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Our stainless steel BBQ’s are 100% Australian made

Australian made stainless steel boat bbq

Did you know that all our stainless steel BBQ's are proudly built in Australia

We proudly offer some of the best Australian made BBQ's, built right here on the Gold Coast for over 20 years.

Our BBQ's are hand-crafted to the highest standards using only the finest marine grade 316 stainless steel and offer a wide variety of styles and models designed around the Australian lifestyle.

Whether you're looking for a boat BBQ, residential BBQ, caravan or commercial BBQ, portable or teppanyaki style, gas or electric, we are here to help.

They are also covered by a 12-month manufacturer’s warranty* so if you love BBQing, you have to try the Cookout BBQ difference.

Australian made stainless steel Deluxe Gas BBQ
Australian made stainless steel Infinity grill bbq
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Want to mount your BBQ or Bait Board on the back of your boat, but need it to be removable?

Stainless steel gas boat bqq on yacht with clamp on rail mounts

Looking for a removable mounting option for your boat BBQ? Well ... look no further!

Our 316 marine grade stainless steel clamp on rail mounts offer just that. This removable mounting option is easy to install and remove when no longer needed.

Utilising your existing rail these mounts simply clamp onto your rail, tighten then slide the BBQ or Bait Board into place. To ensure a perfect fit we offer a variety of clamp sizes, so it doesn't matter if you own a yacht, power boat, houseboat or runabout, if it has a rail it can mount a BBQ.

Our clamp on rail mounts are interchangeable with our entire range of BBQ’s and Bait Boards and for extra support and additional bracing you can also add a telescopic arm support to your set up, securing your BBQ in place (as pictured).

So what are you waiting for?

Stainless steel gas boat bqq on yacht with clamp on rail mounts and support arm
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Why own a 316 marine grade stainless steel BBQ

Australian made 316 marine grade stainless steel gas boat BBQ

Why do we use 316 marine grade stainless steel?

Our range of BBQ's and accessories are built using 316 marine grade stainless steel as 316 contains more molybdenum than other stainless steels. With more molybdenum it offers increased corrosion-resistance, improves resistance to pitting in saltwater and coastal conditions and increases the strength when cooking at high temperatures.

Our BBQ's are carefully designed around the ever-changing conditions of the Australian outdoors, fully electropolished to enhance the longevity of the BBQ and are covered by a 12-month manufacturer’s warranty*.

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Custom Electric Teppanyaki BBQ

Custom Electric Teppanyaki BBQ

Did you know that we offer a custom BBQ service

This service allows you to design and create your own perfect BBQ.

This particular product, a custom electric BBQ was designed and manufactured for Harvey Yachts and shipped all the way to South Africa for a client.

This custom built Teppanyaki BBQ featured the following:

  • High quality stainless steel
  • 316 stainless steel external parts
  • 3mm 2205 duplex grade stainless steel plate
  • BBQ is powered by a 2400W element
  • Includes one of our on/off safety switches
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Introducing Cookout’s MiniMe BBQ

Looking for a BBQ to suit a small space and can't find quite what your after ...

Then let us introduce you to our MiniMe BBQ.

This BBQ is a 'mini' version of our popular Classic Electric BBQ and made-to-order.

This BBQ is built to the same high quality standards as the rest of our products, features a 316 marine grade stainless steel body, 2205 duplex grade stainless plate and is powered by a 1600W element.

Don't let the size fool you, this Australian made BBQ is still great for a good old cookout.

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Stainless Steel Maintenance

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Why maintenance is necessary for stainless steel

Stainless steel is in real terms a metal which “stains less” than steel.

Surface contamination and the formation of deposits are critical factors which may lead to drastically reduced life or “tea staining” a brown/orange discolouration, which is the beginning of rust/corrosion. These contaminants may be minute particles of iron, rust or salt from naturally occurring atmospheric conditions and can result in deposits, which can be corrosive.

Working environments can also create more aggressive conditions, such as the warm, high humidity atmosphere above indoor swimming pools. These environments can increase the speed of corrosion and therefore require more frequent maintenance. Modern processes use many cleaners, sterilisers and bleaches for hygienic purposes. All these proprietary solutions, when used in accordance with their makers’ instructions are safe, but if used incorrectly (e.g. warm or concentrated) can cause discolouration and corrosion on the surface of stainless steels. Strong acid solutions (e.g. hydrochloric acid or “spirit of salts”) are sometimes used to clean masonry and tiling of buildings but they should never be permitted to come into contact with metals, including stainless steel. If this should happen the acid solution must be removed immediately by flushing with water.

 

Cleaning methods

Stainless steel is easy to clean. Washing with soap or a mild detergent and warm water followed by a clean water rinse is usually quite adequate for domestic and architectural equipment. An enhanced appearance will be achieved if the cleaned surface is finally cleaned with a silicone based stainless steel polish (even a car polish will do). Specific methods of cleaning are as follows:

  • Baked on grease 
    1. Soak effected area with a household ammonia cleaning solutions, such as ammonium hydroxide then brush in the direction that the stainless steel was polished
    2. Wipe with methylated spirits or other organic solvent
    3. Rinse well with clean water
    4. Wipe dry in the direction that the stainless steel was polished
  • Removing fingerprints on stainless steel

    1. Wipe with methylated spirits or any other organic solvent
    2. Rinse with clean water
    3. Wipe dry in the direction that the stainless steel was polished
  • Removing streaks on stainless steel
    1. Wipe with mild detergent and warm water
    2. Rinse with clean water
    3. Wipe dry in the direction that the stainless steel was polished
    4. Rub with a small amount of olive oil on a clean dry cloth
  • Removing staines or discolouration on stainless steel
    1. Use a rag or old toothbrush to rub the stain with “Jif” in the direction that the stainless steel was polished
    2. Rinse well with clean water
    3. Wipe dry in the direction that the stainless steel was polished
  • Removing minor heat stains on stainless steel
    1. Mix a pinch of salt with some soda water
    2. Wash with the soda water mixture
    3. Wipe dry in the direction that the stainless steel was polished
  • Removing lime stains on stainles steel caused by hard water
    1. Make a mixture of vinegar and water (1:3 ratio)
    2. Soak effected area then brush in the direction that the stainless steel was polished
    3. Rinse well with clean water
    4. Wipe dry in the direction that the stainless steel was polished
  • Stainless steel BBQ cabinets
    1. Please follow any of the instructions above for cleaning of stainless cabinets
    2. The hinges used for the doors on the cabinets generally are not stainless steel as there are yet to be any adequate stainless hinges available on the market. Hinges need to be sprayed regularly with “CRC” or a similar product in order to prevent rusting and binding up. If for example you live near the beach this should be done at more regular intervals (every fortnight) than if you live further inland from the ocean (once every couple of months)

 

What NOT to do

Do no rub stainless steel with steel wool as this will contaminate the surface and cause the rusting process to start almost immediately.

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About the Stainless Steel BBQ

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Barbecuing is an Australian tradition and has long been apart of the Australian lifestyle

According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics around 80% of people live within 50km of the coast.

The problem with living by the coast is that the conditions of the sea air cause metal to rust.

If you live near the coast and have owned a BBQ I know you will understand the frustration of owning a new BBQ, for only a year or so before it completely starts to rust out, which leads to the decision that it needs to be thrown away.

Cookout BBQ’s, for that reason supply stainless steel BBQ’s manufactured from high quality 316 marine grade stainless steel.

Using 316 marine grade stainless steel for the construction of the body and duplex grade stainless steel for the plate of the BBQ you can be sure that our BBQ’s are truly built to endure the elements.

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