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Gas grills are the best option for enthusiast grillers, as it offer several advantages on grilling. Turning the ignition button, It lights up immediately ready to start grilling.
There are many kinds of gas grills with different features. These features combined with your own needs are the elements that will help you to choose your favorite BBQ.
Basic features of gas grills
- Burners (Number & Quality)
- Grilling chamber
- Side burner
- Folding or stable side shelves
- Rotisserie set with motor
- LPG bottle storage space
- Country of origin
The BBQ burner could also be described as the heart of a grill. It is located inside the BBQ and is the central source of heat for grilling your food. Gas burners are usually made of: stainless steel, aluminum or rarely porcelain. The number of burners varies depending on the grilling surface of each grill. The larger the grilling surface is, the more burners your BBQ needs, so the thermal power is higher. It is also very important that the heat is correctly distributed over the grilling surface so that there are no cold spots.
Grilling grates are very important element for a BBQ, because they have direct contact with the food. The element that determines the high performance and grates life, its the construction material.
Grilling grates construction materials
- Porcelain Enameled Steel
- Cast Iron
- Cast iron with porcelain coating
- Heavy duty Stainless steel
- Stainless casting
Cast iron retains a large amount of heat. Pure cast iron is corrosive, so the grates are usually coated with either porcelain or enamel. These coatings help to ensure the grates don’t rust while eliminating the need to season the metal (curing). They also make clean up easier. While you won’t get that sizzling sound the meat makes when it hits the grill, you also won’t get those dark sear marks either. The porcelain or enamel can be prone to cracks and chips, particularly if the grates are mishandled or dropped on cement patios. These cracks and chips will impact the grate’s ability to retain heat and will eventually cause the grate to rust through. Non coated, or bare, cast iron offers greater benefits like its ability to withstand searing heat and is also more resistant to sticking.
Another important feature is the grilling chamber, consisting of the bin and the lid of your BBQ. A large grilling bin combined with a built-in thermometer on the lid will enable you to use your barbecue as well as an oven.
Some additional features that must concern you when buying a barbecue, is its size. Choose the right one depending on how much space you have. Shelves in a barbecue are very practical, but they can get enough space during storage. If you do not have large storage space, you should prefer barbecues with folding and not fixed side shelves. Decide if you would like to have a side burner, so you can cook various bbq sides, such as french fries, along with your roasts.
Here you will find many gas grills from the leading companies Weber, Broil King and Campingaz. Genuine gas BBQ models for economy and easy grilling. Known manufacturers that provide you with excellent manufacturing quality, safety in use, coverage for any spare parts and long-term warranty! Grill now as often as you like!