Countertop Cooking Equipment

Charbroilers are known for the amazing flavor they create when searing your meats to perfection. When it comes to choosing the right charbroiler for your business there are many factors to consider, mainly the type of grate it has. Countertop sized charbroilers such as these are a great choice, they can fit almost anywhere and add that delicious flame broiled taste that a griddle just cannot match. Most are customizable and extra grates can be purchased as add-ons, from fish grates to lava rocks, you can find it here at Burkett!

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Which is better, radiant or lava rock?

Your application and use will tell you which model will be better for you and your restaurant. Lava rock char-broilers use ceramic stones, these rocks can hold flavors of the food you cook and can transfer it to other foods sometimes yielding better taste. However, lava rock models require more cleaning than their radiant counterpart. Radiant char-broilers use metal or cast iron radiants that evenly distribute heat generated by the burner and can be easier to clean since the radiants angle oil and grease away from the burner.

Should I use electric or gas?

Electric models aren't as common as gas but they can get the job done just the same. Whether you're looking to go green or just save some extra money on your gas bill, an electric char-broiler could be the right choice for your establishment. Electric radiant models come in countertop and drop in for your customizing needs.

What styles of charbroilers are there?

There are countertop that can be placed on top of other equipment to save space, countertop drop-in that can cater to unique obstacles, floor models that come with legs or casters. Outdoor models are also available.

Why do BTUs matter?

Knowing the BTUs could possibly help tell you how much propane you might use in an hour. The BTU isn't necessarily how hot the unit will get but instead the power you can expect from every 12 inches of burners per hour. Lower BTUs could save you energy costs while higher BTUs can stand up to a high-demand work environment.