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CONTENTS PAGE PARTS LIST
Parts List 2
Introduction & Safety Notices 3
Assembly Instructions 4
USE OF TOOLS AND PARTS
Dome Lid B Fuel Tray (x3) C
Removing Fuel Doors 5
Inserting Fuel Doors 6
Removing Fuel Tray 6
Loading Charcoal 7
Inserting Fuel Tray 7
Igniting Charcoal 7
Inserting & Removing The Grill 8 BBQTower Body A Fuel Tray Door (x3) D Grill (x2) E
Inserting & Removing The Cooking Tray 9
Cooking Tray (x2) F Cooking Disc (x2) G Cooking Tray Tool H
Grill Tool I Fuel Door Tool J Handle
Lid Handle Assembly Internal Hook 8x Bolts, 8x Nuts
BEFORE YOU START: INSTRUCTIONS:
Remove barbecue unit and place on a level surface.
• Please read these instructions carefully.
• Please unpackage the BBQTOWER™ barbecue and dispose of all packing material responsibly keeping it away from children. ASSEMBLY
• Please read the safety notices before using the barbecue. Your BBQTOWER™ has been designed so that it is ready to use straight out of the
• The BBQTOWER™ has been designed so that minimum assembly time is required; the only components that require assembly box. The only parts that require assembly are two handles and the internal hook
are the two handles and internal hook (see figures 1.1 to 1.3) for the dome lid.
Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the BBQTOWER™ has no sharp edges, all components should be handled with care
to avoid injury.
The BBQTOWER™ is certified by SGS in compliance with the following regulations.
1. Regulation (EC) No. 1935/2004 2. UK Food Regulations SL (Statutory Instrument) 898: 2005
Whilst we have designed the BBQTOWER™ with safety in mind, it is important that you are familiar with the contents of this guide
before use and adhere to the notices and guidelines below at all times.
• The barbecue is for outdoor use only. ensure that they are correctly placed into the barbecue
• Before use, ensure that all packing material is removed (see figures 4.1 to 5.7).
from the barbecue. • When handling any removable part of the barbecue use
• Ensure that your environment is suitable for barbecue use. only the tools and handles provided. Figure 1.1 Figure 1.2 Tower Body
• Please ensure that all parts of the barbecue are secure, • During operation, ensure that suitable barbecuing tools
checking and tightening any parts that may have with long, heat resistant handles are used. In addition,
become loose. when in contact with the barbecue please wear adequate Attach handle and internal hook onto lid as shown in Figure 1.2 using the nuts and
• Do not use barbecue during high winds. protective clothing, such as barbecuing mitts and heat bolts provided.
• Do not wear loose clothing when igniting charcoal or resistant pads to cover exposed skin surfaces.
using the barbecue. • When using lower levels two and three, we advise not to
• Ensure that the barbecue is placed on a solid and level bend and strain your back excessively.
surface away from protruding vegetation, electrical • It is advisable to keep water and sand nearby, in the event
wires and any inflammable materials. of any unexpected flare ups that may occur during cooking.
• When inserting charcoal in the fuel tray ensure that the • After use ensure that all the charcoal has completely burnt
fuel tray is re-inserted correctly using the tool provided out and that the barbecue has cooled down completely
(see figures 3.1 to 3.4) before emptying the fuel trays, using only the tools provided.
• Take care when igniting charcoal in the fuel tray, further • Ensure that the barbecue has cooled down completely
precaution must be taken when igniting multiple fuel before moving it carefully, using the handle located at the
trays, ensuring that as soon as one fuel tray is lit, the rear of the barbecue (see figure 1.1)
respective door is firmly locked back into position before • We recommend storing the barbecue inside in a dry,
igniting the next. cool and safe environment using a suitable cover to
• Ensure that charcoal is placed evenly and only in the fuel prolong the life of your BBQTOWER™ Figure 1.3
• Do not use spirit, alcohol, or other flammable liquids to COOKING INFORMATION
ignite or re-ignite the charcoal. • Always wash hands before and after handling
• For igniting and re-igniting the charcoal only use uncooked foods. Attach handle onto back body of BBQTOWER™ using the nuts and bolts provided.
firelighters that are compliant with EN 1860-3. • Always wash hands before eating.
• Ensure that any combustible materials are kept at a safe • Never place cooked and uncooked foods on the same
distance away from the barbecue. surface and ensure that all surfaces and utensils are
• When in use the barbecue will become very hot so
cleaned thoroughly with soap and hot water after
exercise extreme caution during operation. It is your
being in contact with uncooked foods.
responsibility to ensure the safe use of the barbecue.
• Do not use the same utensils for handling uncooked
• Never leave the barbecue unattended and keep it
away at all times from infants, young children and pets.
and cooked foods.
• Do not move the barbecue during operation. • To avoid the risk of food poisoning always cook meat
• When inserting and removing the cooking trays and grills thoroughly before eating and never serve
use only the tools provided and when inserting the trays undercooked meat.
FAILURE TO FOLLOW ANY OF THE NOTICES ABOVE MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS BODILY
3 INJURY, DEATH OR DAMAGE TO PROPERTY. 4
INSERTING FUEL DOORS
USE OF TOOLS AND PARTS
Insert tool J into spaces provided on D as per Figures 2.3, 2.4 and once attached lift upwards.
REMOVING & INSERTING FUEL DOORS Re-insert D as shown in Figure 2.6 ensuring that the front lip on the reverse of the door fits
into slit on the platform edge as per Figure 2.7
Figure 2.6 Figure 2.7
Figure 2.1 Figure 2.2
REMOVING FUEL TRAY
REMOVING FUEL DOORS Fuel tray locations (see figure 3.1)
Slide the side marked FUEL of tool J under C, ensuring
it is latched on, lift and remove (see figures 3.2 to 3.4)
Figure 2.3 Figure 2.4 Figure 2.5
Insert the side marked DOOR of tool J into spaces
provided on D. (Figures 2.3, 2.4)
Once attached, remove fuel door with an upwards
force and pull out. (Figure 2.5)
Figure 3.1 Figure 3.4
LOADING THE CHARCOAL INSERTING AND REMOVING THE GRILL
We recommend for safe use, to load and ignite the charcoal from the top level and work downwards. To insert grill E, attach tool I onto E as per figure 4.1.
For loading charcoal on the top level, it is not necessary to remove the fuel tray, simply remove the dome lid and
any grill or cooking tray, charcoal can then be loaded directly from above. However for levels two and three we Guide into the BBQTOWER™ ensuring the locators on E are matched
recommend the removal of C to allow for easier loading of charcoal. up to the grooves provided (see figures 4.2 to 4.6).
Figure 4.2 Figure 4.3 Figure 4.4
Place charcoal briquettes into C as shown in Figure 3.5 ensuring that the entire tray has been stacked fully with
briquettes. Locate the firelighters evenly underneath the briquettes and in accordance with instructions provided
with the firelighters. Crumpled newspaper can also be used underneath the briquettes.
INSERTING FUEL TRAY
To re-insert C, slide the side marked FUEL of tool J under C, ensuring it is latched on, lift and place onto appropriate
platform. (See figures 3.1-3.4).
Figure 4.5 Figure 4.6
IGNITING THE CHARCOAL
Once C is located inside the BBQTOWER safely ignite the firelighters, starting from top level downwards, as per To remove grill E, re-attach tool I to E, lift upwards and pull out.
instructions provided with the firelighters.
To use grill E on levels 2 and 3, follow the steps above, ensuring that the locators are positioned as shown in figure 4.7
We do not recommend the use of lighter fluid for ignition as this may compromise the taste and quality of the food. (rear) and 4.8 (side locators).
If lighter fluid is used follow instructions and precautions set by its manufacturer. Lighter fluid poses additional safety
risks and must not be added to a burning fire.
Once charcoal is ignited ensure that the fuel tray door D is re-attached as per figures 2.6 and 2.7.
Do not cook until the charcoal is sufficiently hot and has a coating of grey ash. We recommend igniting the charcoal
approximately one hour before cooking, however this time can vary dependent upon the amount of charcoal used
and method of ignition. For best results leave plenty of time for the charcoal to become hot and develop the coating
of grey ash.
Figure 4.7 Figure 4.8
INSERTING AND REMOVING THE COOKING TRAY
To insert cooking tray F, attach tool J onto F as per Figures 5.1 to 5.3
To extend the life of the BBQTOWER™ we recommend you clean it annually.
Please ensure the entire BBQTOWER™ has completely cooled down before cleaning.
The grills and cooking trays and the cooking discs are constructed from stainless steel, so can be rinsed gently using
warm water and soap. Do not put them in a dishwasher.
The fuel trays are constructed from mild steel and are powder coated. Once the charcoal has completely burnt out
and the entire barbecue has cooled down, dispose of the ashes and dry-wipe the trays using a cloth. We do not
Figure 5.1 Figure 5.2 Figure 5.3
recommend the use of water to clean the fuel trays.
Avoid the use of any rough, abrasive cleaning materials such as steel wire at all times.
Guide cooking tray F into the BBQTOWER™ as per Figures 5.4 and 5.5 ensuring that the cooking tray fits into the rear
of the BBQTOWER™ as per Figures 5.6 and 5.7 and that the locators on the cooking tray F are resting on the grooves on
either side of the BBQTOWER™ as per figure 5.8. Please visit www.bbqtower.co.uk for:
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Figure 5.4 Figure 5.5 Figure 5.6 Figure 5.8
To remove tool J once cooking tray F has been inserted, pull tool J back gently, tilt handle slightly upwards and slide out.
To remove cooking tray F, slide tool J under cooking tray F, when latched on, lift upwards and remove cooking tray F.
If charcoal has been ignited do not leave the cooking trays in place if they are not in use. The cooking trays may warp
slightly during use, this is normal as they are constructed from sheet metal which will expand and contract when
exposed to varying temperatures
If cooking pizzas we recommend the use of cooking disc G by simply placing G on the surface of grill E, or cooking tray F
covering the perforations (see figure 5.9)
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