May is National BBQ Month and A-iPower notes the popularity of the pellet grill, which can smoke, grill, braise, sear, and bake all to the temperature desired without the constant monitoring of a charcoal or gas grill. Their consistent cooking temperature effectively makes them an outdoor convection oven.
As the name suggests, these grills are fueled with wood pellets but require electricity to operate components such as control panels, thermometers, augers, and fans.
But when you take your grill to a remote location (tailgate, campsite, or your cabin in the woods) you will need a means to power it. That’s where an inverter generator can keep the grill going strong.
Inverter technology produces electricity on demand, based on what is being powered resulting in a slower engine speed with less noise and lower fuel consumption. Inverters also use clean power, meaning it’s safe for electronics, such as televisions, tablets, and other power sensitive equipment.
A-iPower offers inverters at 2,000, 2,300 and 3,800 watts. Features include:
- Run times of 10 to 12 hours (depending on model) at 25% load.
- Quiet operations as low as 52dB.
- Parallel ports for double the power output when linked together.
- Compact design and lightweight for easy transportation with integrated handle.
Visit a-ipower.com for more information.