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Char-Broil

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Gourmet TRU-Infrared 2-Burner Propane Gas Grill

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The infrared heating system featured in the Char-Broil Gourmet TRU-Infrared 2-Burner Propane Gas Grill helps to sear in flavor and keep food moist and juicy. You can drop wood chips through the grill's cast-iron grates for added flavor. Fold-up side shelves on the grill offer extra food preparation space. The grill's Surefire electronic ignition guarantees a quick and easy startup every time.

  • 430 sq. in. main cooking grates offer plenty of grilling space
  • 2 stainless steel tube burners
  • 24,000 BTU cooking system delivers powerful heat and performance
  • Infrared heat cooking system provides a wide temperature range, from intense searing to slow rotisserie cooking, for added flavor
  • Cast-iron cooking grates are porcelain coated for strength
  • Fold-up shelves make the grill more compact when not in use
  • Mounted on wheels for portability
  • Surefire electronic ignition ensures the grill fires up every time
  • Catch pan, heat thermometer and warming rack included for convenience
  • Dimensions : 46.4 in. W x 24 in. D x 46.1 in. H
  • Quick and easy assembly
  • Protect your investment with a grill cover (sold separately)
  • Don't forget the propane -- available at our in-store propane exchange centers

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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.) 
23.5 in 
Assembled Height (in.) 
45.5 in 
Assembled Width (in.) 
46 in 
Cooking space (sq. in.) 
430 

Details

BTUs 
21300 
Color 
Stainless Steel and Black 
Color Family 
Stainless 
Convertible to Natural Gas (NG) 
No 
Grill Assembly 
Quick Assembly 
Grill Color Family 
Stainless 
Grill Features 
Wheels,Catch Pan,Heat Thermometer,Infrared Burner,Warming Rack 
Grill Grate Material 
Porcelain-Coated Steel 
Grill Material 
Painted Steel 
Grill/Smoker Fuel Type 
Propane 
Grill/Smoker Fuel Type 
Propane 
Ignition Type 
Electrical 
Number of Burners 
Outdoor Living Product Type 
Propane Grill 
Product Weight (lb.) 
94 lb 
Returnable 
30-Day 
Tank included 
No 

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings 
CSA Listed 
Manufacturer Warranty 
Stainless Burner[Limited Lifetime] Firebox and Lid[2 yrs] All Other Parts[1 yr] 

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Does this come with roterssiery?

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August 5, 2014
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mine did not come with the equipment for roterssier
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June 20, 2014
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No. This model does not include a rotisserie.
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June 20, 2014
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This Gourmet TRU-Infrared 2-Burner Grill does not come with a rotisserie. A rotisserie must be purchased separately. We recommend the Deluxe Grill Rotisserie. This is model # 3184727.
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June 20, 2014
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No. The rotisserie does not come with the grill. but one can be purchased separately.
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June 20, 2014
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No, but a rotisserie is an add-on accessory that you can get separately.
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June 20, 2014
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This unit did not come with a rotisserie. Appears to have a mount for one.
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June 19, 2014
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There is a rotisserie setting on the dials, but no actual rotisserie hardware was included in mine.
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How do you use the self cleaning with this model?

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July 25, 2013
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April 11, 2015
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I have found from a friend on cleaning gas grills the grates to be very easy to do. Take aluminum foil with the shiny side down on the grate and turn on the gas grill on high for about 5-10 minutes. The grates will turn white or gray just wipe off and you are done. Very simple no scrubbing or scrapping needed. Wish I had learned this one years ago but have used it the past few years and has worked ever Read More
I have found from a friend on cleaning gas grills the grates to be very easy to do. Take aluminum foil with the shiny side down on the grate and turn on the gas grill on high for about 5-10 minutes. The grates will turn white or gray just wipe off and you are done. Very simple no scrubbing or scrapping needed. Wish I had learned this one years ago but have used it the past few years and has worked ever since. Hope this helps you and any one else in regards to cleaning the grates. Read Less
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I normally just turn the knobs to the clean markings and close the lid for about 10-15 minutes. This allows the bbq to incinerate any food matter thats stuck to the grill. After 10 minutes you scrub it with your bbq brush to scrape off all the burnt bits stuck on the grill. They should fall right into your trough. The next day, or after its cooled down, you can remove the grates and scrape out the trough Read More
I normally just turn the knobs to the clean markings and close the lid for about 10-15 minutes. This allows the bbq to incinerate any food matter thats stuck to the grill. After 10 minutes you scrub it with your bbq brush to scrape off all the burnt bits stuck on the grill. They should fall right into your trough. The next day, or after its cooled down, you can remove the grates and scrape out the trough to clean all the burnt particles. I noticed that the trough fits into most standard sized trash bags, so I place the whole thing in the trash bag and scrape it down. The trash bag keeps all the black burnt stuff from getting all over your concrete or yard. Read Less
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August 3, 2013
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The self cleaning function is simply the highest setting for the gas valve and will create high temperatures inside the grill. The high temperature (~600 F) burns food debris and grease/fat to ash. Typically 10 min at the highest setting will clean the grill. If left on for long periods the high temperatures can damage the grill. This has happened to me. It will also consume your gas much faster.
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The self cleaning function is simply the highest setting for the gas valve and will create high temperatures inside the grill. The high temperature (~600 F) burns food debris and grease/fat to ash. Typically 10 min at the highest setting will clean the grill. If left on for long periods the high temperatures can damage the grill. This has happened to me. It will also consume your gas much faster.
It is probably only necessary to clean (burn) out the grill when is is obviously dirty or once a month. Read Less
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July 26, 2013
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I am not exactly sure what you are asking. If you turn on the two burners to full flame, you will reach 650 to 700 degrees in approx. 10 minutes. I use this temp to grill steaks, ribs and other beef cuts and they are juicy and tender and only take a few minutes to cook.
I suppose you could use this high setting to "self clean" as well. It will certainly turn any residue on the grill to ash and then just
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I am not exactly sure what you are asking. If you turn on the two burners to full flame, you will reach 650 to 700 degrees in approx. 10 minutes. I use this temp to grill steaks, ribs and other beef cuts and they are juicy and tender and only take a few minutes to cook.
I suppose you could use this high setting to "self clean" as well. It will certainly turn any residue on the grill to ash and then just brush it off.
Be sure you clean the pan under the grates as well to keep grill from smoking a lot when cooking.
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This Char-Broil Gourmet TRU-Infrared 2-Burner Grill does not have a self cleaning function, but it can utilize the burnoff technique. This can be performed by turning the grill to high for about 15 to 20 after you have finished cooking. This will burn off any food or grease particles that may still in the grill. After this the cooking grates can be prushed off. Follow this link for more information on Read More
This Char-Broil Gourmet TRU-Infrared 2-Burner Grill does not have a self cleaning function, but it can utilize the burnoff technique. This can be performed by turning the grill to high for about 15 to 20 after you have finished cooking. This will burn off any food or grease particles that may still in the grill. After this the cooking grates can be prushed off. Follow this link for more information on cleaning... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e8jtZ62hukA Read Less
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I'm not aware of a self cleaning feature. Let me know if you find one. I will say the grates are so heavy duty that they clean very easily. They will live longer than I will. I have used everything from an Easy Off oven cleaner on them to just a scrub brush... especially when the grill is hot... and they clean up just fine. Sorry I can't say more.
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Turn both burners to the highest setting for about 10 minutes after the food has been removed. That will burn off any grease and turn any remaining food particles to ash.
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do you lite gas grill with lid up or down

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Bean Station, Tn.
June 22, 2013
We bought Char Broil Infrared gas grill, we don't know IF you lite it with lid up or down
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Always lite it with the lid up. Then we cook with it down.
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June 24, 2013
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The lid should always be open whenever lighting this Char-Broil Gourmet TRU-Infared 2-Burner Grill.
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ALWAYS light with the lid up. Otherwise, you could get a buildup of gas under the lid which could lead to a most unpleasant result. Open the lid, turn on the gas knobs and close the lid once it is lit.
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Always up!
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It shouldn't matter but I like lid up so I can see that it is properly lit and lid up also allows a better flow of oxygen to assist in ignition. More important is to click the igniter switch on just slightly ahead of turning on the gas to avoid the popping/mini-explosion of gas one gets if excessive gas accumulates before the igniter is activated.
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Which is better, the Home Depot porcelain coated cast iron grates or the Lowes stainless steel grates?? Both are Charbroil infrared grills!

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I don't have experience with the longevity of the porcelain (HD version) but the Lowe's version (stainless grids with IR tray under them) lasted about 4-5 years of 2ish uses per week during Kansas City "grilling acceptable weather". The grill was always covered. Now my IR trays, which are directly under the grilling bars, are rusted through. In theory, the porcelain should never rust, but there is quite Read More
I don't have experience with the longevity of the porcelain (HD version) but the Lowe's version (stainless grids with IR tray under them) lasted about 4-5 years of 2ish uses per week during Kansas City "grilling acceptable weather". The grill was always covered. Now my IR trays, which are directly under the grilling bars, are rusted through. In theory, the porcelain should never rust, but there is quite a bit of feedback that the IR trough of the Home Depot version is prone to rusting. I am not sure if this is due to lack of "seasoning" or coating the trough with High Temp Silicon as preventative or not.
We enjoyed the compact size of the grill, the quality of the food but now in addition to trays being shot, the regulator is kaput so I am grill shopping again. I would buy this model again, just deciding on which version. I am leaning toward HD version. However, the trays directly under the grates does catch grease and food bits which smoke and add to the "grilled" flavor if you don't burn them off completely before cooking the next time. Read Less
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I've had better luck with the porcelain-coated grids - the stainless doesn't seem to last as long over time with the heat - they're too thin.
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I preferred the Home Depot porcelain coated grates... easy to clean and strong!
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Cast iron is almost indestructible except for one thing: rust. Stainless Steel resists rust and is equally indestructible.
So, all things being equal, I would think the edge would go to stainless steel.
However, cast iron can be coated with enamel/porcelain (is there a difference?) to prevent rust, but can the enamel be chipped? Especially with metal cooking tools?
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Cast iron is almost indestructible except for one thing: rust. Stainless Steel resists rust and is equally indestructible.
So, all things being equal, I would think the edge would go to stainless steel.
However, cast iron can be coated with enamel/porcelain (is there a difference?) to prevent rust, but can the enamel be chipped? Especially with metal cooking tools?
Stainless steel is often seen in round rods. Thickness of the rods should count for more durability. Read Less
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I think a lot depends on how much a neat freak you are. The cooking and taste of the meat will be about the same. Much like your stove and oven, the ceramic lining makes it easier to keep it clean. But for the BBQ, grates can be cleaned with a wire brush or crumpled foil. Many say the charred bits on a steel grate helps add flavor to the meat. We use the steel grates and I cannot taste any difference. If Read More
I think a lot depends on how much a neat freak you are. The cooking and taste of the meat will be about the same. Much like your stove and oven, the ceramic lining makes it easier to keep it clean. But for the BBQ, grates can be cleaned with a wire brush or crumpled foil. Many say the charred bits on a steel grate helps add flavor to the meat. We use the steel grates and I cannot taste any difference. If you like a clean great, get the ceramic. If you do not mind a little crusty, use the steel. Read Less
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Neither. They won't grill your food properly. It will take forever and you won't have control needed for a properly cooked piece of meat.
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Both grills have the ability to provide amazing flavors and a TRU infrared experience. Each grill can reach the same temperatures and allow for the same level of control. The main difference between the two is the setup each grill uses to cook infrared. The Commercial Series, at Lowes, with the stainless steel cooking grates and housing trays and The Gourmet, at Home Depot, with the porcelain cooking Read More
Both grills have the ability to provide amazing flavors and a TRU infrared experience. Each grill can reach the same temperatures and allow for the same level of control. The main difference between the two is the setup each grill uses to cook infrared. The Commercial Series, at Lowes, with the stainless steel cooking grates and housing trays and The Gourmet, at Home Depot, with the porcelain cooking grates and emitter trough. Both TRU infrared grills are very evenly matched and would be great addition to any outdoor setup. Please visit our website for more information... www.charbroil.com Read Less
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