What are the applications for a commercial grill
A commercial grill is ideal for preparing meals for any time of day. They are available in different sizes and styles, and can cook food items to order right in front of the customer.
What heat source should I use?
Radiant heat provide an intense heat that can cook food quickly. Tube-like burners or infrared tiles in this type of grill create heat that radiates through a metal shield or plate mounted typically above or beside them.
traditional charcoal grills are the most familiar type to anyone who's ever had a backyard cookout. They create heat by burning charcoal, either briquettes or lump. The heat can be regulated by increasing or decreasing the number of coals and adjusting air flow. Charcoal grills require constant attention because there will be hotter and cooler areas of the grill.
What grilling surface should I get?
Stainless steel grates are very affordable, easy to maintain, and durable making them a popular grill surface option.
Chrome grates have a stainless steel core and chrome plating. That makes them more durable than just stainless steel because chrome is a stronger metal that resists corrosion, is resilient, and is not easily damaged.
Cast iron grates distribute and retain heat very well, reduce gas usage, and are very durable and quite heavy.