Unique Charred Tastes With Gas Charbroilers
Gas charbroilers are recognized for the unique smoky and charred flavor and look they create, comparable to proteins cooked on a commercial grill outdoors. They are typically composed of burners as the heat source, radiants for heat transfer, and grates as the cooking surface. The evenly spaced cast-iron or stainless steel ribs cut the attractive sear marks on the finished products. Gas can heat the grates faster and quickly respond to finer temperature adjustments.
You can specify the gas type on your gas charbroiler. The primary advantage of commercial propane charbroilers over natural gas charbroilers is their portability so that you can cook on the go with an LP gas tank. Your purchase will come with a conversion kit to switch between propane and natural gas. You could also choose your gas type based on the model you need. Countertop charbroilers and floor models would work perfectly with natural gas as they are designed for indoor use. LP is preferable on mobile and built-in models used for outdoor cooking.
Gas charbroilers use two materials to transfer heat to the cooking surface. A metal element placed above the burners does this in gas radiant charbroilers. If you want to serve more charred products spreading attractive smells in your kitchen, you can go for lava rocks as the heating source. You can also select from different sizes. The broiling area may vary from 12 to 84 inches, and this size affects the number of burners. Manufacturers place a burner for every 6 or 12-inch increase in grate width.
You can select commercial gas charbroilers from trusted brands at Chef's Deal, American Range, Comstock-Castle, Connerton, Crown Verity, EmborGlo, and more. You can also see other charbroilers with alternative power types.