Portable Smoker

(1 customer review)

Portable Smoker

With the versatility and capacity of our portable smokers, they are a caterer’s and cook-off competitor’s dream. Just like our portable grill with firebox, each trailer comes equipped with a wire basket to hold your wood, a place for your ice chest, and a water cooler holder. You can smoke meats, as well as other foods, in both the horizontal and the vertical chamber. The offset firebox can be used as a grill and the warming plate on top helps keep sauces warm. Need more flames for cooking beans and the like?  Add on a fish fryer burner or two.  A large cleanout door and removable wood/charcoal grate in the firebox makes for easy cleanup which lets you get ready for your next event.  All of our smokers are made of new, ¼” pipe and are hand-welded. These smokers are mounted our trailers which use a “Torflex” axle and 15″ tires and wheels. They are equipped with lights, a 2″ bull-dog coupler and a castor jack. Other accessories are available upon request.

20″ x 40″ Portable Double-Lid Smoker with Firebox  $3590

24″ x 48″ Portable Double-Lid Smoker with Firebox  $4720

24″ x 72″ Portable Triple-Lid Smoker with Firebox  $5075

Dimensions:

20” x 40” 24” x 48” 24” x 72”
Overall Height 90” 90” 90”
Overall Width 72” 72” 72”
Overall Length 143” 160” 180”
Weight (lbs) 1350 1800 2000

 

Portable smoker with firebox comes with cook surface grates for the horizontal smoke chamber and the firebox, a rib rack in the horizontal smoke chamber, three removable shelves and hanging rod in the vertical smoker, a wood/charcoal bottom grate for the firebox, and a clean out tool.

Additional options include:
Temperature Gauge – $40.00
Wood/Charcoal Grate for Grill Section – Price varies depending on size
Fish Fryer Add on – $440

Category: Product ID: 1306

Description

FEATURES:
· New 1/4″ steel chamber and lid with flange seals
· Large cleanout door with butterfly intake draft and stack damper
· Offset firebox with warming plate
· Removable steel bottom grate for firebox
· Grated steel cook surfaces for horizontal smoke chamber and firebox
· 8″ rib rack/shelf in horizontal smoke chamber
· Three grated steel shelves in vertical smoke chamber
· Two hooks and a removeable hanging rod in vertical smoke chamber
· Solid hardwood handles on lids
· Grease drain with 1” threaded nipple and hook for grease bucket
· Single axle trailer
· 15″ wheels and tires
· 2″ bulldog coupler and castor jack
· Running lights
· Expanded metal basket for wood and/or ice chest storage
· Water cooler holder
· High heat paint
· Temperature gauge port for smoke chamber on each lid
· Clean-out tool for ash removal

1 review for Portable Smoker

  1. Michael Harwig

    I purchased my smoker while trying to rent one for a event in Round Rock Texas. I bought and seasoned the Smoker on Sept 27 2016. The notes on my first cook are this. Sometimes a smoker is just a smoker and sometimes it is a magical thing that truly cook’s beautifully with little effort as luck would have it this one is such a smoker. The first brisket out of this baby had Texas BBQ snobs drooling at the meats coming off of her. She’s a special one and needs a name. It is now three years later and still happy with her. I just did a cook for Saddles in Service and it was perfect the only thing I would change on this is making a brass Lyfe Tyme Plate instead the stickers you could use this as a name and serial number plate.

    • marsha

      Thank you so much. We appreciate your comments and will take that suggestion into consideration

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