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Reverse flow smoker using charcoal

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I have a work functiom next week i will be cooking a god bit of hot dogs and ham burgers. I am planning on uaing a 250 gal RF smoker i built. Everything is 1/4" on smoker. I have alwaya used wood on my smoker but would rather not use smoke on the burgers and dogs. Would putting a layer of hot coals on the RF plate damage it? The welds are very strong but i would like others input on this or if anyone has any experience. Thanks
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I would think the short amount of time it would take to cook a burger or hotdog. They would not get that smokey.
You also could put charcoal on a grate in the bottom of your cooking area and cook them that way.
post #3 of 5

I wouldn't think it would damage 1/4" steel.

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I would think it would be fine.The only thing is you might need to re-season the plate after you cook.And how close will your coals be to your burgers,could be a flare up problem.I believe I'd fire the old girl up with oak and get my temps up around 400/450 and keep a good size bed of coals.You might just cook the best burgers  and dog ever.good luck.

post #5 of 5

i have a lang smoker ( a stick burner) that i have put a charcoal in it does not hurt it at all.

dannylang

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