Weber Grill Grate Replacement Inserts to Grill Arteflame Style

€133,95
416 reviews

The Weber Grill Grate Replacement Inserts replace any Weber style grill grate with a combination grill and griddle. MADE in the USA, Arteflame inserts are perfect for grilling seafood, steaks, burgers, veggies and more.  The griddle eliminates the slots through which food falls into the fire and loses all its juiciness.  Weber Grill Grate Replacement Inserts are perfect for getting that delicious smokey flavor without the burn from your Weber Grill.


2 YEARS WARRANTY
American Made
HANDMADE PRODUCT

Specifications

• Center Grill Grate INCLUDED
• Select Inserts have notches to accommodate manufacture's accessories
• Various Weber Grill Grate Replacement Inserts sizes available
• Use with wood or charcoal
• Precision food grade finish using US steel
• Grill Grate Risers
• Virtually maintenance-free, 60 second clean up.
• Cooktop seasons with use
• Will not break when dropped like cast iron or porcelain coated grates
• Made in USA from solid steel, designed to last a lifetime
• *Grill NOT INCLUDED* with purchase

2 YEARS WARRANTY
American Made
HANDMADE PRODUCT
Customer Reviews
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CG
11/12/2021
Christopher G.
United States United States

Great quality and customer service

Can’t go wrong with this as it is happy medium between plancha and grill.

CB
11/10/2021
Corey B.
United States United States

Fits perfectly in my 22" Weber!

Arteflame has made the grilling experience fun again. The prep that goes into it, the evenness of the cook and being able to add grill lines when I want to. It's the real deal and will elevate your regular grill to something special.

JL
10/11/2021
James L.
United States United States

Revised Review Charcoal Chimney

I want to revise my earlier review and give some advice to those using a chimney. The issue is how do you distribute the charcoal around the periphery of the kettle when using the insert and a chimney. I tried to do it with the insert in place starting the chimney with it in the center . Clearly not the way to do it because you end up having to pour the hot coals through the center. Bad idea for several reasons. For sure you end up with the coals in the center where you really don't want them. I tried again. Insert out, start chimney and have some unlit charcoal around the periphery. When the chimney is ready pour the hot coals over the others. Very similar to how you start a Weber Smokey Mountain. Then wearing LONG bbq gloves place the insert one hand holding the inside rim, the other hand on that outside rim and carefully place the insert. That works.

SUPERIOR QUALITY & AMERICAN MADE

Elevate your grilling experience on a Weber Grill. Arteflame is an all American product, created and engineered in California and manufactured in Ohio. The Arteflame Weber inserts use certified steel that is cleaned, rinsed, and scale free. Laser cut, wiped, and polished will insure you have the best grilling experience every time

Arteflame Steel

Arteflame uses the highest quality carbon steel that's engineered and built to last. When you use a carbon steel grill, your grilling experience will be upgraded. Our steel is built for a lifetime of use and is battle tested to give you the best grilling experience every time.

Other Steel (Cast Iron)

Large grill manufacturers use cast iron because it's cheaper. A cast iron grilling experience is inferior as you deal with uneven heat distribution which leads to unpredictable cooking times. Over time cast iron can become brittle and break.

SUPERIOR QUALITY & AMERICAN MADE

Elevate your grilling experience on a Weber Grill. Arteflame is an all American product, created and engineered in California and manufactured in Ohio. The Arteflame Weber inserts use certified steel that is cleaned, rinsed, and scale free. Laser cut, wiped, and polished will insure you have the best grilling experience every time

FOOD GRADE QUALITY STEEL FREE FROM CADMIUM AND HARMFUL CHEMICALS

Our grill inserts are Made in America and we hold ourselves to the highest standards. We know you will be cooking great meals on your Arteflame insert and we want to insure that you and your family's health is paramount. We don't take shortcuts, use inferior materials, or manufacturer with chemicals that can be hazardous to you.

TOP 5 REASONS ARTEFLAME INSERTS ARE MADE WITH CARBON STEEL

1. Carbon Steel is superior to Cast Iron steel for longevity in keeping form and is resilient to cracks or breaks.

2. Arteflame Inserts are not brittle and are designed to handle the pressures of thermal expansions when the grill is heated.

3. Carbon Steel only has 1% of Carbon which prevents it from breaking or chipping. The grain structure in Carbon Steel is very uniform and virtually impervious to heat stress or shock.

4. Carbon steel made grills evenly distribute the heat which gives you a predictable and superior grilling experience.

5. Grills manufactured with Carbon Steel can have a larger surface area then cast iron because carbon steel will not crack and break like cast iron will when the grilling surface area increases.

GIVE YOUR OLD WEBER GRILL A FACELIFT

Bored with your Weber Grill? This is the best insert and accessory you can buy for your Weber. Expand your grilling experience and cook more varieties of food with your Arteflame insert. This is the best investment you can make into your Weber grill to upgrade your cooking experience and try new ways to barbecue.

Additional Information

Specifications

• Center Grill Grate INCLUDED
• Select Inserts have notches to accommodate manufacture's accessories
• Various Weber Grill Grate Replacement Inserts sizes available
• Use with wood or charcoal
• Precision food grade finish using US steel
• Grill Grate Risers
• Virtually maintenance-free, 60 second clean up.
• Cooktop seasons with use
• Will not break when dropped like cast iron or porcelain coated grates
• Made in USA from solid steel, designed to last a lifetime
• *Grill NOT INCLUDED* with purchase

Important Information

Note: When your insert arrives, the cooktop will be silver (unseasoned). It will develop the dark color shown in the images once it has been seasoned and used several times.

Seasoning Your Arteflame

When cooking oil is subjected to high heat, the long chains of fat molecules break down into short-chain polymers that bond with the cooktop and form a glaze. This is seasoning. It is smooth and non-stick, similar to Teflon. It also forms a natural barrier between air and the steel, acting as the first line
of defense against rust. Looking at the Arteflame carbon steel cooktop under a microscope, the surface is actually porous and these pores open when the cooktop heats up. Seasoning bakes right into these pores, filling them in and smoothing them out. This is what produces the even, slick, seasoned surface. Over time, as layer after layer of seasoning builds up, the cooktop becomes completely seasoned as the seasoning securely bonds to the previous layers and the steel.

How to Season Your Arteflame

The Arteflame seasoning pucks are formulated specifically for seasoning the cooktop and make it easy. You can also season your Arteflame cooktop very simply with regular use! Every time you grill and heat oil or fat for an extended period of time on the cooktop, you have the opportunity to add a thin, durable layer of seasoning. These thin layers build on each other like coats of paint on a wall, slowly but surely forming a resilient, ultra-slick surface. Using the seasoning pucks make this process easy. When it comes to good seasoning that lasts, we can’t stress the importance of thin layers enough. Compare it to thick coats of paint on a windowsill; once air and moisture sneak past the surface and work their way down to the wood beneath, those coats will start to peel off like a giant scab. On your cooktop, thick layers of seasoning will scrape off in the same way. Only the thin layers, molecularly bonded to the cooktop and each other will stand the test of time.

When you fire up your Arteflame the first few times, it can be hard to get the cooktop to season evenly. What and how you cook as well as hot spots on your cooktop will influence how the initial coats of seasoning form. They can appear in patches rather than a perfectly even layer. Patchy seasoning is perfectly fine, it allows layers of seasoning to interlock and strengthen
each other forming a truly durable layers of seasoning.

For best results, gradually heat up the cooktop to bake the seasoning into the surface, not just on top of it. To season, you need to reach the smoking temperature of the oil. At this point the oil breaks down into carbon and short-chain polymers that bond with the steel. If the cooktop is too cold for the oil to smoke, the oil won’t polymerize and won’t bond to the cooktop. If the cooktop is too hot, the oil will skip past the polymer stage and go straight into completely burnt carbon. Thus it is key to heat up your cooktop slowly and apply the oil before it starts to smoke.

Best Oils for Seasoning

The Arteflame seasoning pucks are formulated specifically for seasoning the cooktop. If you don’t have one, then the best fat polymerization comes from oils rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids like Grapeseed Oil. These compounds thicken and harden once exposed to air. Saturated fats like lard and coconut oil don’t work well as they don’t open sufficient bonding points for carbon molecules to adhere to the molten polymers. Flaxseed oil can be brittle and prone to flaking. Grapeseed Oil strikes the best balance.

To start seasoning, pour a tiny amount of grapeseed oil onto your cooktop and spread it evenly using a paper towel. You only need a very little bit, just enough to evenly coat the cooktop with a very thin film. That’s it—no more oil than that. Wipe off any excess oil so the cooktop looks almost dry. It might not look like much but that is plenty of oil to form a perfect super-thin layer. This is exactly what you want. Your goal is to bake a layer of seasoning into the cooktop, not on top of it!

Avoid Acidic Foods

Tomatoes, wine, citrus, and vinegar can eat away the seasoning, so keep the tomato sauce away from your cooktop. Once your cooktop is properly seasoned, a little acid here and there is not a problem. Just be aware that acidic foods like lemons, tomatoes, wine and vinegar will penetrate the seasoning and will leave your cooktop looking patchy and/or with rust spots. Make sure you wipe away acid foods and apply oil to avoid this.

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