Fast Eddy’s by Cookshack Pellet Smoker Oven Model FEC100

The Fast Eddy’s by Cookshack FEC100 smoker is a 100% wood-burning, pellet-fired smoker with a Cookshack IQ5 electronic control system. The FEC100 is used by all types of barbecue operations. It meets requirements for all known barbecue competition sanctioning bodies. NSF and USDA Approved. Warnock Hersey and ETL Listed. The FEC100 has won dozens of competitions for its inventor Ed “Fast Eddy” Maurin and a host of other well-known professional BBQ competition cooks, due to its ease of use and consistent results. It has also found a home in the best outdoor kitchens. Whether you smoke in your backyard or at cook-offs, the FEC100 will turn out great barbecue for you.

ConstructionDouble Walled Stainless Steel Interior and Exterior
InsulationDouble Walled Construction surrounding 850° F Spin-Glas™ Insulation
Dimensions44.5″W x 65″H x 24.75″D
Note:  for technical drawings and more detailed dimension download the PDF spec sheet
Cooking Capacity100 lbs. pork butts, 80 lbs. brisket, 60 lbs. ribs, or 24 chickens per load
Cooking Area1,564 square inches
Cooking Surface(4) 23″ x 17″ Nickel-Plated Steel Shelves
Fuel Source100% Wood, Food Grade Pellets
Pellet Heat
  • Pellet heat is controlled by a fully automatic wood pellet system.
  • With continuous use, the FEC100 produces about 8 oz. of ash per 40 lbs. of pellets used. Danger of a fire from removing hot ash and embers is eliminated, unlike log burners that require removal of live coals.
  • Pellets are easily obtainable, inexpensive, and easy to store; available in a variety of flavors.
  • Pellets are 100% food grade wood; no binders or additives. The pure wood smoke flavor cannot be beat.
  • Unlike natural gas and propane, which are fossil fuels, pellets are a renewable resource. Fossil fuel prices are going out of sight; now is a good time to free yourself from depending on gas. Give yourself an “Atta boy” for going green.
  • Pellets leave behind about 3% of ash, a fraction of the 30% ash produced by logs. No more hauling big buckets of hot ash and burning wood coals to the dumpster. In fact, you can empty ash with a saucepan rather than a trash can.
  • Pellets produce a clean burn for a better smoke flavor and they are more likely to pass emission standards requirements.
  • Pellets produce low creosote buildup so that the smoker walls require less frequent cleaning.
  • Loading pellets into the FECÍs hopper is easy, just pour them in right from the bag.
  • Storing clean plastic bags of pellets is far more desirable than a dirty woodpile on the premises!
  • We have had former stickburner customers report that their health inspectors told them that they had to spray their big woodpile to rid it of bugs, but they could not use the wood for smoking as it had been sprayed! No hassles like this with an FEC!
Fuel Usage.75 lbs. of pellets per hour at 250° F
Temperature Settings160°- 350°F
Hopper Capacity20 lbs. of pellets
Controllers/FirepotsCookshack IQ5 electronic control system features 3-stage or 2-stage cooking modes, meat probe mode, USB data port, and 8 programmable presets

One firepot

Electrical Requirements5 amps @ 120 VAC; 36,000 BTU burner; electronically-controlled IQ5 thermostat; auto-start; draft fan
Power cord approximate length 50″ (may vary by +/- 6″)
CertificationsNSF and USDA Approved, and Warnock Hersey and ETL Listed (USA and Canada)
Standard EquipmentOperator’s Manual, Cookbook, 40 lbs. of Pellets, Casters, and a Spice Kit containing: 1 gal. Spicy Barbecue Sauce, 1 gal. Mild Barbecue Sauce, 5 lbs. Brisket Rub, 5 lbs. RibRub, 5 lbs. Spicy Chicken Rub, 10 oz. Chili Mix, and 10 ox. Spicy Barbecue Sauce Mix.
Optional EquipmentMeat Probe, Rib Racks, Stainless Steel Grills, Flavor Infusion Reservoir, Pepper Popper Grills, Smoker Cover
Shipping Weight415 lbs.