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In this info graphic, we will compare the features of the Delta Heat BBQ Grill vs the Twin Eagles BBQ Grill. Both grills are manufactured in the USA by an award winning manufacturer. You can’t go wrong with either gas grill because you are getting the top tier Gas BBQ Grill quality that can go head to head with any other grill out there on the market and win. Comparing them Delta Heat vs Twin Eagles is somewhat difficult as they are two distinctly different BBQ’s. Twin Eagles is the Porsche of BBQ Grills and Delta Heat is the Audi more or less.
Keep in mind that one grill is not necessarily “better” than the other grill, but more of what suits your budget and what features are a must have in your BBQ. Twin Eagles is on par with a Professional Chef quality commercial kitchen, where Delta Heat is more high-end residential style BBQ Grill. Both grills are very suitable for your Outdoor Kitchen or even as a Free-Standing Grill Cart.
|26″, 32″, 38″
|30″, 36″, 42″, 54″
|Stainless U Burner
|Stainless U Burner
|BTU’s per Burner
|Optional(Standard on 54″)
|Stainless Hexagonal Rod
|Hot Surface Electric
|Cooking Zone Dividers
|Control Panel Lights
|Control Knob Illumination
|Yes (One Position)
|Made in USA
|Warranty Cooking Grates
|$1809 – $2869
|$3569 – $7399
Burners – Both of these gas grills use a U shaped Stainless Steel burner. The big difference between the two grill models is the BTUs per burner and the gauge (thickness) of the stainless steel. Twin Eagles BBQ has 25,000 BTU’s and 14 gauge steel versus Delta’s 15,500 BTU and 18 gauge steel. Both companies now offer a lifetime warranty on the burners themselves.
In addition, the Twin Eagles BBQ has zone area grilling, this allows you to create multiple heat zones to cook at different temperatures. Each burner has a divider between them that breaks the grill into various heat zones. This versatility of the different heat zones allows you to grill all zones at the same temperature level or regulate each zone separately for greater control.
Ignition – Twin Eagles BBQ’s uses a hot surface ignition powered by electricity. Delta Heat BBQ’s use a 9 volt battery powered ignition. Both Grills are operated by pressing the knob to ignite.
Heat Distribution System. Both Grills use ceramic briquette trays to distribute and radiate heat.
Cooking Grates – Twin Eagles BBQ uses hexagonal stainless steel rods in their grills. These grates have more mass than most grates including 3/8 inch round rods. The increased mass and surface area retains more heat and allows for more food to surface contact. Delta Heat BBQ uses the round rod grates.
Sear Zone Burner – This feature is optional on both grills. You can decide at a later time to add a sear burner kit if you like. This will give you the ability to interchange the U burner for the sear burner and vice versa. The sear burner is standard on the 54″ grill.
Infrared Rear Burner – The Rotisserie back burner is optional on both brands. The main difference is the motor is integrated into the firebox on the Twin versus having an external rotisserie motor on the Delta. The rotisserie back burner is standard in the 54″ grill and is not available as an option in the Delta Heat 26″ Grill.
So, which BBQ is the one for you? If you are looking for a commercial grade quality product then Twin Eagles BBQ is for you! The design and construction of the Twin Eagles Grill is absolutely gorgeous. There is no product on the market that has the sleek modern look of this grill. But if you are on more of a budget and do not want to compromise quality, you are still getting a world class BBQ Grill with the Delta Heat.
Delta Heat offers a Charcoal Grill with the same traditonal look of a satinless steel gas grill if you want to have the charcoal cooking option. With US Brick & Block your outdoor kitchen design and hardware options are numerous. We can add a warming drawer to your outdoor kitchen that helps keep your freshly grilled food warm or even heat up some fresh buns. The Teppanyaki Griddle is a perfect solution for cooking up some hot fluffy pancakes, make a gourmet grilled cheese sandwiche and even some delicious oriental stir frys. If you really want to gwet serious, add a super powered 70,000 BTU Power Burner with the ability to low simmer perfect for huge pots and making shrimp boils, crawfish or any massive party sized meal (a must have for every outdoor kitchen).
There is also a variety of refrigeration and cocktail accessory options including drawer s, refrigerators, ice makers, even a blender and more. We would put either of these grill sup against Lynx, Al Fresco and would argue that they easily belong in the Top 10 of all Gas Grills available on the market today.
If you have any product questions or need design assistance putting together your ultimate grilling package, call us today at 954-792-0076.