla Tier proporciona aún más espacio para hacer la mayor parte de El calor encapsulado. Sobre dansons, Inc.Empresa familiar y correr, dansons tiene como objetivo proporcionar a sus clientes productos de clase mundial en una variedad de áreas. Se venden parrillas, Bulk industrial para máquinas de lubricación, y productos de alimentación para caballos. Están comprometidos a ofrecer productos de la alta calidad y tecnología innovadora para servir mejor a sus clientes. Para más información, visite http://www.dansons.com/. Tamaño: 46 W x 30d x 52h en.; 180 libras.. 570 cm² superficie para cocinar hamburguesas/35. Hecho de cerámica. Acabado en negro. Sólido bambú estantes laterales. Parrilla doble Tier.
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Like anything with use, you discover little things that can be improved on. For indirect cooking and smoking, a heat shield is a necessary accessory. To a lesser extent, so is a pizza stone. The Pit Boss specific heat stone is only available on their website. With shipping, it’s $70. I didn’t like the placement of the Pit Boss Heat shield as it rested directly below the lower grate making the lower grate somewhat unusable. I was looking for a better way to accomplish the same thing with greater flexibility and for less cost.
Here’s my solution. I purchased a replacement lower charcoal grate for a Weber charcoal grill for $11. This grate is pretty heavy duty. Next I purchased (6) 1½” x 1½” angles with some fasteners for $5. I fabricated a “Z” hanger using the angles and bent a crimp in the top leg to lock it into place. These hang at 3 different locations on the fire box and support the grate. Next I purchased a high quality ¾” thick 14” diameter Cordierite pizza stone. The stone sits on the grate and acts as a heat shield. It can also be used as for cooking pizza by repositioning it to the Pit Boss lower grate. In addition, remove the heat shield/pizza stone and place charcoal on the Weber grate for a quick grilling of hamburgers and the like. This works great, offers total flexibility with a total cost was less than $55 including the pizza stone.
I saw the PitBoss grill in CostCo. Examined it and noted several nice differences between it and the Big Green Egg. The Pitboss comes with all stainless steel hardware and bolts on the hinge and rings. No rusting. The air intake on the bottom has no lip so ashes can easily be removed. It comes with a hinged double deck grate so you can add charcoal without removing the grates. It has a cast iron firebox grate. It also has an ash removal tool and cover. The wheeled nest is very sturdy and has locking wheels. The side trays are nice wood and sturdy. I added some thick rubber and felt bumpers to the back of them as to not damage the ceramic when stowed.
All in all a great grill vs the Big Green Egg for 1/2 or less the cost.
There are some great tips on the other reviews to bring your smoker up to BGE level. I added a few strips of felt on the bottom slide, it took 1 minute and a few extra dollars of felt. It did the trick, air tight. I am also going to add some extra felt to the top portion of the grill, I noticed some smoke coming out. I did a few dry runs in controlling the temp between 250-275, I was very surprised how effortless it was. I Smoked ribs for a few hours at 275 and temp did not fluctuate more than a few degrees. So if you are someone frugal like me and want to have your beer drinking toys to, this is a good option to consider.
One last note, the packaging it came it was second to none. Sturdy hard corigated cardboard, well packed inside, very happy what I saw at first sight of inspection. I hope this gives
you some guidance on purchasing your new grill, whatever you choose I am sure you will be happy with it. And a added bonus, this grill comes with a cover, not sure if that was in the description.
Update: My husband has used this grill countless times, as we grill/smoke often. He says it has even temperature control, holds a steady temp for a long, long time. He LOVES it! It smokes flawlessly. I could not be happier!
It's harder to keep a low temperature than they let on. The lower vent is so loose and floppy that it lets in a lot of air even when fully shut. It's easily solved with a bit of hammering ... just to make the vent fit up against the grill more.
Works great for doing lots of burgers and dogs. Works awesome with my dutch oven. Smoking with it is pretty easy, too, once you get the low temp figured out.