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    FIREWALL Charcoal divider

    This looks interesting.

    https://malorycookware.com/products/...m_content=copy

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    #2
    That is interesting. I assume the divider is notched. I wonder if airflow is negatively restricted compared to a standard charcoal grate?

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      #3
      It looks like a useful accessory.

      As an aside: Weber kettles have the reputation of offering huge bang-for-the-buck value… they also have an incredible number of accessories, such as rotisseries, Santa Maria adapters, smoker conversions, S&S, etc etc etc. By the time you’re done, you might as well have bought a nice offset instead!

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        #4
        I agree. That thing is heavy duty. 22.5 pounds and built to last!

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        • Attjack
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          And less than $100.

        #5
        That is a clever design. The only concern I have is with the size of the slots / openings. I can't tell by the image what the gap is but estimate it to be less than 1/2 inch (12mm) . I made a gizmo for my kettle and the slots of 10mm is not ideal. The problem is the build up of ash. My contraption works but with a wider slot would be a lot better.

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        • TripleB
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          Good question based on experience. I contacted the manufacturer and asked that question.

        • TripleB
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          The slots are just over 1/2 inch, so .6". That equates to a little more than 15 mm.

        • holehogg
          holehogg commented
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          TripleB thanks for feedback. That should do the trick. I really like the versatility of the divider.

        #6
        Just more stuff to buy.

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