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post #41 of 57
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Change of plans and just doing a concrete roof.



post #42 of 57
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Rear



post #43 of 57
Nice "poured in place'' beam.... Looks really good ....
post #44 of 57
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Ok, got rebar from filled cores bent over for 4/12 pitch roof. Added needed forms and poured roof today!!!!!




Edited by ElginPlowboy - 11/2/14 at 8:32pm
post #45 of 57

A smoke house that doubles as tornado shelter?

 

 

"Honey git de kids, deres a storm commin"

"But Pa we ain't got no root cellar"

"Go to the smoke house, de grub is better anyway"

post #46 of 57

I like this a lot.I dont fully understand it yet but that will come:biggrin:

Its probably tornado & earthquake proof with that amount of concrete,rebar & block.

It definitely fits into the new brick smoker forum. You have some great skills.

post #47 of 57
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Foamheart your hilarious. Moikel, I'm just building a smokehouse using no wood so no chance of fire and should last a really really long time.
Ok pulled off forms and pipe fitted up furnace control valve with my additional safety valve.




Edited by ElginPlowboy - 11/15/14 at 11:55am
post #48 of 57
EPB, morning... Now that is the correct way to build a Gas Fired Smoker... Safety First......

For our members sake, could you post a materials list with part numbers and maybe even cost, so they can see what it costs to go FIRST CLASS...

So you'll have a flame sensor, thermostat and what else in that beauty....

Dave
post #49 of 57
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Will try to post materials list when done:) disclaimer : wiring is dangerous do not mess with it if your not knowledgeable. Alright, base wiring schematic, an auber instrument pid 2362 as a thermal overheat cut off, primary smoking and temperature control with the auber smd-100 and a power loss relay along with a relay to turn standing pilot off when complete cycle and turn on a light in the house when done. Hope it makes a little sense. Informational purposes only, not responsible for your stupidity, no warranties expressed or implied.
Control board layout template
post #50 of 57
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Started cutting out panel pieces. Not too bad with a torch but warped the panel from heat. Oh well. card board template
post #51 of 57
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Holes cut, painted, pid's, lights, switches installed. Time to get to some wiring.
post #52 of 57
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Got some helpers with the wiring

post #53 of 57

LOL... does that control panel come with a service and operation manual?  <Chuckles>

 

You'll have to start giving classes.

post #54 of 57
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Lol, I wish it did. So does this look right so far?
Start

Getting closer. Need more terminal blocks and wire. The wifey is happy she likes spaghetti. Lol
post #55 of 57
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Wifey got me fancy labels printed up by the local trophy shop bridgefarmers. They came out really nice.

post #56 of 57
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Got standing pilot gas safety valve mounted. Gas burner roughed in. Control board mounted in box and wired up.
post #57 of 57

That is so nice.....   Poured in place roof..... safety controls.....    Don't get any better than that...  

 

Now for the smoke.....     ..:popcorn

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