Open Grill Cabin 14.9
OPEN GRILL CABIN FOR YOUR LEISURE TIME
A combination of scandinavian style and natural wood allows you to enjoy a cozy BBQ house. Due to its design and easy assembling the hut is extremely mobile and can be built in your garden, yard or campsite. This cottage will not endanger the landscape. The Grill cabin has an enclosed wall at the back, protecting against the wind. The open front allows you to enjoy the view and be in the fresh air.
- Wall - floor - roof panels from spruce;
- 6 support wooden pillars;
- Inside grill with cooking platforms;
- Table around the grill;
- Two windows;
- 5 benches inside ( fixing to the wall);
- Adjustable chimney
Open Grill Cabin walls are made of rounded spruce boards. The support columns in front can be of two types: round and square. A roof is made of eight elements and covered with bitumen shingles (different colors can be selected: red, green and black). And there is a small porch with a roof at the entrance. Cabins are made from North spruce wood. North spruce is typically a creamy white, with a hint of yellow and/or red. Norway Spruce has a fine texture. Wall thickness is 45 mm.
The standard set includes a barbecue grill. There is a convenient wood- or charcoal-fired grill with a table around it inside the cabin. Also one adjustable cooking platform and two special platforms for a kettle, frying pan, etc. can be found. Above the grill there is an adjustable chimney.
The surfaces of the new product that are in direct contact with the flames may create smoky smell while warming up using your grill for the first time. All metal grill details are covered with Temal 400 paints. The paint does not consist of unhealthy compounds and no chemicals hazardous to health are released during heating. It’s also bears dry heat up to 400 degrees centigrade. Some splitting and burning of the paint is normal, because in the long run the paint does not bear the heat of the flames.
Please note, that the grill may have sharp edges and the steel parts of the grill heats up when the fire is firing, therefore the are risk to harm or burn yourself. We suggest to use natural materials, starter cubes or a little of lighter fluid with small dry birch logs for lighting the fire. To make a fire lighting more easier and to ensure that the grill is getting enough air, open the damper and keep the door open as well.
The bigger logs can be added when the fire is burning well. Choose a non-sparking wood type; avoid using spruce or aspen and wood covered with bark. We advise to use logs with max length 300 mm. To get good ember we advise to add some charcoal as well. In order to achieve optimal ember, regulate the ventilation with opening and closing the damper. Sufficient fresh airflow is most essential aspect of smoke exhaustion. At least as much fresh air should come in as goes out with the smoke. If the grill is smoking open the door of the cabin and make sure that the wood is dry or not bark covered. Provide additional dry wood if needed. Remove coals and ashes from the fireplace after they have cooled down.
You should not forget that wood is a natural material, it change move depending on weather conditions. Large and small cracks, color tone differences and changes, as well as a changing structure of wood are not errors, but a result of wood growing and a feature of wood as a natural material. Natural wood (not impregnated) becomes grayish after having been left untouched for a while, and can be turn blue and become moldy. You should immediately process them with wood impregnations to protect the wooden details of our produced products.
We definitely recommend that you process the windows with a wood impregnation agent, and do it namely both inside and outside, because the windows can become twisted. In general, we recommend for the conclusive finishing a weather protection paint that will protect wood from moisture and UV radiation after the house is assembled. Consult a specialist regarding paints suitable for unprocessed softwood and follow the paint manufacturer’s instructions. Your grill cabin life time will be much longer after having properly painted. We recommend that you inspect the house thoroughly once every six month.
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