Traeger® Wood Pellet Cook Grills

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Traeger® Wood Pellet Cook Grills

The very first time you cook on a Traeger wood pellet cook grill, you'll know, without a doubt, you made the right decision. Traeger Wood Pellet grills are individually handcrafted from flat steel to finished grill. You're supporting Americans producing a totally Made In America product. Tarheel Wood Treating now offers these fine Traeger grills to those who would like an alternative to cooking.

Taste: Food cooked on a Traeger pellet grill tastes better than food cooked on gas or charcoal grills. A wood fire is a more natural, healthier way to cook.

Smoker: Absolutely the best smoker you can own. Cook gourmet smoked foods in your own backyard. Hardwood smoke penetrates the food, adding tremendous flavor.

Saftey: Far safer than either gas or charcoal grills. No gas leaks or smoldering briquettes to worry about. Fire safety officials love Traeger grills!

Auto-Start System: Automatically lights the pellets every time you turn on the electrical power switch. You're cooking in just minutes! No Flare-ups: Our exclusive, patented E-Z Grease Drain System transports grease drippings out of the cooking chamber into a galvanized catch bucket. There's less chance of frustrating flare-ups developing, while you cook.

Versatility: Your pellet grill is four appliances in one ... smokes, barbecues, grills, and bakes! The three position cooking control switch lets you cook anything in a Traeger!

Healthier Cooking: Cooking on a pellet grill adds zero fat, cholesterol or calories to your food. Indirect cooking systems are recommended by the National Cancer Institute because they produce less benzopyrene.

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Traeger Deluxe Grill BBQ 100

This is the wood pellet-fired barbecue that started the revolution, now with new design features to provide the best in looks and value in outdoor cooking. You'll love the new "Black Gloss" high temperature enamel finish. Plus, we've moved the pellet hopper outside, providing for more than 525 square inches of porcelain coated cooking surface.

Both the pellet hopper and storage box feature a stainless steel work table surface for your convenience. The enlarged pellet hopper holds approximately twenty pounds of Traeger hardwood barbecue pellets. The storage box allows you to stow away often used barbecue accessories or items. In addition to our standard Auto-start and E-Z Drain grease systems, you'll love the versatility that our three position cook control provides ... "Grill", "Barbecue", "Smoke", "Bake", all in one unit, just by flipping the switch. The contemporary roll-around cart styling of the BBQ 100 will make it an attractive addition to any deck or patio.

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Traeger Professional BBQ 124

The Professional has the best of the Lil’ Tex and Executive grills and combined them. Featuring a front load hopper with stainless steel lid/work surface, the Professional is the perfect grill for folks who take pride in their grill. The Professional features 371 square inches of cooking surface and our famous 3 speed smoker control. It is built on a roll around stand with four commercial grade locking casters. A "Stay-britequot; handle and chimney cap add to its good looks.

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Traeger Texas Grill BBQ 075:

The Texas grill is designed after the traditional Texas Style wood cookers that were constructed from scrap oil well casings, this unit brings old fashioned wood cooking into the 21st century with its high tech auger fed burner. Forget fire tending and temperature control problems. This unit automatically augers wood pellet fuel to accurately provide three different cooking settings; high, medium, and smoke.

Features 525 square inches of cooking surface. Traditional design is now "state of the art" technology, a winning combination that will deliver professional results every time you cook.

Traeger Wood Grill Specifications:

Grill Area
H x W x D (in.)
Lil' Tex
16.5" x 22.5"
49 x 40 x 20
15" x 35"
49 x 59 x 22
15" x 35"
44 x 61.5 x 25
16.5" x 22.5"
42.5 x 24 x 30.5
39 x 19.75
42.5 x 36 x 30.5
371 sq. in.
45 x 55 x 21
371 sq. in.
45 x 55 x 21

Traeger Wood Pellets

No one supplies finer quality hardwood barbecue pellets than Traeger. Hickory and Mesquite pellets are popular, however many of our customers are now using fruit woods for specialty smoking and gourmet cooking. Tarheel Wood Treating stocks 10 types of wood pellets in 20 pound bags.

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Traeger brand barbecue pellets are no larger than the eraser on the end of a pencil. Wood pellets are not new, they have been around for a long time used in industrial, commercial, and residential heating appliances and applications.

Only the finest hardwood raw materials are sourced from all over the country to make these wood pellets. The pure, raw material (sawdust) is then pulverized with hammer mills and dried. The dried material is then processed under heat and pressure. Lignin, which is the natural glue which holds plant fiber together, softens above 100 degrees Celsius, permitting the material to change shape. The hot lignin then acts like a glue to bond the pellet together. Pelleting employs a hard steel die which rotates against rollers forcing the material through the die with pressures of over 10,000 PSI. As the pellet is forced through the die it is sheared off at the specified length, cooled, screened, and bagged into 10 or 40 lb bags.

General specifications for barbecue pellets are: 100% hardwood, 1" long or less in length, 1/4" diameter, less than 2% ash content, less than 2% fines, 10% moisture content, 8500 BTU's per lb, and about 40 lbs per cubic ft. density.

Traeger Grilling Tips:

1. Your Traeger Pellet Grill should never be moved when it is hot. If you are transporting your grill in a vehicle after cooking on it,make sure the fire is completely out and the unit is completely cold before placing it in any vehicle. Never put water in the firepot. It will jam the auger.

2. The Traeger Pellet Grill is designed to cook with the lid closed. Cooking with the lid open will dramatically lengthen your cooking time.

3. Never add pellets by hand to a hot firepot. This is dangerous and you may get seriously burned. If you run out of fuel and lose your fire while cooking, let the unit completely cool and start all over again with auto-start or manual lighting procedure.

4. The Traeger grills comes with a three position cooking control board. It can be changed at any time to increase or decrease the temperature of your grill.

  • High is used for grilling. The auger runs all the time on HIGH.
  • Medium is for slow cooking. The auger will run for 2 minutes and then shuts off for 2 minutes.
  • Smoke is for smoking foods and adding wood smoked flavor to the foods you cook. The auger runs for 1 minute and is off for 3 minutes. This creates a natural wood smoke flavor to your food. The Smoke setting can also be used to "hold" foods at approximately 180 degrees-200 degrees.

When estimating cooking times, remember that the outside temperature will dramatically alter your cooking times. If it is hot outside, it will take less time for food to cook. If it is cold, wet or windy, it will take longer for food to cook.

Grease fires are caused by not properly maintaining your grill, or failing to clean your angled drip pan on a consistent basis. In the unlikely event you experience a grease fire while cooking, turn the power switch off and keep the lid closed until the fire is completely out. When completely cool, remove the grill, replace the foil on the drip pan, reset the drip pan and cooking grill and resume cooking your food.

For more product and sales info, contact Tarheel Wood Treating, Hwy 54, Morrisville NC at 919-467-9176.

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