Smoking is done in a roofed open space. We never start the smokehouse in closed rooms due to the emission of large amounts of smoke. We suggest roofed terraces at least 4 metres away from the nearest buildings (these are special precautions).
- The smokehouse must be connected to an operational, grounded outlet.
- A roofed space is needed mainly due to potentially changing weather conditions. Keep in mind that the smokehouse is an electrical device and it may fail if it comes into contact with rain.
- The place must be free of flammable materials.
- The smokehouse should be inaccessible to children due to high temperatures on the firebox casing.
- For full information, please refer to the user manual
a. After carefully reading the manual, assemble the firebox and the chimney.
b. The smokehouses are to be placed on a non-flammable flat surface.
c. Connect the power cord to the mains power source.
d. Put the prepared products inside the smoking chamber.
e. Fill the smoke pit with woodchips and cover the firebox.
f. Start the smokehouse by turning the switch that lights up and set the temperature on the controller.
g. Heat up the products inside the chamber.
h. Ignite the woodchips in the firebox through the air curtain.
i. Add woodchips during the smoking process as needed.
j. When the smoking process is finished, switch off the smokehouse and extinguish the embers in the firebox.
For more information, read the the user manual provided with the smokehouse.
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