Outdoor Simple Custom Design Metal Heating Fire Pit Corten Steel BBQ Grill
GN-BBQ-222 is a result of a long engineering process and many tests. Our goal was not only to make it look like a piece of art, but also to make it very functional. We developed it together with our Chefs, through carefully listening to all their opinions and suggestions.
The top plate is made of 15mm tempered carbon steel and can reach temperature over 400° C in the center area. The outer area remains slightly cooler which is perfect to control the speed of cooking. The inner bowl, which is made of stainless steel, isolates the outside bowl from direct fire to keep it cooler. The base guarantees stability and serves as an air intake for the fireplace. Inside the base there is an ashtray installed, which enables easy removal of ash from the bottom of the fireplace. There is also an adjustable air intake - as part of our airflow design - which allows to control the intensity of fire.
GN-BBQ-222 design line features sharp edges and elegant proportions. All products are available in either corten, carbon or stainless steel.
GN-BBQ-222 Wood Fired Grill Corten Features
Square fire bowl with log storage
Contemporary design with corten finish
Unique construction with quality materials
Stainless steel interior fire bowl
15mm Tempered Carbon steel grill plate
Infinite air supply using the 'Airflow Design'
Grill plate sustains multiple temperatures
Includes ash bucket
WHY DOES MY CORTEN STEEL NOT HAVE THE SAME COLOR AS THE PRODUCTS IN THE BROCHURE?
Corten steel products come with the additional service that the corrosion process has already started by the time they are delivered. Upon delivery, it takes another 6-12 months for the initial corrosion to turn into a fully protective layer. Due to this the color of the products can differ.
WHICH WOOD IS BEST TO USE?
For optimum user comfort, we recommend using oven-dried/very dry wood with max. 20% humidity to prevent smoke formation during cooking. Moreover, oven-dried/very dry wood is much easier to light. One should use a harder type of wood because softer wood like birch wood does burn down way too quickly meaning that huge quantities are needed. Be very careful when using tropical hardwood. It does generate a huge amount of heat and when using too much of it at the same time, it can cause the cooking plate to warp. Oven-dried beech wood is best, because it heats very well and burns down to a mass of coals that optimally heats up the cooking plate. Oak wood we prefer less because it burns down to thin ash. Ash wood is a good compromise between beech and oak.
WHAT LOG SIZE SHOULD I USE?
The ideal size for the logs is around 10 x 30 cm. We advise against using larger pieces of wood. These do tend to catch fire quickly, but generally do not burn down properly due to the lack of space for oxygen in the cone. For the 85 model you need to use smaller logs as the opening of the plate is slightly smaller than the 100 model.
|Contact Person :||Ms. Kelly Zhang|
|Tel :||+86 15824687445|