Ole Hickory Pits are equipped with features that substantially reduce the fire hazard associated with conventional barbecuing methods. The location of the firebox prevents the fire from coming in direct contact with flammable meat and fat dripping. The burner, which controls the cooking temperature, is connected to an Upper Limit Control Switch. If the temperature inside the pit exceeds 350 degrees the Upper Limit Control Switch shuts off the burner automatically; thus, greatly reducing fire hazard.
- Are Ole Hickory Pits listed for sanitation, gas and electric?
- Can I install an Ole Hickory Pit indoors through a wall?
- Do I have to burn wood?
- Does the burner require L.P. or Natural Gas?
- How can Ole Hickory Pits reduce meat cost?
- How can Ole Hickory Pits save labor cost?
- How do I clean an Ole Hickory Pit?
- How do I know which model I need?
- How economical are Ole Hickory Pits to operate?
- How is temperature regulated?
- Is training required to operate an Ole Hickory Pit?
- What is the Ole Hickory Pits return policy?
- What about electrical requirements?
- What about safe operation?
- What do you mean by Wood Burning Barbecue Pits?
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- What types of wood can I use?
- Why should I buy an Ole Hickory Pit?
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