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Southern Pride introduces SRG-400 Gas-Fired Stationary Rack Smoker

February 27, 2014
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Southern Pride SmokerSouthern Pride BBQ Pits and Smokers, the industry leader in the commercial smoker world, is pleased to introduce their newest product in their evolving line of smokers. The SRG-400 compact, gas-fired, wood burning, stationary rack smoker offers a 400lb capacity and fits through a standard 36² doorway and under a standard depth hood allowing it to be placed in most any existing location.

The SRG-400 takes the guesswork out of smoking, easily adding smoked flavor to any menu. Stainless steel construction, single product door, two-speed convection fan system, seven nickel chrome flat racks, two inch insulated wall construction and removable rack slides are standard.

The adjustable moisture infusion system and digital cook and hold controls provide perfect smoked foods.

The removable rack slide system allows for infinite flexibility in spacing of product racks accommodating 27 flat racks measuring 18²x26² each at the minimum spacing of 1.5² producing 87.75 square feet of cook surface.

The air delivery system is a combination of an air over wood burning firebox and two speed convection fan with air channels designed to provide even temperature and air flow throughout the cabinet. With the pass-through system upgrade, the smoker offers the option to load and unload products from either side, keeping the smoker fully loaded, increasing workflow and throughput.

The SRG-400 works as a fully functional smoker but may also serve as a holding cabinet for cooked meats and side items. The SRG-400 provides robust cooking capacities of 42 pork butts, 65 St. Louis ribs, 72 whole chickens, 21 beef briskets or 52 spare ribs without sacrificing space or flavor.   Optional features include a dual product door system, single or dual door pass-through system, glass display doors, stainless steel vertical rib racks, additional 18²x26² nickel chrome flat racks and vertical rib racks increasing capacity to 91 ribs per cook.

Southern Pride was founded in 1976 when Mike Robertson and his father, B.B., hand built and marketed their first rotisserie and smoker.  Today, some 20,000 rotisseries and smokers later, Southern Pride laser cuts, bends and forms their own stainless steel and assembles every element of the cookers, still by hand in their 117,000 square foot manufacturing headquarters in Alamo, TN.

Southern Pride: (800) 851-8180 or visit www.southern-pride.com

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