MPS 330|G ThermoTemp Propane Smoker

MPS 330|G ThermoTemp Propane Smoker

Bringing innovation to your backyard, patented technology makes this the only propane smoker on the market that maintains a desired temperature so you don't have to. With patented technology, smoke your recipes with the convenience of a conventional oven – no more monitoring or adjusting the temperature. The safety shut-off valve lets you focus on one thing—mastering the art of smoking. ThermoTemp innovation will turn off the propane if the flame ever blows out, giving you peace of mind and a safe smoking experience. The wood chip tray is built into a second door, so you can tryout different flavors without losing heat.

Model MB20050118
Width 23.42
Height 43.11
Length 23.03
MPS 330|G ThermoTemp Propane Smoker
Thermostatically-controlled propane smoking
Old school technique. New school technology.
MPS 330|G ThermoTemp Propane Smoker
Thermostat Temperature Control

Dial it in to perfection

Patented thermostat-controlled temperature - no need to manually adjust as with traditional propane smokers and no electricity required

Fuel Level

Eliminate the guesswork

Fuel level gauge indicates the amount of propane remaining in tank

Four Racks

Feed a couple or a crowd

Four chrome-coated smoking racks

Feed a couple or a crowd
Pork Butt
Racks of Rib
Model #
23.42 in cm
43.11 in cm
23.03 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.