Gas outdoor kitchen with Barbecue
A gas built-in barbecue with an attractive design
The OASI gas barbecue features a built-in design that allows it to be fitted into any support surface, leaving only the upper part of the barbecue visible. The OASI barbecue is the ideal solution for those who want to combine the advantages of cooking on a gas cooktop with an attractive and minimalist design.
Designed to leave only the top part of the barbecue visible, OASI perfectly integrates into any kind of countertop (steel, stone, marble, granite or porphyry, etc.) thus preventing annoying protrusions that are often aesthetically unpleasant. This built-in barbecue is available in two sizes, 55 (53 x40cm) and 80 (79x40cm), and is made entirely in 304 stainless steel; a material that guarantees excellent resistance to oxidation, that is antibacterial and very easy to clean. It is equipped with a solid and robust gas cooktop (5 mm thick) that ensures stability and perfect temperature control.
The plate of the OASI gas barbecue is slightly sloped to allow cooking fat to flow into the drip tray and can be customised in two configurations: completely smooth or partially ribbed to give the food those attractive “grill marks”.
Fast cooking with low gas consumption
Called plancha in Spain and France or teppanyaki in Japan, the OASI built-in barbecue uses a gas cooktop in stainless steel designed to reach temperature quickly and to cook food evenly on the entire cooking plate.
The power supply of the gas barbecue with butane-propane liquid or methane canister is CE certified (Europe). All the products manufactured by PLA.NET Barbecue are designed for low gas consumption, reducing heat dispersion and minimising gas consumption because the burner is located inside a combustion chamber and the flame, which is under the cooking surface, heats it directly. The hot air that is created in the combustion chamber is made to flow into a chimney located behind the cooktop.
The OASI built-in gas barbecues have a safety system that automatically closes the gas flow if the flame should go out. The piezo ignition is powered by a normal battery; there is one knob for controlling the flow of gas and for igniting the cooktop.