If you need to use your Ozpig when cooking under an awning outdoors, add the Double Offset Chimney from Ozpig to your set up.
These chimney pieces will offset the chimney on your Ozpig by 400mm, just make sure you always set up your unit outside with adequate ventilation.
Enjoy using your existing Ozpig Cooker in an undercover but open space such with the Double Offset Chimney from Ozpig.
2 x offset chimney pieces
Compatible with separately available Ozpig Cooker
For use in an undercover yet open space
36L x 13W x 12H cm
Powder Coated Steel
Does this need a support to be used? if so what would you recommend?
Benjamin - St Andrews, NSW (2 months ago)
Not necessarily, it depends on your set up. If it does need support, you just use an awing pole with a spigot - there's a small tube for this factored into one of the chimney pieces which you can see in the product image.
Lauren - Snowys(2 months ago)
ozpig series 21 answer
hi im planing on using my ozpig series 2 under my 3x3 gazebob,would you recommend this or should I get the 4 piece?
alex - Blackheath, NSW (3 months ago)
The Ozpig comes with 3 chimney pieces, so getting the 2 piece offset kit gives you a total of 5 lengths. I'd say that would be enough for your setup, but the 4 piece is pretty good value for an extra 2 pieces and it may not hurt to have some spares. Either way I think you'd be ok - might also be worth jumping on the Ozpig facebook group and seeing if anyone else uses their Ozpig under a gazebo & can show you their chimney set up.
Lauren - Snowys(3 months ago)
Will this work with the big pig?1 answer
Will this work with the big pig?
Troy - Dumbalk(1 year ago)
I've just double checked this for you and unfortunately not, the big pig has a chimney with a much larger diameter.
Leece - Snowys(1 year ago)
What is the diameter of the chimney pieces?1 answer
We have a Different stove and would like to know if these pieces would still fit it
Tim - 2281(2 years ago)
I've just measured the Ozpig Chimney, and it is approx 60mm in diameter. They have a sleeve section in order to stack the chimneypieces, so this may vary by a few millimetres depending on whether it is the top or the bottom.