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Product DescriptionGourmet Series Grills offer a full-size inner safety shell that funnels grease into a front-access grease tray. Convenient snap-out radiant plate allows quick clean-up and perfect even heating. An oversized perfectly balanced lockable lid won't slam shut. Other features include 100% 18-9 mirror polished stainless steel construction, a reliable piezo crystal ignition, and swiveling valve regulator. Uses 1-lb. disposable propane canisters (not included) or adapts to onboard LPG or CNG systems. Foldaway legs are perfect for a quick picnic on shore. Do not use legs on boat. Optional mounting hardware is available for onboard use.
With 315 sq. in. of grilling space, the Catalina offers a 12" x 18" cooking grill with tightly spaced grid struts, a 51⁄2" x 18" warming rack, and a stainless steel hermetically sealed thermomaeter. Serving Shelf, Mount, and Fuel Canisters sold separately.
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Q:I have a catalina model A10-1218L can I used a 25 lbs propane tank, or just a 1 lbs tank??? I wont used it on a boat.Asked on 6/6/2014 by joe from canada
A:Thank you for your question.
Magma makes a High Pressure Propane hose with adapter that is needed for your connection to the 25lb tank (model# DM10-601)--which is a product we do not sell at this time. I must again state that high pressure propane is not to be used on boats--only low pressure pre-regulated lines installed to ABYC standards should be used onboard.Answered on 6/9/2014 by Anonymous
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