KitchenAid 4-Burner Built-in Propane Gas Island Grill Head in Stainless Steel with Searing and Rotisserie Burner

by KitchenAid |
Item # 980209117
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Model # 740-0781 |

About this item

  • Stainless steel firebox
  • Easy read temperature gauge
  • Total cooking area 930 square inches
current price: $879.00
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Description

Enjoy time with friends and family at your outdoor grill with this handsome built-in island gas grill from KitchenAid. Constructed with premium corrosion-resistant materials for long-lasting durability, this 36" Built-In Island Gas Grill Head also promises easy upkeep.

Exceptional Grilling with Lots of Cooking Space

Boasting 931 square inches of total cooking space, the unit thrusts up to 71,000 BTUs of fire-roasting energy across four main stainless-steel burners, one ceramic infrared searing burner and one ceramic rotisserie burner. Perched above the primary burners are angled flame tamers that deflect heat, prevent flare-ups and vaporize drippings into flavor infusions that permeate foods with a distinctive smoky taste.

Consistent Heat Across Four Stainless-Steel Burners

This built-in grill features four premium-grade 10,000 BTU stainless-steel main burners with KitchenAid's Even-Heat System. This Even-Heat System distributes consistent and uniform heat across the stainless steel-wrapped cooking grates so there aren't any hot spots. Electronic ignition allows burners to fire up instantly and the built-in thermometer enables precise temperature regulation. And you'll always cook the perfect cut of meat, no matter where you place it on the grill.

Where should my grill be placed on the patio?

Your grill should always be at least 10 feet away from your home, awning, garage or railings so as not to spark a fire.

How often should I clean my grill?

How often you deep clean your grill depends on how frequently you use it, but it’s a good idea to get in there and really scrub things down at least once a month. If you notice that your grill is struggling to get over 500 degrees Fahrenheit or your food is cooking unevenly, it’s time for a thorough cleaning. Seasonal grillers should also plan to do a deep clean toward the end of spring to make sure everything’s in shape for the summer, and once more at the end of the season before your grill goes back into hibernation.

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