If you’re new to ceramic grills or a new Primo owner, a Primo Ceramic Grill is one of the most versatile outdoor cookers in the world. You can use it as a grill, an oven, a roaster, or a smoker with a simple adjustment to the air flow and cooking configuration. Below is an overview of their grills and the basics for using and enjoying their ceramic grills. Primo Ceramic Grills can be used as a grill, an oven, a roaster, or a smoker.
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Made in the USA
From Start to Finish, See how Primo Ceramic Grills are made in their factory.
- Slip Room – The finest raw materials are sourced from all over the southeastern United States. Raw materials are combined with water to form a pourable slurry to form Primo grills and accessories.
- Robot – The robot casts the basic ceramic components of the Primo. This robot can cast over 300 pieces a day!
- Drying – The grill components are left to dry for 1 to 2 days. They then move on to the conveyor to be glazed. Each Primo is sanded by hand to remove any imperfections.
- The Kiln – Grills are loaded onto the kiln cars and moved into the kiln for firing at 2400 degrees Fahrenheit (1315 degrees Celsius). It takes a full day to complete the firing process.
- Final Inspection and Assembly – Each Primo goes through a rigorous inspection process. Grills that pass inspection are assembled here and shipped all over the world.