THE PER­FECT STEAK IN MIN­UTES - EV­ERY TIME

Hospitality News Middle East - - PRODUCT ZONE - Karim Moughar­bel Study and De­sign Man­ager Armobel [email protected] armobel.net

In­frared has be­come a buzz­word in cook­ing, be­gin­ning back in 2000, when the patent for the in­frared burner ex­pired and the tech­nol­ogy was re­leased in the mar­ket. The most im­por­tant fact about in­frared grills and burn­ers is their abil­ity to gen­er­ate much higher tem­per­a­tures than nor­mal grills and to heat up much faster than stan­dard mod­els. It’s not un­com­mon to hear users say that these grills can reach sur­face cook­ing tem­per­a­tures of well over 700°C in as lit­tle as seven min­utes.

The Mer­ca­tus Power Grill is an ul­tra­high-tem­per­a­ture, in­fra-red grill that en­ables you to make restau­rant qual­ity steaks with an amaz­ing caramelized crust, with min­i­mum ef­fort.

The Ger­man-de­signed Power Grill heats up to a fan­tas­tic 800°C, al­low­ing you to cook meat, fish, veg­eta­bles and fruits in su­per-quick time to lock in the nat­u­ral juices, fla­vor and nu­tri­ents. There is no quicker and bet­ter way to grill. • Ger­man engi­neered and crafted in form and func­tion • Healthy ce­ramic, in­fra-red, high tem­per­a­ture grilling (heat from above) • 1500°F (800°C) high tem­per­a­ture grilling, with propane or elec­tric power • Cooks a one-inch steak to medium-rare per­fec­tion in 60 sec­onds per side • Restau­rant qual­ity dishes - cre­ates a pure fla­vor ex­plo­sion • Grills meat, fish, chicken, shrimps - even desserts • Easy to clean - re­mov­able parts are dish­washer safe • Europe’s fa­vorite way to BBQ, with a high tem­per­a­ture, in­fra-red grill

As ex­clu­sive agents and dis­trib­u­tors for many rep­utable Amer­i­can, Euro­pean and Asian com­pa­nies, we were able to be­come a lead­ing firm in our field by con­stantly study­ing the mar­ket, in or­der to iden­tify our cus­tomers’ needs and of­fer high-qual­ity prod­ucts, com­bined with valu­able con­sul­tancy ser­vices

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