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Grand Hall BBQ
Grand Hall barbecues have proved extremely popular throughout Europe, Australia and America in recent years and we’re glad to now welcome Grand Hall into the UK!
Grand Hall’s ethos is quality at an affordable price and they pride themselves on pushing the boundaries of technology whilst producing unique, sleek and very attractive gas barbecues - all without compromising on quality, style, performance and most of all cost!
With quality being comparable to market leading barbecue manufacturers and contemporary, stunning designs plus amazing new technology, you can’t go far wrong with a Grand Hall barbecue.
The following information relates to Grand Hall's NEW 'Integrill System' and 'Crossray Infrared Technology' featured in a selection of their gas barbecues:
|NEW INTEGRILL SYSTEM|
|Our new cooking grid design prevents fat from dripping directly onto the burner achieving no heat loss, for more efficient cooking.|
|A traditional system requires flame tamers to prevent fat from dripping onto the burner, this results in heat loss, flare ups, and smoke.|
Efficient gas usage & hotter With traditional gas barbecues the tube burners require a large amount of oxygen for air combustion. When the burners are ignited, they suck in oxygen from outside the fi rebox through many ventilation holes. This lowers the inside temperature making the burners less efficient.
However, Crossray® uses surface combustion burners so there is no open fl ame within the firebox. Surface combustion burners require less secondary airfl ow to burn efficiently. Therefore the firebox has less ventilation (nearly completely sealed). Since there is only a small amount of ventilation in the fi rebox, there isn't the possibility of heat escaping creating a hotter fi rebox and a more effi cient barbecue.
We have calculated that the Crossray® uses 25% less gas than a traditional barbecue to produce the same heat.
But because most consumers would enjoy a hotter barbecue, we increase the gas fl ow to achieve a hotter cooking surface.
Less chance of flare-up's and smoke