The basic principle of smokeless grill

- Jun 13, 2018-

Charcoal smokeless grill

Charcoal is a carbon monoxide that is released during the combustion process. It is colorless and odorless, and charcoal is burned and there is no smoke. Ordinary grills produce smoke when making products because they drop oil and seasonings into carbon fires when making products.

Gas smokeless grilling principle

In general, stainless steel furnaces are used to heat the above four independent high-temperature resistant red hot gas heating plates and then bake the food on the iron plate by electronic pulse ignition, using liquefied petroleum gas or the combustion of natural gas and heat. Look at the energy-saving component control, electronic pulse switch can also control the size of the flame can be used to control the temperature of the iron plate practical and convenient.

Electric smokeless grilling principle

A direct-fired electric grill that directly acts on the food, and the food oil immediately drips during grilling. There is no repeated infiltration of the oil, that is, there is no process of oil frying and frying, so the food contains less grease. The food out is a real barbecue taste.

Microwave Smokeless Grill

Microwave ovens can use microwaves to pass through insulating materials such as glass, ceramics, and plastics, but they do not consume energy. However, foods containing moisture do not transmit microwaves but their energy is absorbed by these characteristics. The outer shell of the microwave oven is made of stainless steel and other metal materials, which can block microwaves from escaping from the furnace so as not to affect people's health. Food containers are made of insulating materials. The heart of the microwave oven is a magnetron. The magnetron, called a magnetron, is a microwave generator that produces microwaves with a frequency of 2.45 billion vibrations per second. This microwave, which is invisible to the naked eye, penetrates foods up to 5cm deep and causes the water molecules in the food to move. The intense movement produces a lot of heat, so the food is cooked.