82 cm large grill grate with frying surface and side panels made of the exclusive stainless steel 316 L. The side panels are mounted as a cross and are designed to create the right distance between charcoal / wood when grilling. This unique grill grate fits all our fire bowls in size 80 cm.
Note! Only grid in this option. Do not forget to also add the bowl if you are interested in it.
4,200 kr inc VAT
New for this year is our unique large grill grate with stand for Glow in size 80 cm, Art Glow and Halo. This large grill grate in stainless steel is 82 cm in diameter and also has a frying surface and an opening for easy filling of charcoal / wood. The associated side panels in the Corten are mounted as a cross and are there to create the right distance between charcoal / wood when grilling. This large grill grate is made of 3 mm thick exclusive stainless steel (316 L). With the help of this barbecue grill, you can arrange cozy barbecue evenings out in your own garden all year round.
The two most common types of stainless steel are 304 L and 306 L. The variant 316 is the second most used steel after 304, where 316 is significantly more expensive than 304. Which variant should be used in the manufacture of large grill grates?
When talking about stainless steel, it is easy to assume that it never rusts. However, this is not true. Just like ordinary steel, stainless steel can rust if exposed to extreme environments. The difference between other steel and stainless steel is its resistance. Stainless steels can withstand much more time and abuse before they show signs of wear. Therefore, stainless steel is a good alternative for our large grill grates.
Both 304 and 316 contain chromium and nickel, but 316 contains a larger amount of nickel. Nickel can improve the durability, mechanical properties and oxidation resistance of metal materials. Therefore, the amount of nickel in the material directly affects the overall properties of the material. The most important difference between the two, however, is the addition of molybdenum, an alloy that drastically improves corrosion resistance, especially for more salt or chloride exposed environments. 316 stainless steel contains molybdenum but 304 does not. Therefore, 316 is a safer material choice in more salt or chloride exposed environments, which may be the case when using this large grill grate.