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DCS Debuts Game-Changing Premium Series 9 Grill

Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Constructed from 304 grade stainless steel, DCS Grills deliver intense heat, low heat and easy cleanability


Source : Fisher & Paykel

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DCS, outdoor brand of Fisher & Paykel, announces a professional Series 9 Grill that incorporates new premium features. Taking the outdoor lifestyle, the sound of sizzling, the aroma of smoke and the gathering of friends and family, DCS embodies the great outdoors legacy. DCS has pioneered a new category in premium outdoor cooking since the 1980's – going beyond traditional barbeques. Combining premium styling, powerful performance and flexible solutions, these outdoor kitchens are built to withstand the demands of serious cooking in all seasons.

"The new Series 9 DCS Grill provides the full package of beauty, brains and brawn with impressive new features," says Kevin Dexter, Fisher & Paykel President of North America. "These grills cater for a wider repertoire of cooking styles and offer more room when cooking for a crowd. DCS allows you to precisely control the heat from 300°F to 1100°F and 121,500 BTU/hr total power."

Key innovative features include:

Secondary Cooking Surface - The secondary area features multi-level, moveable shelves which creates four different spaces to slow cook, roast, simmer or warm food.

Interior Hood lighting - 12v halogen, stadium style lighting illuminates all cooking surfaces. Designed for a serious heat environment, the lights highlight the cooking surface from inside the lid while emitting a welcome glow around the grill.

Control Lighting - Two color bezel lighting on control dials; white when the lights or grill is on and orange showing the specific burner that's lit.

Charcoal / Smoker insert - Replacing the current smoker the charcoal insert allows for indirect or direct smoking and the ability to cook on lump coal, briquettes or wood to add maximum flavor. The W-shaped tray with adjustable vents allows the charcoal to last longer.

Easy Lifting Hood - the updated profile with hood spring assist allows for 90 degree opening, using one hand, for smoke ventilation and better access to cooking areas.

Hot Surface Ignition - 12v power with auto push ignition that doesn't require a battery.

Storage for Racks and Tools – an optional 6" storage compartment bolts onto either side of the grill and provides room for racks, grates or tools. Allows for replacement into existing 42" and 54" cutouts.

Sizing Options: 36"/42"/48"/54"/60" with storage compartment.

Series 9 Grills will debut at HBPExpo in Nashville March 8-10, 2018 and will be available for purchase through authorized retailers that carry DCS in April starting at $4599.

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