MPS 230|S Propane Smoker

MPS 230|S Propane Smoker

There's smoked food, and then there's Masterbuilt smoked food. Customize your flavor profiles with the removable water bowl and wood trip tray. A built-in temperature gauge and four chrome-coated smoking racks are the finishing touches on this smoker. Get ready for hours of experimenting, taste-testing, and all-around smoked goodness. 
Model MB20052318
Width 21.063
Height 43.701
Length 20.472
The art of smoking
Perfecting slow-cooked ribs has never been easier
Four Racks

Feed a couple or a crowd

Four chrome-coated smoking racks

Temperature Gauge

Perfect that recipe

Built-in temperature gauge

Easy Start

Power with a push

Push-button ignition lights burner quickly and easily

Feed a couple or a crowd
Pork Butt
Racks of Rib
Model #
21.063 in cm
43.701 in cm
20.472 in cm
Frequently Asked Questions
Curing your smoker will rid the unit of oils produced in the manufacturing process. Pre-season your smoker prior to first use. 1. Perform soapy water test: 2. Using a napkin or cloth, rub a light coat of cooking oil on smoker racks and inside smoker door. Make sure water pan is in place WITHOUT water. 3. Fill wood chip tray with up to 1 cup of wood chips and light your smoker. Close door. 4. Let the smoker burn for about 1 hour. Make sure temperature reaches 350°F (177°C). 5. Allow unit to cool completely. 6. Reapply light coat of cooking oil on smoker racks and inside of smoker door. 7. Re-light smoker and burn for 20 minutes. * Cure your smoker periodically to prevent excessive rust.
  You may use dry or pre-soaked wood chips in your smoker. Dry chips will burn faster and produce more intense smoke. Chips pre-soaked in water (for approximately 30 minutes) will burn slower and produce a less intense smoke.
No. Masterbuilt smokers are not designed to be used with natural gas. Our gas smokers are designed for propane use only.