VOLCANO TRI-FUELED GRILL burns Propane, Wood or Charcoal Briquettes
The versatility of the Volcano Grill makes it the last outdoor cooker you will ever need!
- Easily opens and closes
- Very compact – folds in on itself and the legs retract
- In closed position the unit is only 5″ high x 15.5″ in diameter
- Simply pull up on the handle and the entire grill pops open to 10.5″ high
- Unique heating chamber saves you fuel by channeling the heat upwards towards food
- Area surrounding grill is cooler, allowing you to cook with the grill on a variety of surfaces
- Designed to be portable, adjustable, and an efficient cooker and self-contained fire pit
- Stores easily in its carrying bag
- Ideal for emergency preparedness and camping
- Volcano Collapsible Grill
- Bottom Grate – for use with charcoal or wood, remove when using propane
- Diffuser Plate – place on top of propane burner for more even heat; if you like to grill with briquettes, place your briquettes on this for a better searing temperature
- Top Grill – approx. 13″ diameter – 144 square inches of cooking surface
- Propane Burner and Cradle – burner is 19,500 BTU’s
- Regulator Hose Assembly – hooks up to a 20lb propane bottle
- Chicken Stick – holds a match for easier lighting
- Wrenches – to connect/disconnect hose with burner
- Carrying Case – 500 denier nylon – holds everything; top pocket for grill storage
Set the stove on a level surface. Completely open the adjustable vents to allow the maximum air flow. The Propane Attachment Kit instruction manual will help you set-up the stove for use with propane. Place the fire source at the lip of the burner. (We recommend using a long barbecue style lighter; however matches, a lighter, etc. also works.) Slowly turn on the gas supply. The fire source will ignite the gas. A heat deflector plate is included which is designed to be placed directly on the burner cradle to assist in even heat generation. See more detailed instructions
Set the stove on a level surface. Begin with the adjustable vents fully opened to allow maximum air flow. We recommend placing the charcoal in a compact, single layer (12-24 briquettes max.) on the bottom grate. Apply a small amount of lighter fluid to each briquette and light. The briquettes should be ready to cook within 15 minutes.
Temp Control – The amount of heat produced is controlled – only when using briquettes and wood – by the adjustable air vent. With the vent in the open position, more heat is produced and the briquettes last for a shorter period of time. When the vent is in the closed position, less heat is produced and the briquettes last for a longer period of time.
Set the stove on a level surface. Completely open the adjustable vents to allow the maximum air flow. Place your wood fuel inside the heat chamber on the bottom grate and light.
Caution: Avoid filling the stove more than 1/4 full with wood. Filling the stove higher than 1/4 full may allow the flame to exceed the confines of the stove and produce excessive heat (see video). The flame should NEVER go out of the Volcano Grill. Excessive heat will cause damage to the stove and cooking surfaces, and cooking utensils.
- Weight = 26lbs
- Shipping dimensions 18 X 18 X 6
- 19.5″ diameter circle footprint when open
- 10.75″ height when open
- Made from cold rolled steel
- Designed in the USA
- Burner is 19,500 BTUs
- Patented cook chamber. U.S. Patent. #6314955