Sleek, stylish, and compact grill with the cooking power of infrared heat (view larger
Featuring Char-Broil's patented and award-winning TRU-Infrared cooking system, the compact Urban Gas Grill (model 463270613) offers two burners to get the job done in a smaller cooking area (with a total of 20,000 BTUs of heat). Each burner has its own temperature gauge located above the control knob and working at grate level for a true reading of the heat about to sear your steak or whatever you may be grilling. It's ideal for those living in apartments and condos or with patios and decks where space is at a premium.
This grill features 340 square inches of primary cooking area with a stainless steel grate, a 125 square-inch raised secondary cooking area (for slow cooking or warming items) with a porcelain-coated wire grate. Other features include Char-Broil's Surefire electronic ignition, a combination of stainless steel and painted steel appliance style cart construction with black-painted folding side shelves, and four rolling casters (two locking, two non-locking) for easy storage.
How TRU-Infrared Works
All Char-Broil TRU-Infrared grills generate a minimum of 65 percent infrared heat, which is evenly spread across the entire cooking surface to cook food -- without drying -- at temperatures that range from simmer to sear.
Unlike traditional gas grills that use convective heat (hot air) to cook food, Char-Broil's TRU-Infrared grills limit the hot air flow and use natural, radiant heat to cook food directly without drying. While convective heat destroys food's moisture barrier, infrared heat penetrates it without drying and locks in natural juices and flavors. Char-Broil's TRU-Infrared cooking system virtually eliminates flare-ups while producing very even heat (no hot or cold spots).
What's in the Box
Char-Broil TRU-Infrared Urban Gas Grill (model 463270613); operating guide and assembly instructions