Catering Equipment Rental
Size 11" x 13"
$15 Small *Serves 32 cups
$45 Large *Serves 100 cups
Gas Grill 8-Burner Commercial
Cooks up to 65 hamburgers or 126 hot dogs at once. The cart provides easy portability for off-site events, packing big power with 116,000 total BTU Output.
8-Burner, 14, 500 btus per burner - Push-button ignition - 2′ x 4′ gas grilling surface; 8 sq feet total - 2′ x 8′ fully open work area - Fold-able windshield - Easy to transport, easy to setup and easy to use. - 2 Dual Stage Propane Regulators - Requires 2-20 lb propane tank - Burns for approximately 7.25 hours
There is 7.25 hr Burn time with 2 20lb propane tank with all burners on full. Keep main cylinder valves securely closed when not in use. WARNING: Propane tank valves are designed to work completely open and/or completely closed. Never just crack the valve. Always position the LP cylinder so that the connection between the valves and the regulator will not cause sharp bends in the hose.
Cooking thick cuts of meat may require a little modification to your cooking technique. Each grill section has two 14,500 BTU burner tubes underneath. Turning on only one of the tubes will allow half of the cooking grate to get searing hot while still giving off enough heat to use the other half for cooking your meat to the desired doneness. Simply sear the meat on the flame side and then move it over to the half without flame for final cooking. Keeping in mind that the “A-Series” grill is a finishing grill, cooking chicken needs some explaining. Bone-in chicken needs to be par cooked before grilling. Many chefs par cook the chicken in a marinade and then simply finish the chicken on the grill for added flavor and presentation grill markings. Using chicken without skin is also recommended. This will reduce your flare-ups and the likelihood of burning your chicken. If you desire to use skin-on chicken, have a water spray bottle handy to attack any flames and reduce flare-ups. Seafood is wonderful when cooked on a Big John Grill, but as with any grill, certain types of seafood are recommended. Meaty fish in steak form is recommended so that it will stay together during the cooking process. Scallops and shrimp on a skewer make a perfect appetizer or meal when served hot from the grill. When cooking skewered meats and vegetables, we recommend using metal skewers. If you choose to use wood, be sure that they have been soaked in water for several hours before the cooking time. This will prevent them from drying out and catching on fire.
Delivery & Setup
This unit may be picked up by the customer provided that a pick-up truck, cargo van or similar vehicle is used. Knights reserves the right to refuse the pickup of any item if we feel the vehicle is undersized or the product is at risk of damage. NO ITEMS may be attached to the roof or roof-racks of a vehicle. Damage to ANY item during transportation is not covered by the optional damage waiver.