DCS started the luxury stainless steel outdoor kitchen movement in the 80s. This mid-sized three burner displays the quality and innovation that keeps DCS on a short list for many independent hearth and patio distributors. Instead of heat tents, DCS uses a bed of thin ceramic rods mounted in stainless steel frames that cover the powerful 25,000 BTU burners. Many believe ceramic briquettes radiate intense heat and distribute heat better than your typical metal diffusers. The blanket of thin ceramic rods is intended to accentuate heat dispersion at all temperature ranges.
Rather than rods or flat laser cut sheets for cooking grates, DSC uses rows of stainless steel with channels shaped like a W or M depending on which side one chooses. These grates, resting at a slight angle above the ceramic rods, constitute the patented DCS grease management system. Drippings are captured in the channels to add BBQ flavor and sizzle while preventing flare-ups. Excess drippings travel down the angled channels and are guided into the grease tray, reminiscent of Argentine V-shaped grates.
A heavy-duty rotisserie with 50 lb. capacity and water proof motor is included. Top quality 304 grade stainless construction all the way around. Available for drop-ins or cart mounted in NG or LP configurations.
36" Professional Gas Grill
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Grill, Drop Ins
Propane Gas, Natural Gas Capable
117.55 Heat Flux is the BTU per square inch and is a more useful measure of how much heat a grill delivers than BTU alone.
638 square inches
Mid-Size(about 31 burgers)
241 square inches
DCS, (Dynamic Cooking Systems), manufactures a full line of high quality, luxury indoor and outdoor cooking equipment. In the 1980s their pioneering team of designers began developing commercial quality, stainless steel products that offered professional styled kitchen and grill equipment to the home chef. They are widely credited with popularizing stainless steel for residential cooking. Many from this visionary team went on to start their own luxury brands.
In addition to their extensive catalog of beautiful, high performance outdoor kitchen items from cart mounted to drop-in grills, drawers, refrigeration and modular island components, DCS offers everything you need indoors as well, from microwaves to dishwashers.
Published On: 11/12/2013
Last Modified: 3/17/2021
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