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The BoomChef Mark I [http://www.two-ems.com/BoomChef.htm (details)] is a solar grill intended to cook hotdogs at boomerang competitions. I distinguish it from the more common solar roaster oven design because I put as much solar energy as practical into heating up a grill surface. Hotdogs sizzle when you put them in. It captures direct solar energy through the top glass, and more reflected up from the bottom.
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The '''BoomChef Mark I''' is a solar grill intended to cook hotdogs at boomerang competitions. I distinguish it from the more common solar roaster oven design because I put as much solar energy as practical into heating up a grill surface. Hotdogs sizzle when you put them in. It captures direct solar energy through the top glass, and more reflected up from the bottom.
   
 
It's a black aluminum grill that fits inside a wooden frame, glass on the top & bottom and reflectors to bounce in extra sunlight. I lined the inside of the box with aluminum and weatherstripped the glass. It can reach 250F on a sunny day.
 
It's a black aluminum grill that fits inside a wooden frame, glass on the top & bottom and reflectors to bounce in extra sunlight. I lined the inside of the box with aluminum and weatherstripped the glass. It can reach 250F on a sunny day.
   
 
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Latest revision as of 04:10, December 15, 2014


The BoomChef Mark I is a solar grill intended to cook hotdogs at boomerang competitions. I distinguish it from the more common solar roaster oven design because I put as much solar energy as practical into heating up a grill surface. Hotdogs sizzle when you put them in. It captures direct solar energy through the top glass, and more reflected up from the bottom.

It's a black aluminum grill that fits inside a wooden frame, glass on the top & bottom and reflectors to bounce in extra sunlight. I lined the inside of the box with aluminum and weatherstripped the glass. It can reach 250F on a sunny day.

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