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Have questions about BBQ fans? See if they're answered below!
What should fan output on BBQ be?
A barbecue is designed to get extremely hot (enough heat to prepare a branding iron, or at least cook a lot of meat), and it burns wood and charcoal, which produce a large amount of smoke. Even in an outdoor kitchen, you need a high-power fan to clear all of this exhaust, lest it pool around your garden or patio.
Your search for great ventilation is over - World CopperSmith BBQ fans come in 1200 or 2300 CFM, for standard or large BBQ setups, encompassing any domestic outdoor kitchen requirements. If you're unsure which option is right for you, ask our customer service, they'll be happy to help with any questions you have.
What is the best way to clean fan grates above BBQ?
Barbecues can make a special Christmas gift or present for a multitude of occasions, but without proper care, they can become dirty and their function is impeded. Thankfully, World CopperSmith BBQ fan liner baffle filters are machine washable, simplifying your cleaning routine. Simply remove the filters and run them through a dishwasher. Once air-dried, the filters are ready to be re-installed.
For the liner itself or other parts of your hood, you can purchase CopperSmith's stainless steel cleaner. As one of the nation's leading sellers of kitchen ventilation equipment, we're proud to offer national shipping for all of our products. Just read our reviews for testimonies of our service and product quality.
How do you use air vents on a BBQ?
Typically, there are two sets of vents on a BBQ, one underneath and one above. The bottom vents control the flow of oxygen into your BBQ, which can affect the heat of the flame, while the top vent or cover will trap smoke and heat during cooking (or allow it to escape depending on the cooking you're doing).
Eventually, the exhaust must go somewhere, and that's why one needs a properly functioning ventilation system. Join our email list to get the best deal possible, so when you checkout you can be sure you'll pay the best price possible for this premium outdoor kitchen filtration service.
Do you leave vents open when grilling?
Whether you open the vents underneath your grill while cooking will depend on the specific grill used and the type of cooking you're doing, as some dishes need to be cooked at a higher temperature or have the smoke sealed in.
Even if you are closing your vents during grilling, the produced exhaust will have to be released at some point. In the description of our BBQ fans, you can find technical details as to how our products effectively capture and filter this exhaust so that it doesn't pollute your kitchen space.