100 lb. Electric Smoker

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$5,160.00

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Description

Our 100 lb. Stainless Steel Electric Smoker is constructed with the dedicated meat smoker’s needs in mind. Ideal for smoking brisket, sausages, small poultry, and fish.

Stainless Steel Construction
Made from 304 series stainless steel, the inside walls are constructed for increased durability. It’s insulated to ensure that the walls of the unit will never sag or allow the temperature to waver.

Adjustable Stainless Steel Legs
The electric smoker has fully adjustable stainless steel legs to make your new industrial smokehouse fit perfectly in your chosen location. Both the thermometer and the thermostat temperature control are situated in a protective stainless steel housing on the side of the unit for your convenience.

This smoker is fitted with 5 brackets for maximum smoking capabilities. The smoke generator and blower are built into the unit. The blower keeps the smoke out of the unit until it has properly thickened for efficiency, then evenly distributes it throughout the unit to impart the unique smoked flavor to all of your meat.

100 lb. Stainless Steel Electric Smoker Features:

  • 5,000 Watts
  •  220 Volt single phase
  • 18 amp Heating Element
  • Electric blower – 3,000 RPM, 60 CFM
  • Control & Sensor accuracy of +/– 5°F variation, Temp Range 50°-250°F
  • 2.5″ diameter dial thermometer, Temp Range from 40° -240°F

Specifications:

  • Inside Dimensions: 46 1/2″ H x 30 3/4″ W x 26″ D
  • Outside Dimensions: 82 3/4″ H x 45″ W x 30″ D
  • Net weight: 330 lbs.

Packages Include:

  • 6 V Sticks
  • Removable Shelving Brackets
  • Sawdust starter

Accesories: 3/4″ Stainless Steel Shelf for 100 lb. Smoker (Sold separately)

View the Digital Owners Manual(PDF)

Additional information

Weight 446 lbs
Dimensions 48 × 48 × 81 in

1 review for 100 lb. Electric Smoker

  1. Jim

    I run my shop with these smokers. They are without a doubt the best bang for your buck! I’ve used these smokers for the past 6 years and only have to replace parts every so often, but I use them HARD! We smoke in them twice per day most days. I have even won State Smoked Meats Competitions with these smokers, up against 80 – 90K smokers from other shops. I Have 2 currently and plan to buy 2 more. As a business these will pay themselves off within weeks vs the big name brands that may take years to pay down.

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Questions and answers of the customers

    regarding the 100# electric sausage smoker, is there a solution to make the copper tube blow more air. It seems the air flow is very very weak and I have to put bricks under the stainless steel sawdust bin to get any effect with copper tube. is this normal or has this design been updated or does it use a different blower now? thank you for your help.
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    Q regarding the 100# electric sausage smoker, is there a solution to make the copper tube blow more...... Read more answer now
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    You shouldn't want a high velocity blower, as that would affect the temperature

  2. Can this smoker be used inside a garage if vented to the outside thru the roof, or will it be too smoky inside?
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    Q Can this smoker be used inside a garage if vented to the outside thru the roof, or will it be too...... Read more answer now
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    We recommend our smokers be operated outdoors. Though there are many who have successfully installed indoors and vented with stove pipe.

  4. Is owners manual and wiring diagram available for this unit?
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    Q Is owners manual and wiring diagram available for this unit? answer now
    A I will email you the complete assembly and wiring instructions for this smoker.
  6. Wireing diagram for 100lbs smoker available ?
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    Q Wireing diagram for 100lbs smoker available ? answer now
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    I will email you our assembly and wiring pictorial for our 100 lb electric smoker.

  8. My smoker don't shutdown on the set temperature, it just keeps climbing
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    Q My smoker don't shutdown on the set temperature, it just keeps climbing answer now
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    You will most likely need to purchase a new CONTROL AND SENSOR #20-1025

  10. How can I aquire a new owners manual for the 100lbs stainless steel smoker?
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    Q How can I aquire a new owners manual for the 100lbs stainless steel smoker? answer now
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    I'll send you a owners manual via email.

  12. Where is the heater mounted
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    Q Where is the heater mounted answer now
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    Edward,

    I will forward you the info.

  14. How do you get the unit to smoke?
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    Q How do you get the unit to smoke? answer now
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    There is a sawdust box that is loaded with sawdust, a little bit of charring using an electric starter (included) will start the smoker. Then the sawdust box is placed into the lower section, there is copper tubing that redirects a small steady stream of air from the heater/blower to blow on and continue the smoldering/smoking process... the smoke then moves its way upwards into the smoking chamber. Hope this helps Dave.