Twin Eagles makes some of the most beautiful, luxurious BBQ gas grills we’ve seen, right up there with Fire Magic, matching high power cooking performance with stunning fit and finish. This 3-burner, mid-sized model is offered on a cart or as a drop-in head for installation. Twin Eagles employs high grade ceramic briquettes set in stainless steel frames instead of the more typical heat tents. Many believe ceramic briquettes radiate heat better than metal diffusers for searing, and distribute heat more evenly at low roasting temps. Removable dividers between each burner isolate heat for multi-zone cooking setups and hot surface ignition provides reliable start up.
As one would expect, construction is top quality 304 stainless all around. Two halogen hood lights go on and off automatically when the lid is opened or closed and decorative LED control panel lights are standard. Optional charcoal trays and griddle plates fit over the existing burners and a full line of outdoor kitchen options are available from sear burners to rotisseries, kegerators and storage cabinets.
Our listed MSRP is for a double door, cart mounted model.
Twin Eagles Gas Grills
Made in USA:
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Grill, Drop Ins
Propane Gas, Natural Gas Capable
104.17 Heat Flux is the BTU per square inch and is a more useful measure of how much heat a grill delivers than BTU alone.
720 square inches
Large(about 35 burgers)
160 square inches
Twin Eagles, Inc.
In 2005 award winning designer, Dante Cantal, introduced Twin Eagles luxury grills and outdoor kitchen equipment. Cantal co-fouded Lynx and designed for major grill and kitchen manufacturers like Maytag, Jenn-Air and Ducanne. Twin Eagles offers freestanding or drop in gas grills, side burners, doors, drawers, sinks, refrigerators, kegerators and more.
This high quality equipment exhibits the beautiful design and construction expected for the luxury outdoor kitchen market. Their Salamangrill is a gas infrared Salamander grill, typically used in restaurants to sear steaks. The Salamangrill brings steak house cooking to the backyard and can double as a pizza oven.
They also make Delta Heat, a less expensive line with a more limited range of products. Additionally, they make Wolf grills for renowned kitchen appliance manufacturer Sub-Zero.
Available online and at independent hearth and patio stores.
Published On: 12/13/2012
Last Modified: 3/17/2021
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