General

How do I use the CADAC pizza stone
Use the pizza stone with pot stand & dome, or when you have a patio BBQ replace the Thermogrills with the pizza stone. Sprinkle some cake flower on the stone to prevent sticking. Never place a frozen pizza on the stone. Baking time depends on...
What are the advantages of gas vs charcoal?
A gas barbecue is immediately hot Easier to clean Finely adjustable temperature control (for most models) with a control knob Easier to light with an automatic piezo ignition Gas barbecues are allowed more often on camp sites and can also be used...
Which cooking tops can be used on my CADAC barbecue?
On our website you can find the cooking tops / accessories that can be used on our barbecues. On the service part of the website you can find the available accessories for older CADAC models. When you’re not sure which type of CADAC barbecue you have...
What's the difference between a HP and a LP barbecue?
HP means High Pressure and a HP barbecue works directly off a gas cartridge. Low Pressure (LP) barbecues work off a gas cylinder or Power Pak and can be connected with a regulator & hose.
What's the difference between 30mBar and 50mBar appliances?
In most EU countries the standard gas pressure is 28-37mBar. These should be used with a 30mBar regulator. In Germany, Austria and Switzerland, the standard gas pressure is 50mBar. Therefor you can only order 50mBar gas barbecues on our German website...
Where can I find the nearest dealer for my favourite CADAC product?
Our dealer locator shows you the nearest CADAC dealer in your area based on your place of residence. Not every dealer has our full product range. We recommend that you first contact a dealer by telephone to avoid disappointment. You can also buy our ...
I lost my manual, how can I get a new one?
On this website you can find manuals of the most common models. If the manual you need is not in this list, you can send us an e-mail and we will send you the manual by e-mail.
What's the history of the CADAC Skottelbraai?
The Skottelbraai originates in South Africa: when farmers were in the open field, they took an old plough shear to prepare dinner. They kindled a fire blow the shear and the meat was “braaied” (grilled) on top of it. CADAC created a round & enamelled...