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OWNERS MANUAL
for
BTIS1 BTST02 BTISCE240 BTSTCE240
The ‘Original’
Bradley Smoker
Stainless Steel
Bradley Smoker
North America
Bradley Technologies Canada Inc.
2118-21320 Westminster Hwy,
Richmond B.C.,
Canada V6V 2X5
Tel: (604) 270-3646
Fax: (604) 279-0553
Toll Free: 1-800-665-4188
Email: info@bradleysmoker.com
Visit us on the web at:
www.bradleysmoker.com
The ‘Original’
U.K. Bradley Smoker
U.K. Stainless Steel
Bradley Smoker
UK and Ireland
Grakka Limited
Glen Business Park,
Ugborough, Ivybridge,
Devon, England
PL21 ONE
Telephone: 0845 665 0728
Email: info@bradleysmoker.co.uk
Visit us on the web at:
www.bradleysmoker.co.uk
Dear Sir or Madam:
“Revolutionary Smoking Technology for Household Chefs”
Thank you for allowing us to introduce you to the Bradley Smoker®. The Bradley
Smoker® will bring years of gourmet cooking to you, your family and friends. Today’s
household expectations: good health, great cooking and product convenience - can be met by
the Bradley Smoker®’s cool, continuous, clean smoke - ALL IN ONE PRODUCT.
After years of experience as serious sportsmen and smokers, we decided that there had
to be an alternative to the labour, mess and unpredictable results associated with conventional
smoking methods. For the last decade, we have researched, built prototypes and field-tested
numerous smoker designs. We are now proud to present the Bradley Smoker®. This
revolutionary smoker, used in conjunction with Bradley Flavour Bisquettes®*, yields
consistently superior results with an absolute minimum of effort.
At Bradley Smoker Inc., all we have done is made better products by eliminating
the guesswork and intensive labour traditionally associated with smoking procedure. Smoke
produced the Bradley way is four times cleaner than smoke produced by identical loose chips
burned in a fry-pan or burn-box.** The automatically extinguished Bradley Flavour
Bisquettes® will prevent formation of high temperature gases and acids which distort the taste
of your smoked delicacies. Plus, the Bradley Smoker® meets both the North American and
European standards.
The Bradley Smoker® is compact, safe to operate and will easily hot or cold smoke with
culinary results. The variety of Bradley Flavour Bisquettes® (Alder, Apple, Cherry, Hickory,
Maple, Mesquite, Pecan and Special Blend) will enable you to prepare all types of gourmet
meals right in your own backyard.
We wish you great cooking and product satisfaction for many years to come.
Sincerely,
The Bradleys
*Patent Pending
**Based on studies and tests performed at the
British Columbia Institute of Technology
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IMPORTANT SAFETY WARNINGS
Basic Safety Precautions
• Do not use any other type of wood
other than Bradley Flavour Bisquettes®.
• Properly dispose of all packaging.
• Read all instructions.
• Do not touch hot surfaces. Use handles
or knobs.
• To protect against electric shock, do not
immerse cord or plugs in water or other
liquids.
• Close supervision is necessary when any
appliance is used by or near children.
Unplug from outlet when not in use
and before cleaning. Allow to cool
before putting on or taking off parts.
• Do not operate any appliance with
a damaged cord or plug, or after the
appliance malfunctions, or has been
damaged in any manner. Return
appliance to the nearest authorized
service facility for examination, repair
or adjustment.
• The use of accessory attachments
not recommended by the appliance
manufacturer may cause injuries.
• Do not let cord hang over edge of table
or counter, or touch hot surfaces.
• Do not place on or near a hot gas or
electric burner, or in a heated oven.
• Extreme caution must be used when
moving an appliance containing hot
oil or other hot liquids.
• Always attach plug to appliance first,
then plug into the wall outlet. To
disconnect, turn any control to “off”,
then remove plug from wall outlet.
• Do not use appliance for other than
intended use.
• Save these instructions.
• For household use only.
• Be cautious of sharp edges, when
assembling and operating your smoker.
• Lift and move smoker with care to
prevent strains and back injuries.
• Use caution when reaching into or
around smoker.
• It is recommended a fire extinguisher be
placed near the smoker. Refer to your
local authority to determine proper size
and type of fire extinguisher.
• If an extension is required, the cord
must be an approved 3-prong (grounded)
heavy duty cord not over 6 feet long.
• Do not use power cords if they have
been damaged.
When in Use
• For outdoors use only. Do not operate
in an enclosed area.
• Do not leave unattended.
• Do not plug in the smoker until it is
fully assembled.
• Do not cover or seal the racks or drip
tray with metal foil. This can cause
severe damage to your smoker.
• Do not put the rectangualr tray any
place other than the bottom of the
unit, as this can cause severe damage
to your smoker.
• Do not move smoker.
• Do not exceed a temperature of 320°F.
• Always wear oven mitts or gloves to
protect hands from burns.
• Do not wear loose clothing or allow
hair to hang freely.
• Do not use packaging box to cover
the smoker.
• Use only approved grounded electrical
outlet.
• Do not allow rainwater to come in
contact with smoker at any time.
• Do not use during an electrical storm
or in windy conditions.
• Do not use near gasoline or other
flammable liquids, gases, or where
flammable vapors may be present.
• Place in an area where children
and pets cannot access.
• Do not immerse in water.
After Each Use
• Unplug smoker when it is not in use.
• Check for grease and residue left
in the water bath. Remove or clean
water bath if it is 3/4 full. Clean
smoker thoroughly.
• Place extinguished Bradley Flavour
Bisquettes® at a safe distance from all
structures and combustible materials.
• Store the smoker in a dry covered place
out of reach of children.
“Carefully read through Assembling
Instructions to prepare smoker for use.”
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ASSEMBLING INSTRUCTIONS
Refer to Part numbers in Bradley Smoker External Part List and Internal Component list Diagrams.
How to Assemble the
Bradley Smoker®
Handling of Packaging
1. Remove smoker from box.
2. Take all packaged parts out of smoker.
3. Remove all protective packaging
materials from parts.
All packaging should be discarded, as
per the regulations in your area. The
box can be used only to store smoker
when not in use. The box should not
be used as a cover when smoker is in use.
Install Smoke Generator:
Attach smoke generator (1) to the
smoker tower (2). Aim the bisquette
burner (F) toward the tower opening.
Align smoke generator key holes to
smoker tower locating supports (3).
Secure the generator by pushing down
firmly.
Insert the feed tube (4) on top of the
smoke generator and load it with the
desired number of Bradley Flavour
Bisquettes®. Plug the short power cord
(A) from the smoke generator into the
smoker tower.
Set Up Smoker Tower:
Place drip tray (B) onto the bottom side
ladder.
Place cooking racks (C) onto the side
ladders above the drip tray. Place
rectangular tray ( J) at the bottom of the
unit.
Fill the waste pot half full with water and
place on the rectangular bottom tray (J)
in waste pot position (D).
Plug the longer power cord (E-not shown)
from smoker tower into the approved
grounded electrical outlet.
To Remove Smoke Generator:
Unplug short power cord. Detach
smoke generator from the smoker tower
by raising the smoke generator gently
upward and pull it outward.
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BRADLEY SMOKER®
External Part List
7
on top
13
2
9
4
8
16
3
1
5
14
6
12
3
11 10
15
External Part List
1. Smoke Generator
9. Thermometer
2. Smoker Tower
10. Temperature Heat Control Switch
3. Locating Supports
11. Heat Indicator
4. Feed Tube
12. On/Off Switch
5. Smoke Generator Indicator Light
13. Door Seal
6. Bisquette Advance Button
7. Damper (not shown)
releases heat through the top of the smoker
14. Lower Face Plate
8. Door
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15. Rubber Feet
16. Bisquette (not included)
BRADLEY SMOKER®
Internal Component List
C
H
E
B
in back
G
A
D
J
I
F
Internal Component List
A) Short Power Cord to tower
F) Bisquette Burner
B) Drip Tray
G) 500 Watt Heating Element
C) Cooking Racks
H) Flavour Bisquettes® (not included)
D) Drip/Water/Waste Pot
I) Drive Arm
E) Long Power Cord (not shown)
J) Bottom Rectangular Tray
connects tower to wall outlet
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OPERATION GUIDELINES
Refer to part numbers in the External Parts List diagram
Seasoning & Preparation
For Use
Getting Started
After seasoning the smoker, refill the
waste pot 1/2 full of water.
Turn on the smoke generator by pressing
the ON/OFF switch (12).
When the smoker generator indicator
light (5) is on, this means the burner element is on and that it will start to burn
bisquettes.
Press the bisquette advance button (6)
to push a bisquette onto the bisquette
burner element (F). In approximately
20 minutes the next bisquette will
advance.
Note: After the advance button has been
pressed, a new cycle will start, (or)
in approximately 20 minutes a new
bisquette will advance.
Place your food onto the cooking racks
and load them into the smoker.
Set the damper at the desired opening.
If heat is required, slowly move the heat
switch to the desired temperature, as per
the thermometer.
Cold Smoke - use the smoke generator
only
Hot Smoke - the smoke generator and
temperature heat control switch will be on.
Note: The thermometer will only read the air
temperature inside the tower. To get a
more accurate temperature of the food
being smoked, place a damp piece of
cloth around the thermometer inside the
smoker. Keep in mind that the ambient
temperature will affect the cooking
temperature of the smoker.
Seasoning the Bradley Smoker® is an
ongoing process, the more you use it, the
better tasting your foods will be.
Seasoning is mainly to remove the
impartial smells from your smoker. The
smell of your new Bradley Smoker® is not
necessarily how you want your food to
taste.
Seasoning Method:
Clean the racks and drip tray and place
into the smoker.
Fill the waste pot 1/2 full of water.
Load the feed tube with 3-6 bisquettes.
Open the damper (7); slightly [at the top
of the smoker].
Plug smoker into its own designated
outlet.
Press Bisquette Advance Button (6) until
a bisquette is on the Bisquette Burner
Element (F).
Turn on the smoker by moving the
temperature heat control switch (10) to
between low to medium. Wait for five
minutes. The thermometer (9) should
read 66°C (150°F).
If it is higher, bring down the temperature
by adjusting the temperature heat
control switch to the left to lower and
vice versa when the temperature reads
lower than 66°C (150°F).
Smoke the tower continuously at
66°C (150°F) for 1 - 2 hours, or until
bisquettes are out.
Normal cooking temperature is between
200-250ºF. Keep in mind that the
thermometer is for reference only, and
is not intended to give exact internal
temperatures. The internal temperature
will be higher closer to the heating
element.
Note: Each Bradley Flavour Bisquette®
burns approximately 20 minutes.
“ Remember to clean your smoker
after each use.”
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GENERAL MAINTENANCE
Refer to part numbers in the External Parts List and Internal Components List
diagrams
Important Safety Precautions
6. Clean the damper (7) [at the top of
the smoker] to ensure it is not stuck.
7. Wipe the door gasket (13) with water.
Bradley Smoker® must be maintained and
cleaned after each use.
Unplug the smoker prior to commencement
of any maintenance or cleaning.
Do not immerse smoker into water.
Do not spray inside of the smoker with
any kind of appliance cleaner.
Do not try to clean the heating element
(G).
Do not use aluminum foil inside the smoker.
Do not spray or clean the smoker with
excessive amount of water.
Do not leave unattended when in use.
After Cleaning
1. Place tray (B) and racks (C) into the
smoker.
2. Insert the smoke generator (1). Plug
short power cord (A) onto the tower.
Refer to ‘Install Smoke Generator’, in
‘Assembly Instructions’.
3. Place waste pot half full of water into
the waste pot position (D)on the
bottom rectangular tray (J)
4. Place bisquettes into the feed tube (H)
and onto drive guide (I).
5. Plug long power cord (E) into
designated outlet.
“Your smoker is now ready to start
another smoke.”
Steps Maintenance Procedures
1. Clean out the waste pot (D). Dispose
of all spent bisquettes carefully as they
may still be hot.
2. Wash drip tray (B) rectangular tray
(J), waste pot (D) and cooking racks
(C) with hot water and dish detergent,
or place them into the dishwasher.
3. Remove food particles and/or grease
residue from the smoker. If the inside
surface requires cleaning, lightly wipe
it with a damp cloth. Once you have
cleaned the smoker, you must re-condition the tower. Refer to ‘Seasoning’
method in ‘Operation Guidelines’.
Note: The tower should have smoke or black
residue on the inside. The more residue
the better the product will taste (e.g:
Similar to a cast iron frying pan, it
must be conditioned before using).
4. The smoke generator (1) should be
kept clean and free of wood chips
and/or grease, at all times. If loose
wood chips have collected in the
smoker tower and/or smoke generator,
simply blow, or vacuum, these particles
away. Unplug and remove the smoke
generator from the tower, if necessary.
Refer to ‘Remove Smoke Generator’, in
‘Assembly Instructions’.
5. The bisquette burner element (F)
should be lightly scraped by using a
wire brush, or scraper, to remove any
residue that has been left by the
burning process.
Trouble Shooting
No Power to smoker:
Check that all plugs are correctly
inserted into sockets. Check fuse box.
Check to make sure the outlet - Ground
Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI), has not
been tripped.
Bisquette will not advance:
Check the drive guide and clear loose
wood chips. By clearing the smoke
generator, bisquette jamming and undue
wear and tear of smoke generator would
be avoided.
Bisquette does not burn completely:
Check to see if any electrical equipment
is plugged into the circuit. The smoker
should be plugged into its own dedicated
wall circuit. Check if the burner is free
of residue build up, this can cause the
bisquettes to travel above the burner.
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