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Grill Thermometer 150/750°F (2" Dial, 2.13" Stem)

Grill Thermometer 150/750°F (2" Dial, 2.13" Stem)

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Midwest Hearth
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$29.95
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Upgrade your BBQ grill with our full-range thermometer gauge from Midwest Hearth! Professional-grade construction and accuracy. Easy-to-read dial with multiple cooking zones. Designed, manufactured, and tested in the USA.



Features:

  • 150/750°F Temperature Range
  • Smoke/BBQ/Low-Grill/Medium/High-Grill Zones
  • 2" Diameter Bezel
  • 2.13" Stem Length
  • 1/4"-20 bushing (wing nut included)
  • Installs Into a 1/4" Hole
  • 304 Stainless Steel Construction
  • Hermetically Sealed
  • +/-1% Full Span Accuracy ASME B40.3 Grade A
  • Glass Lens

 

 

Compatibility:

  • Existing gas or charcoal grills with a 1/4" hole.
  • Just about any grill you can drill a 1/4" hole into.
  • Lid should be no more than 5/8" thick.
  • You need to allow the last 1.25" of the stem exposed in the firebox.
  • This is a fantastic addition to charcoal kettles without a thermometer or a great upgrade from an existing OEM thermometer.

Instructions:

Replacing Existing Thermometer

  • Remove original temperature gauge from grill.
  • Insert stem end of Midwest Hearth Grill Thermometer into existing hole.
  • Spin on the wing nut and tighten gently (do not overtighten).
  • If you need to reposition dial, loosen wing nut first before repositioning. Forcing dial could affect accuracy.

Adding a Thermometer to a Grill

  • Find the spot on grill lid you want to add the thermometer.
  • Make sure it is located where probe will not contact food.
  • Mark spot with a marker or other tool.
  • Protect inside of grill from metal shaving that will drop from drilling.
  • Drill a 1/4" hole at the position you previously marked.
  • Insert stem end of Midwest Hearth Grill Thermometer into existing hole.
  • Spin on the wing nut and tighten gently (do not overtighten).
  • If you need to reposition dial, loosen wing nut first before repositioning. Forcing dial could affect accuracy.