Wolf Outdoor Grill Combustible or Non-Combustible Surface Information
- Outdoor Grill (OG), Side Burner (SB), or Burner Module (BM) side, rear, and overhead clearance to combustibles
- OG installed in an enclosed area, lanai, or overhang
- Does a liner have to be used if the enclosure for the OG is combustible?
- For example, for a combustible material clearance:
- Combustible material should not be within 12" of the side or rear of an OG regardless of how high the combustible material is in relation to the OG.
- Within 12" of the side or rear, no combustible material can be at a level above the grill.
- There is no minimum distance to combustible material above the grill because combustible material cannot go over the grill, no matter how high above the grill the material is.
- Refer to Outdoor Grill and Ventilation Hood Compatibility for compatible Wolf Ventilation hoods.
- Materials considered combustible are determined by local code.
- Note in a marketing photo of an OG Outdoor Grill the unit is built into what looks like a wood surround.
- This is ipe wood and is extremely dense and rated as non-combustible in some municipalities.
- Always consult local code for information on what qualifies as combustible or non-combustible.
OG, SB, and BM products cannot be installed in any type of enclosed or covered area with a roof or overhang. This includes the eave overhang of a roof.
- Never place an OG, SB, or BM in an enclosed area such as a garage, shed, building, breezeway, or overhead combustible construction.
- Keep clear of trees and shrubs.
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