In this info graphic, we will compare the features of the Twin Eagles vs Delta Heat Grill. Both are manufactured by the same award winning US manufacturer so you are getting a superior quality product. Comparing them is hard as they are 2 very different products. Twin Eagles is the Lexus to Delta Heat Toyota. Though Twin is more of the Rolls Royce of Grills.
With that, one is not "better" than the other. It is a budget and feature issue. Twin Eagles is more of a commercial kitchen quality product line where Delta Heat is more residential style.
Burners - Both of these grills use a Stainless Steel U shaped burner. The main difference between the models BTUs per burner and the gauge of the stainless. Twin has 25,000 BTU's and 14 gauge steel versus Delta's 15,500 BTU and 18 gauge steel.
In addition, Twin has zone grilling. It allows you to create multiple zones to cook at different temperatures. Each burner has a divider between them that breaks the grill into various zones. This versatility allows you to grill all zones at the same temperature level or regulate each zone separately.
Ignition - Twin uses a hot surface ignition powered by electricity. Delta Heat uses a 9 volt battery powered ignition. Both Grills are operated by pressing the knob to ignite.
Heat Distribution System. Both Grills use ceramic briquette trays to distribute and radiate heat.
Cooking Grates - Twin uses hexagonal stainless steel rods in their grills. These grates have more mass than most grates including 3/8 inch round rods. The increased mass retains more heat and allows for more food to surface contact. Delta uses the round rod grates.
Sear Burner - This feature is optional on both grills. You can decide at a later time to add a sear burner kit if you like. This will give you the ability to interchange the U burner for the sear burner and vice versa. The sear burner is standard on the 54" grill.
Infrared Rear Burner - The Rotisserie back burner is optional on both brands. The main difference is the motor is integrated into the firebox on the Twin versus having an external rotisserie motor on the Delta. The rotisserie back burner is standard in the 54" grill and is not available as an option in the Delta Heat 26" Grill.
So, which Brand do you choose? If you are looking for a commercial quality product then Twin is for you! The design of the Twin Eagles Grill is absolutely spectacular. There is no product on the market that has the sleek modern look of this grill. But if you are on a budget and do not want to compromise quality, you are getting a world class product with Delta Heat.
Additionally, they offer an array of outdoor kitchen accessories to create an ultimate entertaining area whereas Delta Heats outdoor kitchen accessories is limited.
They have a Charcoal Grill if you want to have the best of both worlds. Your outdoor kitchen options are endless. Add a warming drawer to keep your freshly grills foods warm or even warm up some buns. The Teppanyaki Grill is a great option to grill up pancakes, make grilled cheese sandwiches and yummy stir frys. Add a super powered 70,000 BTU Power burner with the ability to low simmer (a must have for every outdoor kitchen).
There is also a variety of refrigeration and cocktail accessory options including a 2 drawer refrigerator, ice maker, blender and more.
Both of these brands are available as freestanding cart models and if you choose to build an outdoor kitchen in the future, you can remove the grill head and build in.
If you have any product questions or need design assistance putting together your ultimate grilling package, call us today at 877-983-0451.