The purest expression of the GNEE. Designed to fit in with any surroundings, the Corten BBQ is a beautiful Corten steel object even when not in use. Light it up, and it turns every outdoor event into a special occasion.
All the style and simplicity of GNEE, with the added convenience of a built-in wood storage. The perfect addition in your garden.
Outdoor Corten Steel Fire Pit BBQ with Wood Storage
|Material||Corten Steel / Weathering Steel|
|Surface Treatment||Pre-rusted / Pre-weathered|
|Packing||Inside: Anti-wear Foam Paper, Outside: Wooden Pallet|
|Diameter||Height||Thickness||Net Weight||Gross Weight|
|800mm||800mm||2mm, Grill Plate: 10mm||80 kg||100 kg|
|900mm||900mm||2mm, Grill Plate: 10mm||100 kg||125 kg|
|1000mm||1000mm||2mm, Grill Plate: 10mm||120 kg||150 kg|
Surface treatment can be customized.
The grill plate is made of 10mm thick black carbon steel, which is resistant to external weather conditions, heat-resistant and flexible.
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 IS THE BEST WAY TO LIGHT A FIRE IN THE BBQ?
Stack the pieces of wood two by two, as if you were building a log cabin, with the bark facing outwards to further prevent smoke formation.
With the large size one should build three “log cabins” in order to speed up the heating of the plate. When you light the fire and when you add new wood to the fire, it will generally smoke for a bit until it catches fire properly.
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