Grill Thermometer for Weber Kettle and More (2" Dial, 2.13" Stem)
Grill Thermometer for Weber Kettle and More (2" Dial, 2.13" Stem)
Grill Thermometer for Weber Kettle and More (2" Dial, 2.13" Stem)
Grill Thermometer for Weber Kettle and More (2" Dial, 2.13" Stem)
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Grill Thermometer for Weber Kettle and More (2" Dial, 2.13" Stem)

Vendor
Midwest Hearth
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$29.95
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Turn your Weber Kettle charcoal grill into a smoker with this thermometer from Midwest Hearth!  Professional-grade construction and accuracy.  Easy-to-read dial with cooking zones. Designed, manufactured, and tested in the USA.



Features:

  • 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

NOTE:

We designed this meter with a lower temperature range (100F-500F).  This gives you a higher degree of accuracy when smoking or barbecuing at low to mid temps.  We do not recommend this meter if your grill will be exceeding the range of this thermometer.

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.