Bull 24-Inch Commercial Style Griddle
The Bull 24-Inch Commercial Style Griddle – Freestanding Griddle Natural Gas Cart is a perfect addition to your outdoor kitchen. a Chromium plated cook top sits upon three stainless steel burners that pump out 45,000 BTUs of cooking power. From fajitas to pancakes, the food preparation possibilities are virtually endless.
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CLEANING THE GRIDDLE INSERT
If grease is allowed to accumulate on the griddle surface, it will carbonize and become difficult to remove. In order to avoid this, regular
maintenance and cleaning is required. To clean griddle surface, follow these steps:
1. Remove excess oil, grease and food with a thin scraper.
2. Use a damp, non-abrasive cloth with a non-chlorinated cleaner.
3. Wipe surface with the clean damp cloth.
DO NOT use steel wool, abrasives or griddle stones on the griddle surface.
DO NOT use any type of grill cleaner on the griddle surface.
DO NOT hit the griddle surface with any sharp object or utensil.
CLEANING THE BURNERS
IMPORTANT: Gas control knobs should be in the “OFF” position, and fuel line should be disconnected from gas valve manifold. To reduce the
chance of FLASHBACK, the procedure below should be followed at least once a month or when your griddle has not been used for an extended
period of time.
1. Remove burners from griddle by carefully lifting each burner up and away from gas valve orifice.
2. Wire brush entire outer surface of burner to remove residue and dirt. Clean any clogged ports with a stiff wire such as an open paper clip.
3. Inspect the burner for damage (cracks or holes) and if such damage is found, order and install a new burner.
4. After installation, check to insure that gas valve orifices are correctly placed inside ends of burner tubes. Also check position of spark electrode.
CLEANING THE GREASE TRAY
The grease tray should be emptied and wiped down periodically and washed in a mild detergent and warm water solution.
ANNUAL CLEANING OF GRIDDLE HOUSING
Cleaning the griddle after every cookout will keep it ready for instant use. However, periodically the griddle should be given an entire thorough
cleaning to ensure optimal performance.
1. Shut off gas supply at source and disconnect fuel line from gas valve manifold. Protect fuel line fitting.
2. Remove and clean (as explained above) the griddle insert, burners and grease tray.
3. Cover the gas valve orifices with a piece of aluminum foil.
4. Brush the inside and bottom of the insert assembly with a stiff wire brush, and wash down with a mild soap and warm water solution. Rinse
thoroughly and let dry.
5. Remove aluminum foil from orifices and check orifices for obstruction.
6. Check electrode as instructed on page 13.
7. Replace grease tray, burners and griddle insert.
8. Reconnect to gas source and observe burner flame for correct operation.
IMPORTANT: You should NOT line the bottom of the griddle housing with aluminum foil, sand or any other grease absorbent substance. Grease
will not be able to drip down into the grease tray and a grease fire could occur.
STAINLESS STEEL CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
Stainless steel is a corrosion resistant chromium/nickel alloy steel that is both durable as well as strong with an outstanding luster. The goal of your
cleaning and maintenance routine should be to keep the stainless steel’s protective chromium oxide layer intact. This is what prevents corrosion.
Contrary to popular belief, stainless steel is NOT rustproof, especially in the environment of a swimming pool. Chlorine, bromine, some fertilizers
and other elements are extremely caustic chemicals for stainless steel. These chemicals combined with heat and humidity greatly increase the
corrosiveness of these chemicals. Regular cleaning is the best way to prevent corrosion and add years of enjoyment to your Bull stainless steel
Model Number: 73009
Manufacturer’s Website: Bull