Food coming off a Traeger grill simply
tastes better… It is just that simple! In fact, most people purchase
Traeger products because they have already tasted the Traeger difference
at a backyard BBQ at a friend’s house or at a Traeger demonstration at a
But be careful - once you taste it, you’ll be hooked…
With Traeger, you can
have amazing barbeque in your own backyard. Apple smoked bacon, cherry
chicken, mesquite flavored brisket, hickory ham, maple smoked salmon…
your imagination just might be your only limitation.
Cooking With Wood
The experts agree, if you want the ultimate
outdoor cooking experience, you will need to use hardwood. However, up
until now you have been given only two choices for grilling, propane or
charcoal. Finally, technology has caught up and a healthier, safer and
tastier alternative has arrived. Before Traeger Wood Pellet Grills, you
just couldn’t cook with wood unless you wanted to dig up your backyard,
build a pit, cut down the trees, chop the wood, and make the fire ...
that sounds like a lot of work. At Traeger, we make cooking simple.
We have eight flavors of wood pellets
that provide great taste to every dish. The amazing taste the pellets
provide is just one of the many benefits, there are no artificial
binders. You can't say that about the other grilling options.
Additionally, Traeger cares about our
environment. All Traeger Wood Pellet Grills reduce your carbon footprint
and are made from 100% natural material. That means nothing harmful is
cooking your food. That’s something we think is important.
As far as cost, wood pellets win there as
well. Propane costs twice as much per BTU as natural wood pellets, and
as far as charcoal is concerned, are there really any benefits?
How Does It
Easy Operation & Automatic
The Traeger Wood Pellet
Grill is simple and safe to operate. When a Traeger is turned on, the
igniter rod is activated, the auger begins to feed pellets into the
firepot, and the draft induction fan feeds air into the firepot. The
igniter rod glows red hot for the first four minutes of operation -
just long enough to ignite the pellets in the firepot.
Traegers require standard household
electric current (110 VAC), which powers the igniter rod, auger motor
and draft induction fan.