Outdoor Appliance Questions
Do the Outdoor stainless steel cabinets come with countertops?
What is the difference between E and T-Series Grills?
What are the step-up features from the T-Series to an E-Series grill?
Ignition System: The T-Series runs off of a push-button ignition system and a 9V battery that must be replaced over time. The E-Series runs off of 120V power and ignites at the turn of a knob, just like a Viking range. It also has a built in re-ignition system in case the flame burns out for any reason. Also like the range, it has an exclusive built-in re-ignition system in case the flame burns out for any reason.
Grilling Power: E-Series grills are equipped with a redesigned u-shaped stainless steel burner that provides better coverage and durability. At 29,000 BTUs, it is the Most Powerful standard grill burner in the industry. The T-Series grill comes standard with the original and more than adequate 25,000 BTU u-shaped Viking stainless steel grill burner.
Power Porcelain™ Coated Cast Iron Grates: All E-Series models have the new and exclusively designed power porcelain grill grates. These grates are made of cast iron, the finest conductor of heat available, and are coated with heavy-duty porcelain to reduce sticking and make cleanup easy.
EasyLift™ Canopy System: All E-Series models have the new canopy assist system built right into the side wall of every grill. The advantage is the weight of the canopy is reduced by more than 2/3rds, and remains hidden from sight.
Nighttime Grilling: All E-Series models have 100 watts of built-in canopy illumination so you can monitor your grilling on even the darkest of nights. In addition, elegant LED lighting washes over the front of the control panel so you can maintain your knob setting.
Will my grill hold up in the outdoor elements?
Will special care be required if my grill is placed in a high salt environment?
Does Viking offer a charcoal grill?
Does Viking offer products primarily dedicated to smoking BBQ?