This invention is dedicated to all lovers of outdoor recreation. It can be called the crown of cultural cooking on the fire. Prepare food for friends and loved ones, enjoy the intoxicating aromas of food from a fire, and even keep warm from the burning coals - all this is possible, if you have a brazier. Our brazier will be with the continuous reproduction of coal from wood. This design is convenient because it does not need to wait for the burning of wood logs to cook on charcoal. They are burned in a small chamber, the walls of which rise above the brazier's hull. And the coals burning with heat move to the cooking zone. The whole process takes a little time, so such a brazier will undoubtedly delight all hungry travelers. So, let's get started!
Sheet steel, thickness - 1-2 mm;
Square solid metal 10x10 mm;
Profile pipe 15x15 mm;
The pipe is round,diameter - 18-20 mm;
Metal bar with section 4-5 mm.
Welding inverter with electrodes;
Gas welding or a propane torch to heat metal;
Clamp, pliers, brush for metal;
Hammer, tape measure, chalk technical pencil.
Making brazier from sheet steel
We put the sheet of steel on the goats, and begin marking the details. Following the drawing we cut out each structural element with a plasma cutter.
We distribute cutting economically on the sheet so that less waste remains. It is most practical to place large parts first, then small parts between them. Add numbered finished parts separately.
The side wall is set perpendicularly relative to the bottom of the brazier, and seized in several places by welding. Then we put the end part of the box and the second side wall. We fasten them to each other with the same method of short tack welding.
We close the box with a low end plate and limit the exhaust zone to a vertical wall. It turns out something like a g-shaped knee with an open top.
We pass all stuck joints with a continuous seam. You can clean them using grinders and grinding disc.
We strengthen the side walls with two handles from a profile pipe 15x15 mm. The finished segments are lightly sawed from the ends on the mustache, leaving the plane intact. It is subsequently bent with a hammer and boil.
The legs for the barbecue will be removable. To fix them, we weld small corners of a cast square rod at the corners of the mangal. For stability, we do this with a slight slope outward. The angle of inclination can then be trimmed by hand. The legs are cut from a round tube. We select its diameter in such a way that the racks easily but tightly fit into the square stops.
The brazier is almost ready. Put the legs inside the brazier housing. It remains to attach a handle to it for easy carrying. We make it from three short bars. We weld them together at one end. To the second we weld the crossbar from the trimming of the square.