Le Dudule mobility pack Ø 800 mm - Corten
The brasero "Le Dudule" is the brasero of the friends who sing at the end of the evening, a barbecue braid to ripailler around a warm element in all seasons.
Prepare your meats, fish, crustaceans and vegetables for 15 to 20 friends.
This mobility pack The P'tite Huguette contains a brasero Ø65cm + a cooking grill height 8 cm + the protective cover and the grille clamp + the oak handle + the wheels.
The brasero "Le Dudule" is 100% made in Anjou with love and passion for conversing 15 to 20 friends around a moment of good living.
This Ø 800 mm brasero is available with a steel cooking plate S235. The cooking plate is slightly tilted inside to ensure that the fats do not come out and leave in the tank. The opening of the plate to insert the wood is of a size of 35 cm.
Its 3 mm tank is ideal for burning wood (fish, beech, charm) in 33 cm, its high temperature paint at 550° ensures a longevity at all times. The optional lid will allow you to avoid the rain water coming inside the tank.
Its monobloc furniture painted in black or raw steel corten with a height of 835 mm allows you to store your wood safely and recharge your brasero during its use. The middle shelf is 445 mm from the base of the furniture.
Our brasero consists of 3 modules that can be removed separately:
- Cooking plate with a weight of 43 kg
- The bowl with a weight of 16 kg
- Furniture with a weight of 77.5 kg
Solid oak cutting board
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