Transform your Pellet Grill
Convert your Pellet Grill into a versatile smoker capable of both cold and hot smoking.
To retrofit, you will need to drill a hole (or utilising an existing one - like a probe/exhaust port) for the Smoke Generator Smoke Output Tube to enter the grill. We supply our Smoke Generators with two M5 304L SS bolts for attaching the Smoke Generator, so two small holes will also need to be drilled.
For inspiration, check out the Smokai Customer Pellet Grill installations below.
The hole diameter required for your Smokai Smoke Output Tube depends on your Smoke Generator model:
Smokai Classic Smoke Generator: 20mm or 13/16"
Smokai Magnum and Monster Smoke Generators: 40mm or 1 1/2"
Please note: We recommend running the smoke generator on the highest pump setting when adding smoke to a pellet grill. Good airflow is critical as it circulates the smoke and helps the smoke penetrate the surface of the food. It also prevents back pressure which may increase moisture and reduce the performance of your Smoke Generator. So make sure there is a good amount of smoke escaping through the chimney/lid of your pellet grill.