Discussion in 'Propane Smokers' started by navyjeremy, Oct 15, 2009.
How do all of you gassers stop your chunks from catching ablaze, when smoking at high temps.
It depends on your definition of high temp? I smoke at about 230 or so not much higher then that. You can keep the high temp stuff with Le and his Uds. The next thing is I use chunks and chips in my chip pan so they don't caught fire. I have left my smoker for a few minutes and it got to 300 and the chips never caught fire so I don't know exactly wht your problem is. Do you have a chip pan?
I had my GOSM around 325 while smoking a whole turkey. What I did was just wrap the chunks in aluminum foil. I was just wondering if there was any other way.
When I do higher temp smokes on my GOSM I wrap my wood chunks in foil, poke a small hole and then put into my chip box - I found a bigger cast iron box and replaced the one that came with the unit. This seems to work fine.
My only fire (knock on wood). I believe I overloaded the chip box. I then went with the coffee can mod and have not had a fire since. I have also wrapped the can in foil on several occaasions to try it. Not sure if it made a difference or not. No fires either way.
i put dry chunks on top of coals in my gasser and haven't started a fire yet.......o you use a drip pan?