Twin Eagles Built-in Grill with Infrared Sear Zone Kit (TEBQ30G-C-N-TESZ-KIT), Natural Gas, 30-Inch: Product Description
The TEBQ30G-C-N-TESZ-KIT Twin Eagles 30-inch Built-in Grill offers unmatched luxury and design. This grill features #304 stainless steel construction and contains two stainless steel burners rated for 25,000 BTU each. High end ceramic briquettes allow for an effective mix of radiant and direct heat for thorough and flavorful cooking. The 3/8-inch hexagonal stainless steel grates offer 20 percent more mass than most grates to assist in the grilling process by absorbing, retaining and conducting heat into your food. The hot surface ignition system allows for simple, reliable ignition every time for a user friendly experience. An infrared sear zone kit allows for versatile cooking options. Other premium features on this grill include a smoker box, warming rack, temperature gauge, interior halogen lights and exterior ambient LED lights-giving you the tools you need to grill a masterpiece with every meal. Designed for use with natural gas.
Advantages & tips natural gas grill
If you have a natural gas connection, you can choose between a gas grill with propane or natural gas. A propane grill is especially recommended if you want to use your grill mobile or your outdoor kitchen with built-in barbecue is far from the port. Otherwise, the natural gas grill has an advantage.
Barbecue to save money!
Natural gas is cheaper than propane. Contact your natural gas provider for current prices.
You have less effort!
Propane gas must always be bought in bottles from a hardware store or from a specialist dealer. Constantly buying and changing the propane gas bottle takes a lot of time. Natural gas is connected once and is always available.
Ask the specialist!
Never connect a natural gas grill yourself or convert the grill on your own. The professional connects your grill properly and you don’t have to worry about possible dangers.
Pay attention to ventilation!
If you install a natural gas grill in your outdoor kitchen and the connection is not hidden outside, but hidden in the base, make sure there is sufficient ventilation. Ventilation slots at the top of the built-in door are recommended here. In contrast to propane gas, natural gas is lighter than air.
Pay attention to the power requirement!
Natural gas sockets are often a bottleneck and only let 15kW / h through, even if there is more power behind them. Natural gas barbecues almost always require far more than 15 kW / h.
Cleaning the gas grill: With these means it works
Water and detergent always help
The simplest methods are often the best. This also applies to the cleaning of the gas grill, where water and detergent are usually the most effective. The grillage , drip tray and frame should first be scrubbed with clear water, then soaked with a mild detergent and then wiped off again with water.
Special grill cleaners are a useful addition to loosen stubborn dirt. This is especially necessary after a long barbecue break during which the gas grill has not been maintained.
It makes even more sense to let the grill run at the highest level before actually cleaning it. By burning it clean , the excess fat burns in, the residues fall off and can be brushed off with a steel brush.
Factors to consider before buying a gas grill
If you chose an outdoor gas grill, here are a few points to help you choose:
1. Size of the gatural gas grill
The size of the grill area is an important consideration when buying a gas grill. With a larger grill area, it is easier to knock out larger amounts of food. When deciding on the size of the grill, you should consider the number of people you cook with regularly. Most people generally opt for the size of the grill around a 32-inch mark. The reason for this is that this size gives you enough space to cook in a variety of ways.
2. Take into account the number of burners
If the grill has a few burners, you can prepare food to satisfy the hunger of 4 people at the same time without any problems. On the other hand, if the number of people you cook with is 8, you need to go for a three burner grill. If you choose a device with fewer than three burners, it may be difficult to achieve even heat distribution.
3. Gas type
You may be wondering if there are gas grills in different versions. You should consider whether you need natural gas or propane gas. If you choose a device that works with natural gas, you should have a gas pipe in place of your grill. Even if affordable grills used not to have natural gas, you could find them today. Natural gas conversion kits are also available these days that work, even if you choose a grill that runs on propane gas but has a natural gas supply in your home. Natural gas barbecues will cost you less in the long run. With this option, you can also save trips to the propane gas warehouse.
4. Looking beyond burgers
A basic gas grill will help you cook burgers and hot dogs. However, if you want to prepare sizzling steaks and fish with burn marks, you need to look at a temperature range. The higher the temperature range, the better the grill can prepare different types of food. If you want to cook large or hard pieces of meat slowly, you should choose a grill that allows indirect cooking.
5. Materials and thickness of the wire rack
The high-quality stainless steel material is used for the grillage. You should consider not only the material but also the thickness of the grill when comparing different grills. As you can tell, the grill is an essential part that has been wearing a lot over the years. If the grids are thicker, they stay with you longer. They also ensure better heat storage. The meat that you prepare on such grills also shows stronger grilling marks.
6. The grill’s footprint
In addition to the size of your cooking surface, you should also compare the space created by the grill before shopping. This is an important consideration when there is limited space for the grill. Most grills come with side shelves that can either be attached or detached, depending on user needs. For safety reasons, it is better to make sure the grill is 5 to 6 feet away from the surface and other flammable materials.
You may have heard of BTU Rating. It is the measurement of the amount of heat generated by the burner. If a grill has a higher BTU, it does not mean that it is generating more and more heat. Knowing the level of heat generated is only one factor. It also determines the size of the grill and how well it can hold and distribute the heat. So you shouldn’t choose a grill just because it has a higher BTU number. Rather, you should compare the number with the shape and size of the grill. Compact and smaller grills can produce even higher cooking temperatures with lower BTUs.
8. Keep away from the infrared
If you compare gas grills, you will find that most of them are equipped with infrared burners. These burners are intended for those who want to achieve intense heat for frying chops or steaks. It is better to avoid grilling with this type of burner. The reason is that they don’t burn better than normal gas burners. You can rather choose models that reach high firing temperatures and even bring them to low firing temperatures for indirect cooking.
9. Consider a grill with flame retardants
There are flame tamers between the cooking grate and the burner, which are also referred to as aroma bars/plates. They protect the burners from fat and drops. In return, they will reduce flare-ups. They can even form the fat and vaporize it. In turn, they help give your meat a smoky flavour.
If the grill is more flame retardant, the heat is distributed and rises from the burner to the hob. If you opt for a full-surface gas grill with flame tamers, you get an evenly heated cooking surface.
The ideal flame arresters are usually made of ceramic or stainless steel. It is important to check that the flame retardant materials are corrosion resistant when you grill with flame retardants.
10. burner material
In addition to taking into account the number of burners and avoiding infrared burners, you should also pay attention to other materials used in the manufacture of burners.
Stainless steel burners are considered the best. This type is generally made using a perforated tube. They usually last for several years to produce the best blue fire.
You will also come across gas grills with cast iron burners. Not only are these burners solid, but they also deliver the performance you want to achieve. However, the material used to make these burners can rust quickly.
Another alternative you’ll come across is a tin burner. These are ineffective burners that rust within a year. They also do not help to achieve the desired amount of heat.
Of course, gas barbecues are called durable barbecues compared to other versions. In addition, the shelf life of the grill you choose depends on various factors. The factors include materials, metal thickness and quality of the parts used by the manufacturer. The main role, however, is how well you maintain the device. With proper maintenance, the quality of the grills can last a long time.