**Grill head and base sold separately**
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For backyard barbecue mavens who like to entertain big and juggle several grilled foods at once, your dream machine has arrived.
When you ignite the burners, heat rises and creates drafting which draws clean cool air through vents located at the bottom of the firebox.
Other grill systems operate solely off the principle that heat rises, which can create hot and/or cold spots. Heat will also follow the path of least resistance. Our exclusive system uses briquette trays with channels that direct heat systematically.
As the heat is pushed upward, it passes through ports located between the ceramic briquettes.
High-grade ceramic briquettes distribute radiant heat evenly to the cooking surface, essential for consistent grilling.
Part of the preheating process involves bringing the ceramic briquettes to temperature. Absorbing heat into the bottom of the briquettes and transferring it out the top takes time and uses gas. Instead of relying solely on absorbing heat into the bottom of the briquettes, the Twin Eagles system also absorbs heat into the sides and tops of the briquettes from channels located between the rows of briquettes.
The Twin Eagles grill allows you to cook multiple food items at different temperatures. A divider between each burner breaks the grilling surface into zones. You can operate all zones at the same temperature level or control each zone temperature independently.
Zone grilling also permits you to grill one or two items efficiently and effectively with only one burner operating. Since drafting pushes the heat upward, it’s concentrated in one zone and will not spread throughout the firebox.
Grates on most grills serve one purpose: to hold your food. Twin Eagles grates actually aid in the grilling process by absorbing, retaining and conducting heat into your food. The thicker or heavier the grate, the more heat it will absorb and retain.
We use 3/8 inch hexagonal stainless steel rods in our grates. They offer over 20% more mass than most grates and 10% more mass than 3/8 inch round rods. The increased mass retains more heat.
The flat surface of the hexagon rods creates more food-to-surface contact over round grates, allowing more heat to be conducted into your food.