Deluxe Injector
One Gallon power injector features Full Flow Ball Valve for liquids with small particles, like ground pepper or minced garlic.
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Standard Injector
One gallon power injector for finely strained liquids.

 

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Midi
Injector
Designed for easy use on smaller jobs using finely strained liquids.
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Chik-N-Jector® Needle adapter assembly fits all models of injectors. Easily replaces the standard or deluxe needles.
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Designed for smaller jobs using only finely strained liquids.
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NoCents Meat Injectors
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After years of research and experience we have developed the best meat injectors for your money.  These injectors have been field tested in  Commercial kitchens, Commissionaires,   Professional BBQ Contests.

Several Model's to Select From

After many years of using and improving our injectors, we offer several different models for your meat and BBQ injecting needs. With optional needles and combinations of styles, we offer the most durable, easiest to use, dependable, meat injectors available.

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NoCents - The original designer of pump injectors for BBQ meats. Stephen Smith designed and created the first power injector for BBQ meats in 1981 for personal use.  It was later used and seen at barbecue competitions we attended across the country.  After giving away countless injectors to BBQ friends who requested one, the request frequency got overwhelming, so we began selling the original meat injector to those who asked.  Several of our original injectors are still in use today.  With continued interest, we patented our "Deluxe Model" design in 2002.   

Our first website for selling injectors was created in 2003 with only the Standard and Deluxe models available.  We have been improving and expanding our line of meat injectors constantly through the years.  Our current models continue to be the most durable, functional, and dependable injectors available.  Field tested for durability and convenience by professional chefs, industrial kitchens, commissaries, butchers, national and international  barbecue contestants, and backyard barbecue enthusiasts around the world.   

So Simple and easy, Just: FILL – PUMP – INJECT. Use your favorite marinade to add moisture, and taste into any meat.

Quickly and easily inject liquid - marinades, cures, seasonings - into large and small pieces of meat. Works great for: Pork, Beef, Chicken, Hams, Turkeys, Lamb -- works with any meat you want to add flavor and moisture into. May also be used to inject “Tenderizing Solution” or brine into meat.

 

Used successfully for years by professional chefs, institution kitchens, commissaries, butchers, competition teams, barbecue cooks, and backyard enthusiasts.

  • SANITARY! Made with the same FDA / NSF approved materials used in Medical and Food service products.
  • Dishwasher Safe.
  • Inject large volumes of liquid quickly, easily, simply.
  • Works equally well with small quantities of liquid (2oz).

 

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Deluxe Barbecue Injectors - BASIC: Specifications, Service, Maintenance, and Operating instructions.


  • One Gallon Capacity.
  • 5-1/2 inch long needle with enlarged holes. . (Allows injecting small suspended particles in the liquid into the meat.)
  • Always test operation prior to use with plain water.
  • Always sanitize before use. (Recommended: 1 oz. Chlorine bleach per ½ gal. water.)
  • Use only food grade liquids in this equipment.
  • After use – release pressure, empty, clean, sanitize, and dry unit.
  • Release pressure carefully and properly before refilling or servicing.
  • Do not use hot liquids.

 

 

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Standard Barbecue Injectors - BASIC: Specifications, Service, Maintenance, and Operating instructions.


  • One Gallon Capacity.
  • 5-1/2 inch long needle.
  • Liquids must be finely strained before inserting into vessel.
  • Always test operation prior to use with plain water.
  • Always sanitize before use. (Recommended: 1 oz. Chlorine bleach per ½ gal. water.)
  • Use only food grade liquids in this equipment.
  • After use – release pressure, empty, clean, sanitize, and dry unit.
  • Release pressure carefully and properly before refilling or servicing.
  • Do not use hot liquids.

 

 

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