SO WHAT ABOUT CONVECTION?? All gas grills work with convection. Of course some of them are designed to be better at it than others. In essence convection means the transfer of heat via the air surrounding the heat source. So the idea is to get the air constantly moving around the food so that you get a better and more evenly cooked meal.  Here is a great illustration of convection. So in this way all grills are convection because all grills will form convection currents; though some grill producers add certain technology to enhance the effect.  Take for instance the Titanfire BBQ Convection Bake Plate You can see how the bake plate makes the heat emanate from the outside of the plate thus creating a convection current. Here’s another device used to enhance convection: TurboQue Smoker – Convection Grilling This device works in obvious ways. So at the end of the day
Many folks think of BBQ Grilling as a given. There’s always a grill around. It seems like we have but to think BBQ and surely it will happen whether be it red burning coals or propane gas flames – it’s a given. But only those whom have actually invested in a professional gas grill know there is no given here. It’s quite an investment as grills can soar up $5k. If this is you, you want only the best Appliance Repair service in your area.  At Grill Tanks Plus we recognize and honor the values of others, and we want you to retain the fulfilling feeling of having made such a great investment.  BBQ GRILL REPAIR  At Grill Tanks Plus repairs division, we must have done over 2000 grills by now; we have seen it all. But don’t take our word for it. Just check out our testimonials page with just a
BBQ Grill Cleaning is a tough and messy job. We’ve been at it for a long time and have all the best tools for the job. However, if you would like to try here’s what you need to know. 1. Start by dismantling the BBQ Grill. This involves the grates, metal flavor bars or briquette tray, burners and drip pan. Scrubbing with a heavy duty scrub pad will get a lot of it done. Make sure no holes are clogged so that grease can get into the drip pan correctly. Once done you should see something like this: 2. The cooking grates can be tough too. Sometimes not though depending on how long it’s been since its last cleaning. Here you will need to get detailed in your cleaning because there are many nooks and crannies to get into. We use a drill with a wire wheel and that makes
Char Broil vs. Weber Grills
 By: Char-Broil? Or Weber? That is the question. The battle between these 2 giants is ongoing. Both have enormous reputations due to the popularity of their products. Though not considered high end, their products are of quality value, and that’s what makes them so great. It will be the purpose of this article to measure the value of their products and see if we can discern a winner. Weber Grills The invention of the Kettle grill in 1952 marked the beginning of Weber grills. Its inventor George Stephan, employed by Weber at the time, was always looking for ways to improve his grill. It was a quick hit in the industry and by 1956 he had redesigned it to more modern standards. Then in 1985 came the Weber Genesis grill. George realized cooking grates would increase equal heat distribution and also better control flare ups due to drippings. This
By Paul Ricard of Grill Tanks Plus, LLC, Monday, 6/20/16 Summertime is here and what nostalgia, if not dreamy days, bird’s chirping and the smell of BBQ in the air comes to mind when one thinks about these coming months? However, disaster can quickly turn what was supposed to be nostalgic into tragedy. According to the U.S. Fire Administration, about 6,000 BBQ Grill fires will take place on residential properties this year, tolling up to 40 million in damages and moreover sending about 100 people to the emergency room. Of those 100, 10 will die. In reality, those numbers could be far smaller if people would follow some simple steps to ensure BBQ Grill safety. Follow these tips and you can ensure a safe summer to remember! 1. Always turn the grill off at the gas source first, then the burners. This ensures that the gas does not remain in