Greetings to all lovers of homemade products and those who just looked at the site in search of interesting ideas with which you can replenish your creative stock and take note of them for implementation. I am sure that the design, the manufacturing principle of which I will now try to describe, will definitely come in handy for you and will find its place in the summer cottage. As you understood from the title of the article, we will focus on the smokehouse. Agree that only different smoked meats that you can cook in this simple design, gathering to relax in a big company outside the city, at your favorite dacha, can compare with a juicy kebab and complement it.
< br>For the manufacture of the smokehouse, the author used two cylinders, one with a larger diameter, but short, the second narrower and more authentic. From what these cylinders, he does not specify (although the text refers to water heaters), but I think it will not be difficult to find something similar at the local scrap metal point. At the initial stage, I cut off unnecessary parts from the cylinders (pipes, fasteners). I cut off the bottom in both blanks.
At this stage, he made the bottom rack of the smokehouse. To do this, he used a disc from the tractor attachment, you can choose something suitable (similar) or make this part from sheet steel, if you have one. From the outside, I welded three sections of a round pipe to the disk, having previously cut them to the desired size, and trimming the ends at the desired angle. The finished part was primed and painted with black thermal paint.
Next, the author cut out a hole in the short cylinder (this will be the firebox) along the diameter of the long cylinder. The principle is simple, using a compass, we carry out the markup, arm ourselves with a grinder and go ahead. At the same time, do not forget to observe safety precautions.
Now you can start assembling the firebox. But before that, the author cut out a rectangular hole for the furnace door. Then the balloon (or is it no longer a balloon) was installed on the previously prepared bottom stand and welded around the entire circumference. After that, I welded the door onto the hinges – a previously cut piece.
Then the author set to work on the second balloon. An opening under the door was also cut out in it, this will be a smoking chamber. To cut everything neatly and neatly, he used masking tape. I glued it to the balloon and cut a rectangular piece along the lines. In the future, it will be used as a door, but at this stage the author did not install it, then you will understand why. Among the photos below there is a photo of the initial fitting.
Here we see the grates already installed in the smoking chamber. They were made from a notch (in my opinion it is called, although I may be wrong, correct in the comments). The author cut out circles of the required diameter and scalded them with a strip along the edge.
This is the final stage of manufacturing. At this stage, the author welded the door, in the process he used magnetic corners to expose the part to be welded evenly on the hinges (curtains). The grates were also welded into the smoking chamber. A section of chimney-pipe was welded on top. To fix the smoke chamber door in the closed position, I welded three latches.
At this stage, the author made a control test, I hope smoked meats turned out delicious.
That's all for me, if I like the idea, put the class and take note. Thank you all for your attention and see you next time visiting Samodelkin !!