Simple, Reliable, Chef-Friendly, Cost-Effective:
Why Aztec Delivers a Profitable Product
The Aztec Grill Is Rugged, Built to Last
The Aztec Grill Is Simplicity Itself
The Aztec Grill is an insulated, heavy-gauge stainless steel firebox in which you build a fire of wood or charcoal. Open the front-loading door to add fuel. Pull out the stainless steel drawer at the bottom (where ash collects safely) for easy ash disposal. No electricity. No moving parts. Simple
From the inside out: the Aztec Grill is lined with heat-holding, fire-shielding 2-inch firebrick. Then 3 inches of insulation sandwiched between double walls of stainless steel. The fuel and cooking grates are a cast heavy-duty nickel-alloy and will withstand heat in excess of 1500°F in sustained use.
The Aztec Grill Is Chef-Friendly
Aztec Grills are easy to use and maintain. The grilling surface is slightly slanted up to the rear of the grill for ease of monitoring and handling foods as they are grilling. The stainless steel rim around the grilling grates makes for easier cleaning and maintenance.
The Aztec is equipped with heavy-duty, six-inch locking casters for ease of installation and moving for cleaning and relocation. The unique air-flow system assures that heat dissipation is minimized: the heat cooks the food, not the chef.
Six different models assure that you can choose the right capacity firebox and grilling surface for your needs. We can advise you on the proper unit for your kitchen.
The Aztec Grill Is Cost-Effective
Aztec’s Casters Make it Easy to Install, Move
Aztec Grills are literally mobile, thanks to the heavy-duty
six-inch swivel, braking casters on stainless steel cross rails. Just roll your Aztec into place, brake the casters, fire up and grill! Casters make even the largest grill easy to move for cleaning and relocation.
The patented Aztec Grill air-flow system also assures maximum fuel utilization: the most btu’s of heat per pound of fuel of any competing grill. (The Aztec consumes far less fuel than competing grills.) And with the vertical, low-heat dissipation, the heat goes to the grilling surfaces. Cooler on the griller. Fewer breaks.
The Aztec Grill can be fueled with hardwoods, fruitwoods or charcoal and is designed for safety, efficiency and ease of use and maintenance.