Vent for Outdoor Grill Islands

Vent for Outdoor Grill Islands
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Weight 3.00 lbs
UPC 767383425430
MFR Boone Hearth


If you’re a passionate cook, you’ve probably dreamed about constructing your own customized outdoor kitchen for as long as you can remember. Boone Hearth’s Stainless Steel Vents for Outdoor Grill Islands are essential for maintaining the safety and efficiency of your grilling station. Cooking outdoors is a vastly different experience than cooking in an indoor kitchen. When you’re outside, you can grill and smoke your meats exactly the way you want them. You can get perfect seared flavor and charred grill marks every time. You can prepare a complicated gourmet meal without being cooped up inside all day. Cooking in the great outdoors – what could be better?! As you build your outdoor kitchen island, make sure you follow the manufacturer’s requirements and any local regulations for installing proper ventilation. Boone Hearth’s outdoor grill vents are built to last and to withstand extreme weather conditions. They are the standard size for integrating into any manufacturer’s grill schematics.

  • Ensures Proper Ventilation For Gas Grill Islands.
  • For Use With Any Type Of Island Grill.
  • Easy And Secure Screw-On Installation.
  • Dimensions: 14″ x 4.5″. Distance between screws: 13.5″ x 4″.
  • Grate comes with white plastic wrap attached.


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Desert Dweller
May 8, 2015
This customer purchased the item at our site.
This is a simple one-piece product, so there is not much to say. The metal is of a heavy gauge and plenty sturdy. It includes several pre-drilled holes for attaching to another surface. There is no screening behind the louvers, so if you wish to keep small creepy crawleys out of your project, you should add some screen of your own.

I used two of these to vent a propane fire table that I designed and built. They work perfectly. I would buy the same products again.