Composite Grease Catching Grill
All we know grease fire is bad for flavor and for health.
There are many discussions about grease fire and plans to avoid grease fire.
In a traditionally Rotisserie spit, it is suggested that coal is placed in two sides, not exact beneath the Rotissier. There is a pit that hog is placed just beside the fire, using reflecting fire to cook hog.
In a tradtionally offset wood pellet smoker, there a grease pan. In a vertical cabinet smoker, the water pan acts as a grease pan.
All above plans have this or that drawbacks. Even worse in many pits, grease fire is not avoidable.
This composite grill successfully avoids grease fire while keeping the smoke/heat distribution evenly. The base element collects grease dripping from upper element. Smoke and Heat can flow evenly through gaps between base element and upper element. The gaps can be adjusted by 4 bolts.
Composite Grill, Made from 1.5 mm Stainless Steel, 20"x14" US$60.
Any size is available at request
Last two pictures are rotisserie with two rods instead of single axle.
Double rods Rotisserie is much easy to hold your food, say a hog.
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