The convection fan system is incorporated into the design of the unit to give a higher degree of consistency to the products you are cooking. With the circulation of both heat and smoke, the product cooks more evenly and similar cuts of meat can finish at the same time. Also, less wood is required because of the circulation of the smoke.
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What is a convection fan system?
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