28-inch two-burner grill with primary grilling area measuring 506 square inches. Cooks with any combination of charcoal, wood and gas.
Why are the Hybrid Fire Grills from Kalamazoo so special? You’d think it would be enough to be "the best gas grill in the world." Awesome firepower. Advanced heat dynamics. Custom grill grates. Easy to clean. But a Kalamazoo Hybrid Fire Grill gives you more – the ability to cook with charcoal and wood as well. These revolutionary outdoor grills use all three fuels interchangeably and in any combination.
Every outdoor cooking technique is at your disposal, from “low and slow” traditional American barbecue to intense searing heat in excess of 1,000ºF, and everything in between. A Kalamazoo Hybrid Fire Grill can do it all and make it look easy.
Two cast bronze primary burners totaling 55,000 BTUs NG or 48,500 BTUs LP
73,300 total BTUs NG or 66,100 BTUs LP
23" x 22” primary grilling surface
Heavy-duty stainless steel rod grill grates
Rotisserie system with one infrared burner; motor mounted in cabinet
Ignition burner with electronic hot surface ignition
Ambient control panel lighting
Flip-up warming rack
Kalamazoo's Advanced Cooking Concept with deep hopper cleaning
Single Hybrid Fire Grilling System drawer
Includes cabinetry and stands on stainless steel leveling legs
Hand-crafted from highly durable 304 stainless steel
Built with pride in Kalamazoo, Michigan
Upgrade to custom laser-cut grilling surfaces with your choice of patterns optimized for cooking meat, fish and vegetables. You can personalize your grill even further by adding your initials, logo or other artwork.
Sunbrella grill cover
Built-in double cooktops
Natural gas or bulk liquid propane
Marine-grade stainless steel available as an option for clients who prefer additional corrosion resistance. Increases standard lead times by 2 weeks.
For outdoor use only
Do not install below overhead combustible surfaces
See owner’s manual for additional clearances required and other installation information
Eric, we do offer exhaust hoods to manage smoke and heat from our grills. A hood is recommended whenever the grill is installed beneath an overhead structure, and we see our outdoor kitchens installed under a roof with increasing frequency. However, these grills are for outdoor use only, so it is important the space is not enclosed.
October 26 2014, 7:12 am
I have a client in MA who wishes to create a 4 season addition to expand their kitchen/eating area and they would like an out door grilling station as part of this add. Their hope is to use the addition (which would include full ht screening in summer as) as an outdoor typ. grilling/eating area. I have not checked local codes yet, but wanted to inquire first if you offer exhaust hoods and fans for your units, confirm they can run on house supplied natural gas and if you have product spec sheets which would identify the fuel source as well as any for exhaust hoods or fans. I am getting the feeling this is more like a commercial cooking type set-up. As I mentioned however, I have not yet spoken with local officials to confirm if this kind of grill could be part of an enclosed /roofed dwelling.
Thank you for your reply.
July 02 2012, 10:25 am
Jill, we do make an insulating grill surround for the K500HB, the K750HB and the K1000HB built-in grills. You can find them on our site under > Products > Cabinetry > Insulating Grill Surrounds.
July 02 2012, 10:06 am
Is there an “insulating surround” available for the K500 Hybrid grill? If not, how would this be used with combustible cabinetry?
Innovation is at the heart of every Kalamazoo product. Each part of the collection – from grills and pizza ovens to refrigeration and cabinetry – represents a significant departure from the established norm. Our passion for outdoor cooking and our fiercely independent design philosophy drive us to establish new industry benchmarks. Consequently, our list of exclusives and innovations speaks for itself.