Reverse Flow Help

Discussion in 'Reverse Flow' started by sawruff, Apr 30, 2010.

  1. sawruff

    sawruff Fire Starter

    HELLO ALL in a reverse flow the plate inside the cooker does it have to be flat or the v type or can it be like a c channel thats whats is going in mine right now its a 1/2'' truck frame and why are they the v type
  2. bbally

    bbally Master of the Pit OTBS Member

    Depends on how large a cooker you are talking about? I actually prefer flat plate.
  3. garyt

    garyt Smoking Fanatic

    In mine there is a piece of angle Iron in the middle, welded to two plates on either side. the angle is welded in like a v and is a grease drain, so it does have a slight slope to it. It is attached to a pipe which runs down and out of the bottom of the cooker, I put a small pail under it to collect grease.
  4. danielh

    danielh Meat Mopper

    exactly how i'm doing mine
  5. sawruff

    sawruff Fire Starter

    well its not done all the way fire it up where should i put the stack with a reverse flow at grate level where is or what
  6. randya

    randya Meat Mopper SMF Premier Member

    I did the same as garyt. I like to have the grease drain out into an bucket. Make sure you show the pictures. Good luck!
  7. sawruff

    sawruff Fire Starter

    will here it is my frist one did not like what come out   the next one coming


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