Mt. Shuksan, Deep-Box Charbroiler
Daily Charbroiler Operation
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 to begin operating your Charbroiler.
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The Mt. Shuksan Charbroiler and wood burning grill features a "heat sink" style firebox; cast from dense, durable high-temperature ceramic. The firebox is contained within a heavy-duty, insulated, stainless steel cabinet. The Mt. Shuksan is designed to store and radiate heat evenly. The wood burning grill is composed of 6" x 24" sliding cast iron grates which rest on a warp-resistant, stainless steel frame. The grates slope upward toward the back of the firebox, to allow easier grilling. A relatively small amount of fuel (seasoned hardwood or hardwood charcoal) will keep the entire firebox saturated with heat, which is evenly radiated up to the grill surface. There are no ash dropouts or vents in the firebox, so "fuel-wasting" airflow is minimized. An experienced solidfuel grill operator will be impressed by the even heat delivery and fuel-saving design of the Mt. Shuksan.
A unique lift-up door shields from the fire's heat while still allowing easy access to the firebox. The unit comes standard on 4 heavy-duty, swiveling casters (2 with locking brakes).
Specs & DWGs
Mt. Shuksan Spec Sheet
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Cooking & Operation
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