For gas models this is located either on the front control panel of the barbecue or inside the cabinet door.
All model numbers can be found on the front of the instruction booklet.
The majority of our units require self-assembly, which is normally completed within 1-2hrs.
Check out our Avalon and Triton ranges, as some of these models are delivered 95% preassembled.
When not in use we recommend storing your barbecue in a shed, outhouse or garage, however if this isn’t available you can store the barbecue outside. Wherever the barbecue is stored ensure that you invest in a Landmann protective barbecue cover to shield it from the elements.
It is important to remember with the changing of the seasons comes changes in temperature, and throughout this period condensation can build up underneath the cover on the surface of the barbecue. To combat a build up of moisture which can lead to rust and mold, we recommend uncovering the barbecue on dry days and drying it down with a cloth periodically.
We have a range of protective covers to suit a variety of barbecue types and sizes on our website.
We recommend not to clean your grills in the dishwasher. Investing in a good quality T Brush and Barbecue Cleaning products should keep your grills in good condition if cleaned on a regular basis.
The external parts should be cleaned using a soapy water solution and a cleaning brush or sponge. For enamelled surfaces we recommend our Landmann Power Enamel Cleaner 15801, and for stainless steel surfaces our Landmann Power Stainless Steel Cleaner 15800.
Always ensure that your barbecue is completely dry before storing it away before the next use to prevent the build up of mold or rusting.
With any barbecue, we would recommend it is cleaned soon after cooking so that the food is at its easiest to remove.
For gas barbecues reheat the barbecue for 5-10 mins with the lid closed to burn off any excess food. Then, whilst the grill is still hot, use a wire BBQ brush to remove any food debris from the grill. Once cool, use Landmann Barbecue Cleaning Wipes 13025 to remove any further stubborn stains. For a thorough clean you may wish to remove the grills and give them a wash with soapy water and cloth to soften the tougher burnt-on food remnants, then use a barbecue cleaning brush to scrub them until completely clean. For charcoal barbecues follow the same process but begin whilst the grill is still hot soon after cooking.
We suggest 500 – 800g of sand depending on the size of the firepit. This will help to insulate the firepit and ensure a long life.
Sand helps protect against the acidic and corrosive nature of wood ashes. The sand adds an insulating layer under the fire.
Lump wood charcoal is made by burning wood in the absence of oxygen, this is charcoal in its most natural form. This type of charcoal lights quickly, burns hotter and leaves very little ash residue. Lump wood charcoal comes in smaller pieces. Typically lump wood charcoal will burn quicker than briquettes making it more suited to direct cooking.
Charcoal briquettes are manufactured wood by-products compressed with some additives. An advantage of briquettes is that they will burn for longer at a consistent temperature, making them ideal for smoking or longer cooking times. Lighting the briquettes in a charcoal starter until they turn white should avoid any smells from the additives being transferred to your food.
We recommend to leave the barbecue the way it was designed, if it didn’t come with lava rocks or ceramic briquettes then please don’t try adding them.
Barbecues which do not come with lava rocks are fitted with metal bars which sit above each of the burners, at Landmann we call these flame tamers. These cover the burners, catching the hot fat dripping from the grill, this not only protects the burners from a build up of grease but the heated flame tamers also vaporise the fat helping to flavour the food. Flame tamers also help to distribute heat throughout the grilling area to ensure no cold spots are present during cooking.
No. Gas barbecues are designed to work with the heat created by its gas burners and no other heat source. Adding charcoal or any other fuel to your gas barbecue can be very dangerous as it can cause the barbecue to overheat and damage the product.
All Landmann gas barbecues are fitted with a 27mm clip on propane regulator, for this you will need a propane gas bottle. There are several brands available in the UK with bottles coming in 5kg, 11kg and 13kg sizes.
For gas barbecues with 4 burners and above we recommend an 11kg or 13kg bottle, this ensures your bottle can power all burners at the same time.
The easiest method is to use a Landmann Charcoal Starter to light your charcoal, we recommend our Landmann Selection Charcoal Starter for this – model 15200.
Place two or three fire lighters on the charcoal grid or tray and light them. Fill your charcoal starter with charcoal briquettes and place the full charcoal starter over the lit firelighters. Leave the charcoal starter for 10-15 minutes to allow all the charcoal to light and turn white. Once all the briquettes have turned white tip the hot coals into the charcoal grid or tray of your barbecue. If you need a more charcoal you can repeat this process later on.
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