|Size of pallets (LxWxH)
||3 x 1.2 x 2.4m
~ We pack all accessories on the same pallet if it is possible. Otherwise all accessories will be packed on a separate pallet.
Usage and Maintenance
- The first time you’ll use your Grill the surfaces of the new product that are in direct contact with the flames may create a smoky smell when heating up. We advise to keep the door open during the first use and not to cook until the smell disappears.
- When burning wood we recommend to use a Grill table metal safety fence.
- We suggest you use only firewood or briquettes. Larger burning objects can be added later when the fire is burning well. We advise to use objects no larger than 300 mm.
- A sufficient flow of fresh air is the most essential aspect of smoke exhaustion. At least as much fresh air should come in as goes out with the smoke.
- If the Grill is generating a lot of smoke, open the door of the Pavilion and make sure that the wood is dry and without a bark. Put in additional dry wood if needed.
- Keep decorations away from your Grill. Hanging decorations look pretty, but provide fuel for a fire.
- Keep water nearby for flare-ups.
- Keep a fire extinguisher within a couple of steps of your Grill. And KNOW HOW TO USE IT!
- Don’t leave a Grill unattended. Don’t allow kids or pets to play near the Grill. Never try to move the hot Grill, and remember the Grill will stay hot for at least an hour after its use.
- Do not sleep in Pavilion when the fire is on!
- Use protective gloves when handling hot cooking plates. Never move or service an operating Grill.
- Please note, that the metal Grill may have sharp edges and the steel parts of the Grill heats up when the fire is burning, therefore there is a risk to harm or burn yourself.
- Remove ashes from the Grill after they have cooled down.
- Make sure you give yourself time to clean your Grill after each use in order to ensure maximum hygiene and proper functioning.
You should not forget that wood is a natural material, it changes and moves depending on weather conditions. Large and small cracks, color tone differences and other changes, as well as a changing structure of wood are not defects, but a result of wood growing and a feature of wood as a natural material. Natural wood (not impregnated) becomes greyish after being left untouched for a while and can turn blue and become mouldy. You should immediately process it with a wood preservative to protect the wooden parts of our manufactured products.
We definitely recommend that you process the door and windows with a wood preservative, and do it on both sides (inside and outside) because the doors and windows can deform. Also, you should pre-treat the floor panels with a wood preservative, especially the bottom sides of the panels, to which you will no longer have access when the Pavilion is assembled. Only this will prevent moisture penetration.
In general, we recommend for the conclusive finishing a weather protection paint that will protect the wood from moisture and UV radiation after the Pavilion is assembled. Consult a specialist regarding paints suitable for unprocessed softwood and follow the paint manufacturer’s
instructions. Your Pavilion service life will be much longer after it will be properly painted. We recommend that you inspect your Pavilion thoroughly once every six months.
The customer should make sure that air circulation is working in winter as well. It means that air pipes are open all year round and that moisture gets out from the product (through the chimney). The customer should also make sure that the product´s roof is not covered by snow. A layer of snow cannot be thicker than 20 cm on the roof and the flue should never be covered by snow or closed manually.