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IG Charcoal BBQ

Friday, August 16, 2019

The IG Charcoal BBQ is a Santa Maria style stainless-steel grill. It eliminates the need of having an additional table for storing food, utensils, and/or condiments. The grill offers a storage rack below the grill body that is 14 x 32 inches. The two side trays attached to the grill both measure 13 x 18.5 inches. Designed for grilling meat, and to accommodate skewers, the grill offers 503 sq. inches of cooking space on stainless-steel grates. The large surface area is one of the best features by making it easier to grill for large parties. The grill can cook up to 30 skewers at a time.

Another feature is the rotating charcoal handle. The handle gives grill enthusiasts the feature of raising and lowering the charcoal tray to change the cooking temperature. This feature allows grillers the option of char grilling by adjusting the oxygen levels and by using less/more charcoal.

Each grill grate is removable for easy cleanup and charcoal prep. The grill comes in seven pieces and, once finished, the dimensions of the grill are 61.5 inches in length, 18 inches in width and 36.5 inches in height. The grade of the stainless steel is 304.

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