As alfresco dining rises.
Sub-Zero & Wolf managing director, Andrew Mumford told Appliance Retailer that indoor/outdoor living is continuing to be a big trend, particularly with warm Australian weather conditions, people are looking to extend their living area to the outdoors and take advantage of the climate.
“Outdoor kitchens are continuing to become more advanced and we are seeing consumers invest in fully equipped outdoor kitchens and alfresco areas. Our Wolf outdoor BBQ coordinates with the indoor Wolf appliances which creates a cohesive design and makes it feel like an extension of the indoor kitchen,” he said.
Wolf outdoor BBQs have the same signature red control knobs and are designed to feature and coordinate with indoor Wolf appliances. As an alternative, black knobs are available for design flexibility. They feature heavy-duty stainless steel construction sculpted in double-wall stainless steel and precision welded for seamless strength.
Halogen lights inside the grill produce brilliant white light to illuminate the grilling surface. LED lights positioned above the Wolf knobs make it easy to adjust the controls in dim light.
Wolf outdoor BBQ’s uses two types of heat, direct and radiant from ceramic briquettes, to achieve the ideal temperature range and uniform heat distribution. Direct heat from the gas burners delivers high, searing temperatures and rapid preheating, while radiant heat sources distribute temperatures evenly.
Solid, 10mm thick stainless steel grates retain and radiate more heat for more even grilling. A spring hood assist opens and closes the stainless steel hood with a light touch. The heavy-duty, concealed springs eliminate 50 percent of the weight, and the handle design keeps hands away from the hot grilling surfaces. Two position rotisserie rotates meats in front of an infrared burner for even cooking, holding up to 11kg.