You asked now here it is!
This is the new Full Power Chop’s Power Injector System.
120 volts of injecting power!
After months of testing and tweaking we have done it! As Dr Frankenstein would say “IT’S ALIVE!!!!!” We sent the prototype to The Q39 restaurant to be tested in the harshest possible ways. It injected everyday 40 to 70 briskets. So we are sure it can handle what you want it to.
The Full Power system comes with 3 sets of needles the original 14 gauge 2″ needles, 3″ 12 gauge needles, 2.25″ 11.5 closed tip needles, metal needle adapters, 6 foot of removable injector hose, a removable 4 foot pick up tube with a strainer, 3 plug screws, and the needle protector. All of the hoses detach for storage inside the stainless steel box.
This Injector was designed to shoot liquid style injection. It had been made with food safety in mind although almost every part as been NSF approved the unit itself has not be been sent for NSF approval.
I will put the buy now via Paypal here you can also order via email Dan@barbequekansascity.com and I will send an invoice. Please allow 2 days of build time. All orders will be shipped via 3 day usps.
$300.00 plus shipping.
Here are the other Injectors and spare parts.
After HOURS of work I figured out that this ” was making making my PayPal Buttons not work… So I have fixed it and here you go! Use the pull down select what you want then add to cart you will be able to add products on the next page by clicking Continue Shopping!
We will ship the next day in most cases if you bought it in the afternoon.
I changed the format of the PayPal buttons so it’s easy to add more than one item! Here is how click on the item you want click add to cart when it takes you to PayPal click on Continue Shopping to add another item! It’s that easy! I recommend getting an injector and 12 Gauge needles!
If you don’t shop with PayPal Contact me Dan@BarbequeKansasCity.com and we can work it out. Customer service is our #1 priority no question to small!
Well the last couple of months have been busy busy! So I figured I would let you know where to go to get your paws on the best Injector on the planet! Like our page here and follow the Injectors and find out whats new first! Roll your mouse over the FaceBook icon on the top right side of the screen to get there!
Current Dealers for Chop’s Power Injector Products!
Smoker Builder Southern Missouri
The Kansas City BBQ Store
BBQ Addicts Online
The Kansas City BBQ Source North Kansas City
World Champ Sweet Swine O’Mine Distributors
Ace Hardware Of Houston Lake and Woodlands Texas
BBQ Super Stars
Ceramic Grill Works Pittsburgh
Quetopia BBQ Minnesota
All Things BBQ Kansas
Butchers BBQ Oklahoma
Smoke N Fire South Kansas City
BBQ Island Tempe AZ
Charcoal And More Indiana
Barbeque Kansas City LLC
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You can always contact us at Dan@barbequekansascity.com <~~~ We are looking for dealers in all 50 states!
Buy it here buy it now you know you want it!!!!!!!!
For the last couple of years I have been working an idea… How can I make my food better and how can I make my food prep faster.
So after thinking about it and tons of research I developed Chop’s Power Injection System! It was such a great product I patented it! Yes it is PATENT PENDING!!
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The tank holds up to a 1/2 Gallon of your favorite injection fluid. It has FOUR large bore needles spaced out at the perfect distance.
Out of the box you will find the Injector fully assembled all you have to do is clean it with HOT soapy water and bleach. Then flush it with clean hot water until all the soap and bleach is gone! (Make sure you do this before and after EACH use)
When your ready to inject, fill your injector at least a 1/4 full with your injection, pump up, and pull the trigger! You will notice whatever you are injecting will quickly start to expand as if you are filling a football with air!!! That’s POWER!
Introductory Pricing $100.00 Plus Shipping Contact us at Dan@BarbequeKansasCity.com (continental US)
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This is what I have done so far.
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