- 商品尺寸: 67.6 x 47.8 x 93 cm
- 商品重量: 38.6 Kg
- 发货重量: 38.6 Kg
- ASIN: B004EBTYCG
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Masterbuilt Propane Smoker 黑色 40 Inch
- Four chrome smoking racks and a stainless steel burner
- Extra-large capacity of 1,307 square inches of cooking space
- Gas control valve and spark igniter with Type 1 regulator and hose
- Porcelain-coated wood chip tray and water pan
- Push button ignition and a built-in temperature gauge
Masterbuilt GS40 Black Propane Smoker, 40-Inch
The rich, full flavor of slow-cooked food has been a staple of outdoor cookouts. The Masterbuilt 40-inch Extra Large Vertical Gas Smoker delivers smokehouse flavor as easy as grilling! This gas smoker come fully equipped with two doors, making adding woods chips or water easy and with minimal heat loss allowing you to have as much or as little smoky flavor you would like for your foods. This extra large smoker has over 1,300 square inches of total cooking space on four chrome cooking racks. This smoker also has 15,400 BTU’s with a stainless steel burner. With its convenient, built-in temperature gauge right in the door, you will always know the temperature of your food while it still cooks. The locking door design helps to keep the heat and smoky flavor inside. The push-button ignition makes start up easy. Whether you’re cooking pork, chicken, beef or seafood, the delightfully smoky aroma that permeates from the Masterbuilt 40-inch Extra Large Vertical Gas Smoker has a way of making friends and family flock around the smoker in the spirit of good times and good food!
尺寸: 40 Inch
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I want to move the smoker in between uses and there was no easy way to do it. So I added some simple swivel wheels. The legs didn't seem as stable as I would have liked while rolling it around so I had to reinforce them. I got some metal cut and fitted the pieces in between the legs. Then I spray painted the metal panels black, predrilled holes in the legs and secured them with rivets. The metal panels also helps with controlling the flame when it's windy outside. In my opinion this is how the smoker should come from the factory. I noticed other people build brick wind barriers but I wanted a more elegant solution. Check out my pictures.
On the tray for the wood chips, I added lava rock. It took me several smoking sessions to find the right amount. For me, a single layer of small sized lava rocks worked best. For wood, I bought chunks but I chop them into chips about the size of a stick of gum, and the thickness of a smart phone. Anything bigger gave me too many tempature spikes.
Some people feel that the door leaks too much smoke and installed a gasket. I didn't need to do this with mine. It does allow smoke to escape but it isn't enough to be a problem. The door latch is adjustable, so I think a simple tightening of it is all you need.
I grew up in a farming family where we had a true smokehouse. I was about 14-15 when a friend and I built a smoker out of an old refrigerator. I've used many smokers since then.
This is my second Masterbuilt. I recently gave my 15-20 year old Masterbuilt electric smoker to a friend. The wood chip drawer was pretty rotted out. The water tray had holes that I kept patching with aluminum duct tape. It was looking tired and old. We were moving into town from our rural home. That smoker served me well over countless hours.
I'm now really happy with a new 30 inch Masterbuilt propane smoker. The smoking area is about the same size as my old electric Masterbuilt.
ASSEMBLY. It took me between 1-1/2 to 2 hours to assemble the new smoker. It was very well packed. The illustrated instructions really didn't need any written directions. The text was written in English, French and Spanish. All the parts were there. Everything fit just perfectly. Only a #2 Philips screwdriver was needed for assembly.
SEASONING. I seasoned mine twice using leaf lard (pure rendered pork lard) that came from a local butcher shop. A pound cost me (US) $4.95 + tax.
I'm just finished my 2nd smoking with this smoker. I couldn't be happier.
Before seasoning, I filled the burner tray with 6 pounds of lava rock. It smokes wood chunks very well. As suggested in older posts, I purchased a cheap cast iron frying pan for the smoking chips/chunks. The lava rocks do a great job of smoking wood chunks. I don't think I'll be using the cast iron skillet.
I agree with the others that it needs wheels. It is heavy -- which is good. I would be reluctant to install casters on the bottom of the legs. I don't believe the legs would be strong enough to roll it over turf/lawn. I will probably weld a frame-stand using 1-1/2 or 2-inch angle iron, and install large casters or wheels to that frame.
As for the doors leaking smoke -- yes they do leak smoke. But, all of my smokers have leaked smoke. It isn't anything I can get excited about.
Because I will be using this smoker in reasonably protected areas, it shouldn't be subjected to wind gusts that could possibly blow out the flame. The burner is pretty well protected for moderate winds and gusts. At this time I would not add wind skirts to the legs.
I'm able to keep a reasonably constant temperature with mine, well within about +/- 5 F degrees. However, at about 75 F degrees ambient temperature, it doesn't go below about 200 F degrees at the lowest setting. No big deal for me.
Received Xmas 2013, used about 6-10x/year, not a lot of use. Went to use this year and suffered a catastrophic burner fail. Smelled the rubber gas hose burning and rushed to shut off tank. Melted hose, knob, marred front bottom. Cooking that day aborted. Diassembled bottom of grill and saw NO solid root cause or pilot error for the failure. Bought new hose/regulator assembly from Home Depot and reassembled. Went to use today and encountered same problem of flame blow back from the lower burner tube entry towards the valve/hose. That's bad. Know that all parts are screwed to a location, same location. We were able to see this problem emerge/saw flame direction to go bad and there is no apparent means to adjust anything to avoid it. Smoker sets not use able and am looking to replace with higher quality unit. Would like to fix as snoker box is good if possible. Need advice please.
Update 7/19: emailed customer service and let the know I read another 1 Star review that was exactly like what happened to me. Awaiting response.