The Broil King® Baron™ 400 Series features 460 sq. in. primary cooking surface and includes a Therma-Cast™ aluminum cook box, 4 stainless steel Dual-Tube™ burners, stainless steel Flav-R-Wave™ cooking system, and Sure-lite™ electronic ignition system.
CAST ALUMINUM COOK BOX
Made from die-cast aluminum and covered by a limited lifetime warranty, these ovens provide excellent heat retention and long lasting durability.
Made from high quality stainless steel, Broil King's large diameter, patented tube in tube side ported burners provide two rows of flame for the ultimate in even heat distribution.
The Sure-Lite™ dual-electrode ignition system offers you peace of mind knowing your barbecue grill will start quickly and easily.
Total Cooking Area 660 in
Primary Area 460 in
Secondary Area 200 in
Main Burner Output 40000 BTU
Stainless steel Flav-R-Wave™ cooking system
Four stainless steel Dual-Tube™ burners
Deluxe Accu-Temp™ thermometer
Therma-Cast™ aluminum cook box
Electronic Ignition Yes
Warming Rack Yes
Stianless steel warming rack
Solid 8 mm stainless steel cooking grids
Stainless steel hood panel with cast aluminum end caps
Enclosed black cabinet base with stainless steel cabinet doors
Stainless steel control panel with build in panel lights
Stainless steel drop-down side shelves with easy lock
Heavy-duty locking swivel casters
Grill Size 57"
Overall Width 144.78 cm
Overall Height 118.11 cm
Overall Depth 60.96 cm
Weight 73.03 kg
Warranty This Broil King® features a Limited Lifetime Warranty on the entire cookbox and 15 years top to bottom
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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