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Get cooking with the Prokan Pro Elite 5-Burners European ledge stacked stone island grill. This is fully loaded, 52,000 BTU outdoor kitchen and grill makes it easy to prepare delicious grilled meals and host first-rate cookouts for your friends and family. The modern grill island is equipped with four powerful 304 Stainless Steel burners and a dedicated infrared rear burner — giving you plenty of cooking area. The slab stone countertop offers ample prep space for steaks, burgers, fresh veggies, and more. Includes an added drawer, gas tank storage compartment, custom fit cover, and 63L fridge.
We do sell the natural gas conversion kit separately, please contact us for more detail.
The product will arrive fully assembled, so no hassle assembly. Your outdoor kitchen would be ready for grilling for instant party.
There is a safety device on the rear burner to cut off the gas source when the flam goes off. That being said that the fire would be cut off if safety device doesn’t sense the heat before you release the knob. Please mate sure to continue to hold/ press the know IN for at least 5~10 secs once the burners is lit before releasing, and please refer to the manual for more detail.
Yes, there are casters built-in with this outdoor kitchen for ease mobility.
The stainless being used on this outdoor kitchen grill is premium #304 stainless. Premium #304 stainless with the rust-proof cast aluminum firebox guarantees for long lasting durability.
We don’t recommend setting the outdoor kitchen unit directly on the ground. Please contact the supplier for alternative adjustable levelers (supplier part # S0202-15) if needed.
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Yes, we have the natural gas conversion kit specifically for this item with manufacturer part #KPSS002. Please contact us for more detail.
.The most common reasons are (1) the propane tank is low; (2) thermometer is not reading accurately; (3) or some common reason such as clogged burners and regulator. Please refer to the blog article (Why is My Grill Not Getting Hot Enough?) for more detail.