Important fire safety tips to remember each time you decide to BBQ.
NO, all carbonaceous fuels (charcoal, Heat Beads® BBQ Briquettes, coal) should NOT be used indoors.
The high quality of Heat Beads® BBQ Briquettes is because of the unique raw materials base used – a blend of hardwood charcoal and mineral carbon.
In a covered kettle under normal cooking conditions, usable cooking heat (greater than 150 degrees °C) is available for more than four hours.
The BBQ temperature is determined by the amount of Heat Beads® BBQ Briquettes burning inside. Here are the quantities to follow…
Yes, provided the kettle or other BBQ has vents that can be closed, to cut off the air supply and allow the briquettes to extinguish naturally.
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Please note: this calculator provides a guide only.
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