Steakhouse Temperature For the Perfect Steak

Internal Airflow Minimizes Smoke And Maximizes Heat

Fresh air is drawn in from the bottom of the grill.  The air is then super heated underneath the fire base in the expansion chamber.  The superheated air is then injected right into the combustion chamber.  This airflow fuels the fire resulting in an almost perfect burn that gives higher temperatures 1,000°F (559°C) with minimal smoke for the perfect sear.

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Arteflame Grill Recipes

Piña Colada Burger

Piña Colada Burger

By Bussin Eats Ingredients• 4 brioche buns• 2 lbs ground beef• ⅔ cup teriyaki sauce, divided• salt, to taste• pepper, to taste• 4 slices colby jac...

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