Atosa USA ATRC-24 Heavy Duty Stainless Steel 24-Inch Radiant Broiler - Propane
Atosa USA ATRC-24 Heavy Duty Stainless Steel 24-Inch Radiant Char Broiler - Propane
- The Next Generation of ruggedly constructed gas griddles, charbroilers, fryers, and plates deliver heavy duty performance.
- Quality products at an exceptional value, that help operators of commercial kitchens and restaurants realize better bottom line results.
- The unit is the most economical and flexible in the food service industry.
- Intertek ETL Listed and NSF compliant to North American product safety standards and required sanitation standards.
- One year parts and labor warranty.
CHAR BROILER UNIT FEATURES
Stainless steel structure, durable material, Corrosion resistant and easy to wash. Simple and reasonable structure, easy to manipulate and maintain. High efficient stainless steel burner, pilot standby. Thick stainless steel radiant plate, quick and evenly heating Iron-casted barbecue rack to maintain the thermal inertia. Independently manual control to save the energy. Adjustable rack hanging board, alternative to barbecue gear. Adjustable stainless steel stand.
RADIANT BROILER UNIT SPECIFICATIONS
Heavy Duty Radiant Charbroiler, gas, countertop, 24", (2) stainless steel burners, standby pilots, stainless steel radiant plates, cast iron grill, independent manual controls, adjustable multi-level top grates, stainless steel structure, adjustable stainless steel legs, 70,000 BTU, cETLus, ETL.
Propane Charbroiler Dimensions
16.2(h) x 24(w) x 27.6(d) Inches.
Commercial Charbroiler Grill Spec SheetSpec Sheet Atosa USA ATRC-24 24-Inch Radiant Broiler - Propane
Radiant Charbroiler vs Lava Rock Charbroiler
Radiant Charbroilers radiate an even heat supply upwards to the broilers grids. The radiants broiler's jets are covered by a V shaped angled iron which covers the broilers manifolds. The gas flames comes in contact the angled iron and create radiant heat. Lava Rock Charbroilers use pumas stones. The lava rock broiler's flames jets are covered with a grid on which the a layer of lava stones are spread evenly. The stones absorb the heat from the flames and radiate the heat to the grids.