Now Aussies can use a Top Quality Australian made
Stainless Steel Cold Smoking machine $180+gst (5kg shipping weight).
Use your own pump or Select our powerful 36ltr/min adjustable Pump in the Drop Down Menu. You can also select several great Add Ons. Small Wood Chips work best, but larger Chips also work if you poke them down occasionally. Light it with a Butane Blowtorch or a small Propane Torch nozzle that fits inside the starter holes.
Other Wood Chips are available separately here:- AUSSIE WOOD CHIPS
We can send your Selections for $22 to Metro
Postcodes, Non Metro may cost extra.
You can also do an In-Person Pickup from our Warehouse at 58 Frankston Gardens Dr. Carrum Downs M-F 8-5. Sat 8-4.
For $180 you get:-
- Our STAINLESS STEEL LOGO COLD SMOKER MACHINE. 40cm Tall 26cm Wide 11cm Deep. Threaded outlet pipe 25mm W 150mm long.
- LID WITH TIMBER SEAL INSERT. The wood seal gets coated and sealed with creosote on 1st smoke.
- FOLDED STAINLESS STEEL WOOD CHIP FLOOR. To empty ash out, simply tip Smoker upside down.
- 600mm 10mm PUMP AIR HOSE. Connects air pump to Smoker.
- 800mm orange PIPE CLEANER to clear air pipe. Clear creosote out of narrow steel air pipe.
- SS BASE BRACKET & BOLTS. The Machine Base can sit on a shelf, or be bolted to a BBQ, old Fridge, Smoker Cabinet, Smoker Shed, or Wine Barrel.
Our Cold Smoker Machine was Blue Printed,
Engineered and Laser Cut in solid Stainless Steel by a Professional local
Engineering Shop. They analysed the current Cold Smoke Generators on the market
like The Butch, Aussie Smoke Bloke, UFO, and Smoke Daddy Big Kahuna, Cold Smokers, and fixed all the problems that users have experienced with them.
OPTIONAL CONDENSATION TRAP (Patent Pending) - this is genius, it captures the moisture from the hot smoke and drips it down into the black pipe trap. This is Liquid Smoke and can be used in BBQ Sauces. Creates dry smoke for smoking salts and cheeses.
Prob 1:- Most Lids glue shut with creosote
and get hot.
- Our SS lid is loose fit and has an insert of timber hanging underneath to seal the chamber and prevent smoke and condensation coming up and dripping down the outside staining the Stainless Steel, the insert also contains the heat and prevents the lid from getting hot.
Prob 2:- Metal handles get hot.
- Our handle is a solid SS tube that is kept cool by the air pumping through it.
Prob 3:- Wood Chips usually sit on a steel fly screen floor that contorts and burns through, and falls out when tipping ash out.
- We have a solid perforated SS folded floor base that supports the Chips above, it sits under the air pipe and won't fall out.
Prob 4:- Thin air pump tubes are usually inserted into the Cold Smoker but they get hot, stiff and brittle.
- Our air hose is larger diameter and stronger quality and attaches firmly to the outside of the air inlet pipe.
Prob 5:- Smoke outlet pipes are usually welded on and cannot be removed to clean out the buildup of black creosote tar that blocks airflow.
- Our SS outlet pipe is threaded and can be loosely screwed on. It can be easily unscrewed and tar can be scraped out with a screwdriver, or burnt out with a blowtorch.
Prob 6:- Many Cold Smoke Generators produce thin streams of smoke because of using a thin steel air pipe.
- We used larger diameter SS tubing that produces a large fat smoke stream.
Prob 6:- The air pumps usually supplied with Smoke Generators are too small and gutless and cannot be adjusted.
- Our large heavy duty air pump is adjustable from 1-36ltrs per min and will fill a 20ft Container on full blast!
Prob 7:- Air Pumps usually have to be turned on/off at the power point.
- Our pump turns off when dial turned to 0.
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
- Scrub scratches and stains off with a green Scotch Brite scourer pad only. Harsher scourers make nasty scratches.
- To clear out built up black sticky creosote from narrow steel air pipe: poke orange pipe cleaner through.
- To clear out built up black sticky creosote from large steel outlet pipe: Unscrew pipe, if stuck, heat screw end with blowtorch and scrape out tar with screwdriver or paddle pop stick. I use a blowtorch to burn out tar into powder.