In their videos, they use a 22 and claim lighting one path and letting it burn 360 degrees around is good for 240 degree temp; they claim lighting 2 paths each burning 180 degrees around is good for 325 degree temp. Reach out to them on FB or IG and ask what the temps are on a 26er. I seem to remember one of their kickstarter updates indicating someone at WKC had tested it out. You might ask over there too.it could make my 26er into a great BBQ machine if it worked. Only issue to me is can it really produce enough heat in that large of a kettle to maintain say 225 degrees
John if you have a WSM you could use the coal ring in a similar fashion. I did this on my 26 last year and it worked well. I was able to maintain 275 for a five hour rib cook.I think that it looks pretty slick to me. A little high perhaps, but a lot less than a Slow N Sear. I also noticed that they have ones for the 18" and the 26". For the larger kettle it would seem you would have a better chance at a long burn since you have a lot more diameter to "snake" around. I am tempted to ask as a B-Day present, since it could make my 26er into a great BBQ machine if it worked. Only issue to me is can it really produce enough heat in that large of a kettle to maintain say 225 degrees?