We call them “sear stations” for a reason. GrillGrates turn pellet smokers into pellet grills. They trap and concentrate heat and conduct it up the rails for great searing while the valleys sizzle juices for added flavor. GrillGrates are used on top of the existing grates on pellet grills and typically add 100 degrees or more at the grate surface. Every set comes with a GrateTool which is part fork, part spatula that fits between the rails to get under your food and lift it without scraping.
- Designed for all Camp Chef Woodwind Models
- Set Includes: (3) 18.5" GrillGrate Panels
- Assembled Dimensions: 18.5” Deep by 15.375” Wide
- GrillGrates for pellet grills sit on top of the existing surface
- On pellet grills that have a smokestack, place the GrillGrates on the stack side
- GrillGrates are reversible interlocking panels, giving you two grilling surfaces; rails up or on the flat side
- Constructed from hard anodized aluminum, GrillGrates will never rust
- Includes Grate Tool and User Guide
- GrillGrates are Made in the USA
- GrateTool Made in China
* GrillGrate is not affiliated with Camp Chef or its subsidiary Logan Outdoor Products, LLC.
All you need to become the Grill God. Really!
Posted by Ron Ricco Robinson on Jun 4th 2020
Love them! Love them! Love them and makes grilling fun, also cook's meat perfectly every time. Turns you into a Grill God, making everyone love you with their silence as they eat!
Posted by Unknown on May 26th 2020
This setup does not cover the grill surface of your woodwind. You are better off measuring your surface area and ordering accordingly. I ended up ordering this without having the grill yet. When I finally had both of the products together, the 3 18.5" basically cover the area of the drip tray. I ended up ordering another 18.5" and a gap to cover the whole surface.
I found, but haven't proven, you can fit the 19.25" x 4 and a gap piece and that would cover the existing grill surface.
Brad here from GG- For most pellet grills we suggest 3 panel sear stations that don't cover the entire grill. You can as you suggest add more and often you will see the Pellet Grill run hotter as a result. Some try to not go beyond the drip tray to avoid grease from getting to the bottom of the grill. I personally never had an issue with that.