In a similar way to how the sun works, infrared heats, and therefore cooks food by direct absorbtion of radiated energy. It cooks rapidly, at much higher temperatures than a normal grill without drying the food out retaining moisture and juices inside.
Ovens cook by convection. Even conventional gas fired grills cook by a mixture of convection and radiation, largely because they operate at a relatively low temperature. An infrared radiant grill can operate at much higher temperatures and can sear the surface of a steak while leaving it comparatively rare inside. It can brown the crust of a loaf of bread without drying out the interior and completely cook items in far less time then conventional baking. Infrared distributes heat evenly without causing hot spots and the heat can cover a far greater area than a flame would which increases production and efficiency.
Infraglo's infrared burners are widely used for catering equipment such as
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