Smoke-N-Hot Pro Grill
The all in one affordable cooking center!
If you�۪re in need of a new grill you can count on the
team at Discount Hearth to offer a wide range of affordable products, including
the Smoke N Hot Pro Pellet Grill (Black)! This grill comes with so many
features that make the barbequing experience that much more fun and rewarding.
It has built-in digital controls, a push button ignition, and even a meat probe
for additional control over the cooking process. This grill offers so many advantages
over a standard gas grill, and we know you won�۪t be anything but impressed by
its performance. Order your Smoke N Hot Pro Pellet Grill (Black) today, and
contact us if you would like any additional information!
Digital Controls ��� Standard! - Control your grill from a smoking low of 180� to a Smoking Hot sear of 650� with just the push of a button. Optional dual probe digital control is available.
Push a button ��� cook a perfect meal! The Smoke-N-Hot digital control is the heart of the grill, allowing you to become a master backyard chef. Simply push the button to start the grill, then set it to the temperature you want to cook at. Looking to smoke a juicy, tender brisket? Just push the smoke button and your grill will hover at 220�. Want to sear a mouth watering ribeye? Just boost the temperature to 600�. Whatever special recipe you have, you can set the temperature anywhere from 180� to 600� and cook perfect meals, every time.
Meat Probe ��� Standard! - For added control of meat temperature, we've added a Meat Probe device which is electronically synched to the Digital Controller. It provides "meat temperature feedback" to the controller to allow it to assess the temperature of the meat for more exact cooking.
While we've always had the most advanced electronic grilling mechanism in the industry, we've found a way to improve upon it by adding a feature that make it practically impossible to "kill" a piece of meat if you go inside, or get distracted for a few minutes while grilling (and we all know that can happen!) We call it the "Meat Probe Set Reach" feature and what it does is put the grill into idle or "Smoke" mode at 180 degrees once the set temperature has been reached. Yup... we think of everything!
Gas Grill vs Smoke-N-Hot Pellet Grill
Smoke-N-Hot Pellet Grill
|Little to none|
BBQ wood pellets transfer their smokey aroma to the food and are available in a variety of flavorful selections.
|Painted metal surface bakes food onto surface, attracts carbon buildup, and overtime will start to corrode corrode||Smoke-N-Hot is made with a porcelain enamel coating which creates a smooth durable surface that is easy to clean and will not corrode|
|Gas grills are designed to only cook with direct heat.||Smoke-N-Hot offers grilling, baking, smoking, and high temp searing capabilities.|
About the Smoke-N-Hot Pro
- 52"W x 45"H x 32"D
- Digital Controls
- Stainless steel combustion module
- Porcelain enamel body parts
- 2 side shelves
- Rear mounted pellet hopper
- 718 square inch cooking area
- All metal sure-shear auger system
- Easy Assembly
Full cart and shelf included, along with wheels and leg levelers
5-Year warranty (2-year on electrical components)
Smoke-N-Hot Pro ��� 24"
Push a button - cook a perfect meal���we take the guess work out of grilling! The Smoke-N-Hot digital control is the heart of the grill, allowing you to become a master backyard chef. Simply push the Smart Start to start the grill, then set it to the temperature you want to cook at. Looking to smoke a juicy, tender brisket? Just push the smoke button and your grill will hover at 220�. Want to sear a mouth watering rib eye? Just boost the temperature to 600� . Whatever special recipe you have, you can set the temperature anywhere from 180� to 600�.
What makes Porcelain Enamel so special?
Porcelain is actually glass fused to metal. The result is very smooth durable surface that will not corrode. This makes clean up easy and your grill a life time value. Clean up is a snap with the easy to clean burn pot, just pull it out and empty it and the cooking surface is also easy to clean; all due to the enamel coating.
Nothing imparts flavor like pellet grilling. Amaze your friends, family and neighbors as you cook up perfect, delicious, juicy meals time and time again, whether it be ribs, chicken, roasts, steaks, fish...you name it. With the Smoke-N-Hot, grills unique Flavor Intensifier system you can be assured you have the finest grill in its class.
Nothing imparts flavor like pellet grilling!
Amaze your friends, family and neighbors as you cook up perfect, delicious, juicy meals time and time again, whether it be ribs, chicken, roasts, steaks, fish... you name it.
With a Smoke-N-Hot, you can be assured you have the finest grill in its class.
In case you're wondering exactly what is "pellet power", here is a quick Q & A on the topic:
Pellet Facts Courtesy of the Pellet Fuel Institute. More info can be found on their website.
- What are pellets?
Pellet fuel is a renewable, clean-burning and cost stable home heating alternative currently used throughout North America. It is a biomass product made of renewable substances generally recycled wood waste. There are approximately 1,000,000 homes in the U.S. using wood pellets for heat, in freestanding stoves, fireplace inserts, furnaces and boilers. Pellet fuel for heating can also be found in such large-scale environments as schools and prisons. North American pellets are produced in manufacturing facilities in Canada and the United States, and are available for purchase at fireplace dealers, nurseries, building supply stores, feed and garden supply stores and some discount merchandisers.
In short, pellet fuel is a way to divert millions of tons of waste from landfills and turn it into energy.
The Smoke-N-Hot Rear Mounted Pellet Hopper holds an easy to load 23 lbs. of pellets that's ONE FULL BAG of pellets providing hours of uninterrupted cooking time.
- What is biomass fuel?
Cordwood, wood pellets, wood chips, waste paper, along with dozens of other agricultural products and by-products capable of being used for energy, are all examples of biomass fuel. The most compelling principle of biomass is that it is renewable. The remarkable consistency and burn efficiency of pellet fuel produces a fraction of the particulate emissions of raw biomass. Pellet burners feature the lowest particulate matter emissions of all solid fuels burners. Given the proper Sustainable Forest Initiatives and agricultural management, biomass is virtually limitless, and has proven to be price stable in comparison with fossil fuels.
The majority of North America's forest is second-growth, and requires periodic treatment in order to address forest health and fire mitigation. A tremendous amount of unusable material remains on the forest floor after such treatment. This material is rejected by high-end wood product manufacturers but is a perfect resource for commercial pellet manufacturers.
By engineering crops and waste such as cornstalks, straw, and residual forest waste, pellets can utilize millions of tons of waste and put them to work.
Many pellet manufacturers take by-products (like wood waste) and refine them into pencil-sized pellets that are uniform in size, shape, moisture, density and energy content. Why not simply burn raw biomass? First, the moisture content of pellets is substantially lower (4% to 8% waterâ€“compared to 20% to 60% for raw biomass). Less moisture means higher BTU value and easier handling especially in freezing situations with green raw biomass materials. Second, the density of pellet fuel is substantially higher than raw biomass (40 lbs. per cubic foot verses 10-25 lbs. per cubic foot in raw material form). More fuel can be transported in a given truck space, and more energy can be stored at your site. Third, pellets are more easily and predictably handled. Their uniform shape and size allows for a smaller and simpler feed system that reduces costs. This high density and uniform shape can be stored in standard silos, transported in rail cars and delivered in truck containers.
- Benefits of Pellets
There are numerous benefits achieved by utilizing pellet fuel, including economical and environmental. Pellet fuel is utilized in a varied settings and applications, such as home heating appliances and large scale boilers in commercial operations.
- There are an estimated 1,000,000 residences/businesses in the U.S. currently heating with pellets.
- A typical homeowner uses 3 tons of pellets per heating season at a cost of about $825. At an average retail price of $250/ton, pellets offer a fuel cost per million BTU of $19.05. To offer a fuel cost of $19.05 per million BTU, # 2 fuel oil and propane would have to be priced at $2.05/gal and $1.36/gal, respectively! (Fuel Value Calculator, USFS, 2008)
- One ton of wood pellets has the energy equivalency of 2.8 barrels of #2 fuel oil. (Energy Information Administration)
- Direct thermal conversion of 3 million tons of wood pellets displaces the equivalent of almost 8.5 million barrels of #2 fuel oil. That is 356 million gallons! (Energy Information Administration)
- Direct thermal conversion of pellets has an efficiency level of approximately 80%.
- Pellet stoves have extremely low particulate emissions due to their high burn efficiency and the density of the fuel (<1 gm/hr). (Environmental Protection Agency)
- Every ton of pellets used vs. oil reduces CO2 emissions by about 1.5 tons. Total emissions offset this year will be nearly 4.5 million tons of CO2.
- Pellet distribution costs less than the cost of distributing wood chips.
- Wood pellets have a fossil energy ratio (net energy output/fossil energy used) of 12:1. (Net Energy Value Study, University of Wisconsin Green Bay)
- As of 2009, pellet manufacturing directly employs approximately 2,300 people in the U.S. and supports thousands of industry-related jobs in fields such as transportation and logging. (North America's Wood Pellet Sector, Spelter & Toth, 2009)