Electrolux Releases Integrated BBQ System

Written by Branko Miletic     03/07/2008 | 04:26 | Category: OUTDOOR

Ergonomically designed controls on the side of the Electrolux Integrated barbecue ensure it drops seamlessly into any bench or working surface.

Electrolux Releases Integrated BBQ System


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This ensures the continuity of flowing lines is not disturbed by unsightly installation. The Electrolux Integrated is available with a discreet lid or roasting hood - depending on your design or cooking preference.

Outer surfaces are engineered from 316 marine grade stainless steel, which is suitable for coastal areas. All other components are commercial grade stainless steel, ensuring the barbecue will retain its aesthetic appeal.

An oil management system drains oil and waste into containers that are easily removed from the top of the barbecue, while the angled surface drains oil away from the food for healthier cooking.

Available in: Natural Gas (NG) or Liquid Petroleum (LP)
Product dimensions mm: 1058 (W) x 538 (D) x 42 (H)
Product features include:
Easy clean interlocking stainless split grill system
Unique patent pending oil and grease collection system with oil reservoirs that remove from the top
Four stainless burners - with total rating of 50 MJ/h
Electronic ignition through control knobs Side mount controls
Permanently engraved control markings
Optional fabric weatherproof cover
Available for NG and LPG connection

See www.electrolux.com.au


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