Originally Posted by Trumpstylz
the pbc holds rock steady temps b/c you put the exact same amount of the exact same charcoal in each time in a cooker with the exact same preset vents. he drum is also somewhat efficient. Therefore you get the exact same temp held out for an extended period of time. Powder coating and the like might have a little to do with it, but it can't be as big as the previous points.
Exactly what I was attempting to explain. Powder coating or not, there are other bigger factors at play. To me, even though it helps insulate it, the powder coating isn't the magic bean that makes the PBC hold temp so well.
I guess in the end it was never worth my time.
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