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Traulsen Commercial Refrigerator build
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if that's a fridge then the spray foam polystyrene will need to be removed unless it will be strictly a cold smoking unit.
it will not hold up to smoker temps and runs the risk of the polystyrene shrinking or meiltng and catching on fire inside the walls.
The bad thing is the fan will dry out what ever you have in the smoker. Basically you would have a big dehydrator. I guess ideal if you want to smoke jerky and dried goods. Not good if you want to smoke other items.
If you need more heat then you may need to upgrade to a 220 element.
ah, yes you did. not sure how I missed that. your good to go. Lucky they use the same ploy formulation for cold as hot, its not usually the case.
Edited by nevrsummr - 12/29/15 at 6:48am