Barbecue Machine manufacturers create and sell barbecue grills, which are gas or charcoal-fueled cooking appliances used for roasting, steaming, or frying foods.
The products are used by restaurants, hotels, bars, convention centers, and event venues. The industry also provides a range of accessories, such as fuel tanks, covers, grill cleaning tools, firepit liners, and welding blankets. Manufacturers provide products and services to businesses that use the equipment, such as builders, corporate housing providers, designers, contractors, offices, and real estate agents.
Manufacturer of electric or gas fired barbecue grills for commercial applications. Food warmers and rotisseries are also offered. Features include adjustable grates, removable legs, and utility shelves. Products are available in several sizes and colors. Designs are ADA compliant. Services are provided including technical support, warehousing and shipping.
A barbecue grill, or barbie in Australia and commonly shortened to BBQ, is a cooking appliance that uses one of three fuel sources (gasoline, propane or charcoal) to heat meats, vegetables and other foods. Most people cook on barbecues outdoors, but they can also be used indoors. Barbecues are popular with backyard chefs, but they can also be found in kitchens of restaurants, cafeterias and schools. They are also used for outdoor events, such as picnics, and for public spaces like parks.
The US Barbecue & Grill Manufacturing industry comprises establishments that produce gas and solid-fuel barbecues, grills and braziers. The industry does not include establishments that manufacture other types of outdoor cooking equipment, such as camp stoves. Revenues for the industry are influenced by consumer spending habits and housing trends, particularly new home construction. The industry is highly fragmented, with the top 10 companies generating less than 20% of total revenue.
A portable charcoal grill can be carried on the back or pulled by its handle and loaded with lump charcoal for easy cooking anywhere in a campsite, park or at a picnic site. It operates using the same principle as other charcoal grills: a pile of coal is started with either a chimney starter, a butane torch, or an electric heat gun and when it becomes white-hot, it can be brushed off to form a flat surface that cooking grates can be installed above for direct heat cooking or placed farther away from it for indirect heating. Some models also have hot ash receptacles and side racks. Some are able to fold into a compact, luggage-style unit that is easily transported. Custom logo imprinting is offered.