• Refractory concrete construction
• Metal hood guard strengthens and protects the chimney
• Can be fired with wood or charcoal
• Height adjustable grill with large 76 x 40cm cooking surface
• Includes adhesive for assembly and 10kg sealant paint
The Portorose Masonry Barbecue is made from quality refractory concrete with a contrasting attractive, durable Marmotech shelf running around the front and sides. Marmotech combines refractory concrete with granulated marble to form a heat resistance material that does not require final painting.
The barbecue can be fired using wood or charcoal. Wood gives a unique aroma and unmistakable flavour to food, but also creates a much higher temperature. Hence the firebox and grill area are strengthened to withstand the heat produced from a log fire. The back firebox wall, the part of the BBQ subjected to the greatest heat is made of four panels (two external, horizontal ones and two internal, vertical ones) with a gap that lets the external air through to prevent the whole structure from overheating. The quality continues with a metal hood guard which protects the chimney from the heat generated.
A large chrome steel Argentinian style grill grate with wooden handles provides a cooking area of 76 x 40cm and two height levels allowing you to easily adjust the cooking temperature. By moving the food further away from the coals you can reduce the heat. The grill has v-shaped channels to allow fat to drain away from food into a grease trough at the front.
A very thick steel brazier, for burning wood, sits across the rear of the grill.
Under the cooking area is a shelf for handy storage, together with a log store.
This Masonry BBQ is supplied with a 310ml tube of adhesive for assembly and 10kg sealant paint.
Overall dimensions (cm): W118 x D92 x H246cm