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Advanced Engineering 2018

Convenient, Portable Gas Grill uses Composites

23 August 2001

With the growing popularity of outdoor cooking and entertaining, Thermos has introduced the Grill2Go, a full-sided portable gas grill.

Grill2Go is designed to fit in the same amount of space as an ice cooler and breaks down into two pre-assembled modules that are simple to set-up and transport. Built for endurance, Grill2Go is weather resistant and tough enough to take wherever a car, SUV or RV can roam. Grill2Go's durable composite legs can be easily open or shut and lock into place when stationary. When folded, they provide a heat-resistant base for the cooking chamber that protects picnic tables and other surfaces from the grill's heat.

The Barbecue Institute of America reported that Americans enjoyed a record-breaking 3.1 billion cookouts this past year.





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