The 5mm mild steel plate will suit most domestic situations, but if for any reason the bbq will be left heating without food on the plate for longer than 5 minutes, you are best to choose the 10mm version.
Many customers request a stainless steel hotplate, and while this may not be the best option for heat transfer, they prefer the properties stainless steel provides. Please refer to our Heatlie Stainless Steel Hotplates fact sheet to assist your purchase decisions.
To ensure a good cooking surface for your Heatlie BBQ for the lifetime of your bbq, begin with seasoning the Heatlie hotplate by following the instructions in your new bbq package. This will ensure food does not stick to the plate and will protect from corrosion as well.
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