It is necessary to develop a consistent and simple temperature management plan for cooking on your Wood-Fired Charbroiler. This plan should be based on the most appropriate grill temperatures for your products. We have outlined the basic steps below to begin operating your Charbroiler.
Lump charcoal is a natural, carbonized product that burns at a higher temperature for a longer period of time than live coals from a natural wood fire of the same species. Using lump charcoal as the main source of heat simplifies grill temperature management.
You can load 15-20 lbs of lump charcoal to create 1 ½ - 2 hours of easily managed grill production temperatures.Lumped Charcoal Average Grill Temperatures for a Shallow Box Charbroiler
- 1-1 ½ inches live coals produces approximately 400-550 degrees
- 3 inches live coals produce approximately 600-650 degrees