The premium Coyote Pellet Grill pushes far beyond traditional pellet grill operation and style with its award-winning design and state-of-the-art functionality. Unlike most pellet grills on the market, the Coyote Pellet Grill can grill, sear, smoke and bake – functioning more like a luxury indoor oven rather than a standard outdoor grill.
Made from 304 stainless steel, the 36” Coyote Pellet Grill can be purchased as a built-in or free-standing cart version. Laser-cut grates provide 1056 square inches of cooking surface which can be expanded by utilizing the included Versa-Rack three-tier system racks. These racks can provide up to triple the cooking space of the grill, allowing you to add an extra rack of ribs, some veggies, fish or other meats.
The hood is constructed with double stainless steel walls, a gasket that keeps the heat in – much like you’d find on a luxury oven, and a special spring able to assist with opening the hood with a single finger. Additionally, a built-in wind guard helps keep annoying breezes from causing your temperatures to fluctuate.
The digital touch screen interface is at the heart of the Coyote Pellet Grill, giving you complete control over the temperature settings, which range from 175°F – 700°F, perfect for low and slow cooking and smoking, as well as high temperature searing. Visible in low and full sunlight, as well as in complete darkness, the touch screen allows you to startup and shutdown the grill, adjust temperature, turn on the internal halogen lights, set timers, select cooking modes and monitor the internal temperatures of your food using one of three included temperature probes.
One of the premium features of the Coyote Pellet Grill is the dual fan and dual auger Smart Drop pellet front- feed functions. When you start the grill and set the desired temperature, the smart drop system automatically feeds pellets from the front-load pellet hopper, while the dual fan system helps circulate the air inside the grill to ensure reliable temperature control and performance until the unit is shut down or runs out of pellets.
For more information about Coyote, visit www.coyoteoutdoor.com.