|Type:||Gas Lava Rock Grill||Power Source:||LPG Gas|
|Technology:||Ltaly NC Press Punch||Mould:||Swiss Laser Cutting|
stainless steel electric griddle,
commercial electric oven
Commercial Gas Lava Rock Grill With Cabinet Western Kitchen Equipment
Removable cast iron grill and splash board for easy cleaning
Lava rock with cast iron “H” style burners yield true char-rock flavor
Allows excess fat to flow to the front stainless steel grease through minimizing flare-up
Use electronic ignition, each burner has individual pilot flame and flame failure device
Each burner is equipped with thermocouple and pulse igniter device
Durable stainless steel structure and stainless steel legs with adjustable feet
Optional gas type and optional electric type are available; Optional lava stone char boiler
Don't Remember to Clean the Grates:
Cooking grates are no exception to this general rule. They need to be cleaned completely after every use. This prevents food from sticking on your grill making it much easier to cook on. There are a lot of products on the market for cleaning your grate, but really any good stiff wire brush will do. Now, few people seem to know the best way to perform this little task. First of all, it is better done after you grill and not before. Once your grill has cooled down a bit but is still warm, take your brush and clean off any remaining food particles. It is much easier to clean off food particles while warmth is still present and not after they have cooled and been allowed to harden on the grate. If you have a cast iron grate clean completely then, brush on some oil with a paper towel to keep your grate in proper shape.
Bare cast iron needs to be inspected regularly because they are more likely to rust.