Charbroiler Model CB036
100% wood pellet Charbroiler. Cookshack's line of pellet fired Charbroilers adds smoked flavor to steaks, chops, chicken breasts and grilled salmon, while giving you the temperature control of a gas fired broiler.
|Cooking Capacity||12 oz Ribeye: 24 pcs., 11 oz NY Strip: 24 pcs., 8 oz Filet: 31 pcs., 8 oz Chicken Breast: 30 pcs., 4 oz Hamburger: 30 pcs.|
|Cooking Surface||Heavy duty cast iron grates 1 1/2" thick|
|Cooking Area||36x20"= 720 sq. in.|
|Temperature Settings||High: 700°, Medium: 500°, Low: 250°|
|Shipping Weight||570 lbs.|
|Included Equipment||6 cooking grates, grate removal tool, 2 drip trays, 3 heat deflectors, operator’s manual and 200 lbs. pellets|
|Pellet Usage||Average cost is $.50 per pound Low (250°F average temperature): 2 lbs. of pellets per hour Med(500°F average temperature): 4 lbs. of pellets per hour High (700°F average temperature): 6 lbs. of pellets per hour|
|Construction and Insulation||Double walled stainless steel intererior and exterior surrounding 850°F Spin-Glas Insulation keeping outside of the smoker cool to the touch.|
Ratings & Reviews
by Kevin's BBQ (Taiwan)
Needed to replace the grill I use for catering and found the char broiler when ordering my FEC. Boy does this thing blaze! Make sure to grab some long, insulated gloves with this cause the CB036 will melt the skin off your arms. And the smoke puffs out like a chimney at Christmas. So much smoke, I couldn't even look at the grates when opening the lid. Grilled 32 pound burgers in 5 mins, nice char, great flavor. If you need a new grill and have the space for it, just buy it. The first cook you do alone might set you in a bit of buyer's remorse at this price, but after your first cook off, you'll know why you bought it. If you cater, get two CB024 cause these things are huge. Probably can't fit this 36 into many elevators.
by Bryan Stewart
I just completed my first cook on my CB036 along with my 14 year old son. The best thing I can say is "save up your pennies and buy one, no questions asked". The Charbroiler produced the best steaks and shrimps I have ever done.
Cookshack your Charbroiler is a winner.