Got my new toy in this morning...
Todd is the greatest!!!
Have a great day!!!
Yup, it's a new product...Several folks have been test driving it for awhile.
I don't know what he has ready to go...I whined and begged real good.
Yup,he sells dust...real nice dust to by golly.
Ain't no gonna about that ....I already do!!! hahahahahahhahaha
I have a ton of leftovers so I won't be cranking it up for a few days..
It might get its first run when we smoke K-Dogs bacon..
Awwww man, I was hoping they would be on sale by now. I emailed him with a product idea (basically this same product minus the pellets) and have been waiting for it to come out ever since. No I didn't think of this product. My design was to about the same but it was to keep the dust from jumping rows.
It performs better at high temps. It will also work for cold smoking but it was designed to eliminate row jumping.
I have to agree about loving Todd... If I wasn't totally into liking women Todd would be in my top 3... LOL! I got a solid 8+ hour smoke out of mine and it only uses a pound of pellets. Love it! Works even better then envisioned. Happy Smoking, Smokin - K
Like some already said Al, plus:
The only weakness the AMNS (Dust) ever had was the possibility of the fire jumping through interior walls of the Maze. This could happen at about 200˚, and the hotter it gets, the more chance of it happening. When the fire jumps rows, the more walls it jumps through, the more different directions, in different rows, the fire travels, causing too much smoke for a short time, & causing early burn out.
The AMNPS (pellets) eliminates this problem. I know Todd has tested it up to 275˚ (top end for MES), and no jumping rows.
You can use an AMPS (pellets) for low heat smokes too, but since I have one of each, I like to use the (dust) AMNS for under 180˚ smokes, and the AMNPS for any smoke over 180˚.
I look at it like this----I can use my .308 Winchester for squirrels, but since I also have a 22 cal, I use it.
I might use the AMNPS with dust, just for a test, especially if Todd wants me to, but I think there will be plenty of guys testing it, now that it has been perfected.
Can't wait to see it in action, I'm out if bacon too
Does not jump rows at higher temps
New divider design keeps the hottest part of the rows apart, without restricting airflow.
Pellets are more stable at higher temps
Pellets produce more smoke than sawdust
Pellets are more accessible to customers
5 3/8" wide, so it fits on the rails of the 30" MES