Landmann USA debuts Ardor grill series

Company manufactures gas grills, charcoal grills, smokers and fire pits, among other products.

Landmann USAFAIRBURN, Ga. – Landmann USA, a grill manufacturer located in Fairburn, Ga., recently introduced its Ardor line of professional gas grills. The Ardor line is exclusive for the outdoor living specialty retail market dealer, is priced to offer attractive margins for dealers and includes a lifetime warranty for customers. With many sizes and features, Ardor is designed to offer a complete grill lineup for the premium grill category.

Features of the Ardor line include:

• Three-, four- and five-burner models, both head units for outdoor kitchens and cart models
• Outdoor kitchen components including storage, side burners and refrigerators
• All 304 stainless steel construction on the grills and carts
• Seamless grilling surface cooking grates
• EZ Clean Firebox ledge-less cooking chamber and extreme angle heat tents virtually eliminate sustained flare ups
• PTS +System delivers even heat grilling
• 16 gauge stainless steel burners
• 8mm 304 stainless steel cooking grates
• Extra-large bullnose helps keep the control panel clean
• Built-in 3-inch temperature gauge
• Push-and-turn instant flame ignition with burner crossover lighting
• Extra-large bullnose helps keep the control panel clean
• Full-width removable drip tray
• All grills and side burners include gas conversion kits
• Carts include four heavy duty casters, two with easy access locks and two large folding side shelves
• Infrared burner conversion available
• Rotisserie available

Landmann USA also manufactures charcoal grills, smokers, fire pits, log storage and fireplace grate products.

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