Paul C Posted October 7, 2021 Share Posted October 7, 2021 I've a ProQ Frontier that I plan to use for cold smoking. I ran a trial burn of oak dust and it was gone in less than two hours, all vents and doors and doors were closed so clearly too much air is getting in. I have put 3mm fire door rope on the doors and in the joins between the base, two cylindrical sections and lid. I've not run it a second time yet but I also want to seal around the three inlets and the outlet. That'll be tricky I know but if successful it would give me full control over the airflow, I'll also have to drill out the rivets that hold these on and substitute nuts and bolts. Am I overthinking this? Has anyone else had a similar problem and if so what materials did you use (the 3mm rope is more like 5mm and too thick really). 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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