How To Choose Barbecue Equipment

How To Choose Barbecue Equipment

Build a brick barbecue

Equipmentnatural gas grill

  • Bubble Level Brick
  • Trowel
  • Burin
  • Metal Legs
  • Fireplace Grill
  • Concrete
  • Bricks

The foundations

  • Represent the floor of the future barbecue.
  • Dig a 10 cm deep hole in the ground corresponding to this future location.
  • Pour concrete into the hole.
  • Smooth it with a trowel called trowel (the trowel is round at the end).
  • Use the spirit level to control the horizontality of the base.
  • Allow the concrete to dry for at least 24 hours (a mundane concrete without adjuvant takes about twenty days before its final strength).

Mounting the barbecue

  • Place the first bricks on the 3 closed sides of the barbecue (ie, on the sides and back).
    Stack other bricks over with mortar (cement + sand + water).
  • Tip : Using the spirit level, check the horizontality of the barbecue with each new “floor” Of brick.
  • After stacking the 3rd floor of brick, seal in the concrete metallic tabs which will aim to retain the grate of the hearth. These legs must be made of stainless steel. It is possible to use in particular long screws. This grill must be particularly resistant because it will house the barbecue fire.
  • Build 2 new floors of bricks.
    Use the spirit level again to check the horizontality of the barbecue.
    Seal metal lugs in concrete. They will have to hold the grill on which the grills will rest.
  • Build a 6th and last floor of bricks.
    At the end of laying your bricks, cut the joints so that there is no mortar burr.
    Join your bricks with cement or lime (cement joints = gray joints / lime joints = more or less white joints depending on the amount of lime put in your mortar.)
    Advice for joints in lime mortar: make a dosage in 5/3 , That is to say 5 doses of sand for 3 doses of lime).

Tips:

  • If the dimensions of the metal grid require cutting bricks , it is important to cut them with a blow. For example, using a mass and a chisel oriented at 90 ° with respect to the brick.
    It is possible to make a small shelter for the dry wood next to the barbecue. Small advice for joints in lime mortar: make a dosage in 5/3, that is to say 5 doses of sand for 3 doses of lime).
  • Tips: If the dimensions of the metal grid require cutting bricks , it is important to cut them with a blow. For example, using a mass and a chisel oriented at 90 ° with respect to the brick. It is possible to make a small shelter for the dry wood next to the barbecue. Small advice for joints in lime mortar: make a dosage in 5/3, that is to say 5 doses of sand for 3 doses of lime).
  • Tips: If the dimensions of the metal grid require cutting bricks , it is important to cut them with a blow. For example, using a mass and a chisel oriented at 90 ° with respect to the brick. It is possible to make a small shelter for the dry wood next to the barbecue. Using a mass and chisel oriented at 90 ° with respect to the brick. It is possible to make a small shelter for the dry wood next to the barbecue. Using a mass and chisel oriented at 90 ° with respect to the brick. It is possible to make a small shelter for the dry wood next to the barbecue.
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