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Ground Stove Grill for Campgrounds or Parks

Ground Stove Grill for Campgrounds or Parks
Part # GROUNDSTOVE

Price: $204.95  

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Ground stove grill with staple anchors and black non-toxic powder-coated finish. Ground camp stove has 7.1875 inch x 24 inch hot plate. The hot plate has a 1 inch lip formed across the front and a cooking area of 172 square inches. The stove box and hot plate are constructed of 0.1875 inch thick steel (A569).

Grill grate is constructed from 0.5 inch diameter A36 steel bars located on 1.125 inch centers. The non-adjustable theft-proof grate has a cooking area of 220 square inches. Ground stove total cooking surface is 392 square inches.

Grate handle is constructed of a 5/8 inch diameter A36 steel bar with stay-cool spring grips suitable for public use.

Camp stove is mounted using two 0.5 inch diameter A36 steel staples (to be embedded in concrete) that allow the stove to tilt back for ease of cleaning.

All joints are continuously welded. All exposed corners are chamfered for safety. Finish is a non-toxic black powder-coat.

Dimensions: 18.375 inches W x 26.9375 inches L x 8.6875 inches H.

Manufactured in the U.S.A. to keep Americans working.


Seasoning your fire ring:

You should season the fire ring and grate before preparing any food on the surface directly. Seasoning the grate can be done by burning the non-toxic paint off the grate bars as you use the fire ring. While the grate is heating, you can use a grill brush to clean the grate and scrape away any paint that loosens during the process. The grate will take time to season completely. Until then, you can use pans or aluminum foil to prepare your food.

Much like a cast-iron pan, building seasoning on the grate and fire ring takes time and patience. As you use the grate, food particles will stick to the bars and build a protective coating for your guests to prepare food on. Before each use, it is important to use a brush to clean off any rust or loose particles from the grate after heating it. The grate can be lowered closer to the heat and then raised to be brushed before placing food on the grate.

Cleaning Instructions:

At the start of each camping season, clean the grate with a wire brush to scrub any food remnants off the cooking grate. The cooking grate may also be cleaned with a mild dish soap, hot water and a sponge. Clean the outside and inside of the fire ring.

At the end of each camping season, remove ashes and place in a hot coal bin. We do not recommend cleaning the fire ring. Leaving the grease will help prevent rusting until the camping season begins again.

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