The BBQ Depot
We are a Grill Shop that has been in business since 1956. We have always specialized in Grills (We started as a Propane Dispensary) . We service and repair them as well as build Outdoor Kitchens.
Since their introduction back in the 90s, the BBQ Depot has been a proud dealer of Lynx Grills. Lynx leads the market in the design and manufacture of outdoor equipment, setting the standard for cutting-edge innovation and features. Their exclusive cast-ceramic burner delivers consistent flame and heat better than any metal burner, and their "hood assist" makes lifting and lowering the grill hood effortless. By using top-quality materials and construction techniques, Lynx has managed to create a refined grilling experience with unbeatable results. Their patented Trident variable infrared burner cooks at both high and low temperatures like no other technology on the market, and their cast-ceramic burners hold and radiate high temperatures, which improve cooking times and energy-efficiency.
There are five Lynx sizes to choose from: 27", 30", 36", 42", and 54," each of which is available in a number of different burner combinations, including all cast-ceramic burners, ceramic and trident burners, and all trident burners. The 27" and 30" grills have two main burners. The 36" and 42" grills have three main burners. And the 54" grills have four main burners. There are two-burner configuration options on the 27", and three options on the 30" and above. Each burner has 25,000 BTUs of cooking power.
Under the hood, Lynx Grills are pretty simple. Stainless rod cooking grates sit above ceramic briquettes and trays, below which sit the burners-either cast brass (in older grills), cast-ceramic, or Prosear. Cast brass burners produce traditional blue flames while Prosear burners provide high-intensity searing heat. While Lynx had been known for its high-powered brass burners, in 2018 they redesigned their burner to cast-ceramic, specifically, cordierite ceramic, a material used in kilns and commercial ovens for its ability to endure the highest temperatures. Burners often suffer damage, with extreme heat expanding and contracting the metal, and food and grease residue clogging the ports. Ceramic burners do not conduct heat in the same manner as metal, and are not as affected by the heat. Nor do these ceramic burners have ports. They do not get clogged.
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