Biltong Box With Perspex Window 10kg
Custom made biltong drying box
This is a custom made biltong drying box comes plain or with a personalised name on the front of your choice. The boxes come in natural pine, teak effect, white wash or oak effect.
The box works with a 100w infra-red heat element and 2 small fans. With the two together it creates a constant warm air flow for drying.
It is a misconception that heat is the the key ingredient that dries the biltong. Heat is required to lower the humidity as here our British climate is very humid compared to Africa , it is the air flow that dries the biltong. After all, the whole concept of biltong is it being air dried, so don’t worry too much about the heat, we aren’t wanting to cook it!
This box can hold up to 10kgs of meat at one time.
Drying time is 3 to 4 days depending on your and your own preference.
Box is fitted with:
- 8 x hanging rails.
- Removable drip tray for easy cleaning.
- Door latch for easy and secure access.
Height 90 cm.
Depth 30 cm.
Width 35 cm.
- 100g of Billies & Tong original biltong spice to get you started.
- 30 x stainless steel or plastic hooks.
- Full user instructions and basic recipe.
- 1 year parts warranty excluding bulbs / elements
If you require any customisation please select ‘Yes’ above and leave a note on checkout with your wording.
PLEASE NOTE EACH BOX TAKES 7-10 WORKING DAYS TO MAKE AND POST (weekends not included).
FREE shipping on domestic dryers to mainland UK.
Our brand is ‘Rustic’ and pictures are for reference only. As each box is handmade, no two are the same and they will vary compared to each other and the picture.
We now have shipping to Europe but if you want to check that we ship to your Country, just drop us an email for a quote.
**Almost all of our products are handmade from natural pine wood. Pine is a soft wood and although it resits shrinking and swelling, due to the nature in which the box is being used it will move and warp from temperature, humidity, moisture and air flow over time. If your box does warp, wipe it with a damp cloth, lie it on a flat surface and place something heavy on it. If it is the door that warps, wipe it with a damp cloth and lie it face down on a flat surface. Slight gaps can also appear in the wood joins over time, this is normal due to wood movement and is nothing to worry about **