Well, we have tried to keep all of the fires made in our braais as contained as possible inside the units. For example in the drum braai the fire is made on a raised grid which we call the fire grid and we ventilate the unit from the side via vent holes drill along the side of the drum.
On the Convector grill we have our fire contained in two baskets and with the addition of the new catch tray these are now positioned on top of the tray. This unit also has vents along the side for air flow and to allow a better under fire air flow.
The baskets can easily be moved to offer different cooking option, those being direct or indirect cooking which is used for different meals, like roasting or pizza cooking which use indirect while grilling requires direct heat under the meat.
The new tray offers the added option of easy removal of cooking ash and fats by simply removing the tray and emptying once the unit has cooled down.
With the larger units there are options to have ash boxes below the fires and also an ask flap to allow you to sweep the ashes through the flap and into a catch box under the unit.
If there is a risk of cross winds we have the option of a unit with a lid that can be closed down or alternatively a clip on wind deflector can be ordered to place around the fire which will lower the risak of sparks being blown around.
So what this means is that our braais are designed to contain the fire as much as possible and also offer easy removal and cleaning options after the braai and they are, if used properly, safe to use in sensitive areas where there is a risk of fires.
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