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Our patented burner technology uses just 5.7kW/H per burner. This means the Synergy Grill SG630 uses 13.11kW/H less than the average 600mm chargrill. This is the same throughout the Synergy Grill range, with average gas savings of 52% compared to grills of similar sizes. This is down to our patented burner system that ensures a complete burn, giving less CO residue than a conventional burner. Heat capturing ceramic technology ensures heat is focused directly towards the food requiring less energy for a cleaner, safer and greener grilling experience.
Due to the patented burner technology and natural ceramics, fat is atomised into a dust and the moisture from the fats and oils is misted back onto the food. This means food produced by the Synergy Grill is more succulent and moist, ensuring a better tasting product for your customers. Even foods such as chicken or well-done steaks, which tend to dry out on conventional chargrills, retain their moisture and flavour. The Synergy Grill also has specially designed cast iron bars, which give a consistent, sharp and even brand and caramelisation to any food placed on the Synergy Grill.
Existing commercial chargrills produce oily, fatty, black smoke which plays havoc with kitchen ventilation systems causing them to break down and require frequent maintenance. Fire risks are also heightened by this type of smoke and fat. The Synergy Grill atomises fats breaking them down into dust and producing white fat-less smoke which takes the strain off ventilation systems, reducing the risk of kitchen fires.
Due to our unique and clever burner system, the gas usage for each burner is just 5.7kW each. This means the average gas savings for the Synergy Grill, compared to conventional chargrills, are £10,162 for our SG630 model, £12,328 for the SG900 model and £13,541 for the SG1300 model over a five year period. Taking into account the initial cost of the Synergy Grill, the return on investment is typically within the first two months.
Because of the focused heat technology, the Synergy commercial gas grill cooks faster than other conventional chargrills. ‘It cooks quicker which means that I have had to change my timings from starter to main course but once I got used to it, it means that I can cook more meals in the same time frame as I had before’, says the Head Chef of Abbotsley Golf Club and Hotel.
The Synergy Grill’s gas burner system enables the flame to burn very hot which burns or atomises the fat produced from grilled food. Fat turns to dust eliminating the need for a fat tray and the disposal of fatty waste. All other moisture mists back into the food ensuring perfect texture and taste.
Due to fat molecules from grilling food being ‘atomised’ there is no cross-flavouring through smoke contamination therefore fish, meat and vegetables can be cooked at the same time.
Cleaning is quick and easy. Atomised fats turn to dust so cleaning is as easy as vacuuming or brushing the dust off the ceramics in the morning! Spending hours cleaning fat trays is a thing of the past as is purchasing harsh kitchen cleaning chemicals.
Synergy Grills use the latest flame detection technology so opting for one of these grills does away with the conventional chargrill thermocouple, meaning less need for repair call outs. They’re also lit using independent switches so there’s no need for opening gas valves or using tapers to light them - unlike conventional gas grills. This also means individual burners can be switched off during quieter periods, again saving money on gas.
Conventional chargrills experience thermal shock (temperature drops caused by loading grills with lots of raw food). This affects branding and the outcome of the product. Synergy Grills don’t suffer from thermal shock due to unique cooking technology. Synergy uses dripping fats and oils as fuel increasing the temperature immediately to cope with busy service times without needing time for heat recovery.