is planning to introduce a new efficient range of modern and stylish barbecues for Australian homes.
One of the pioneers of the barbecue culture in Australia, Rinnai observes a complete change in the great Australian tradition of barbecuing with the large stainless steel outdoor kitchens being slowly replaced by smaller, portable and trolley barbecues, reflecting the current trend for lower-priced and more practical units.
Rinnai’s new IT Barbecue range, scheduled to enter the market this September is easy on the pocket and will be available just in time for outdoor cooking in warmer weather.
Rinnai spokesperson Lorraine Ong explains that people want more versatile barbecues for their homes with practical size, easy maintenance and value for money being primary requirements.
Key features of Rinnai’s new Integrill IT Barbecue range:
- ‘Integrill’ technology provides a more efficient cooking surface for less cooking time
- ‘Integrill’ angled grill plates and smooth porcelain coated ‘Plancha’ hot plates save on gas
- More direct heat provides a superior cooking performance
- Option for using two hot plates instead of a half grill, half hot plate configuration
- 2-year warranty