*These are not yet recommended for the domestic market due to the lack of practicality for everyday use and the availability of the hydrogen gas canister.
The Heatlie Hydrogen Barbecue is a first of its kind. Demonstrating the utilisation of Hydrogen in cooking applications, the barbecue is capable of producing the same results as our Natural Gas and LPG range of barbecues.
The Heatlie Hydrogen BBQ is a response to the strong market demand for more renewable, cleaner energies. Developed in conjunction with Woodside Energy, our Hydrogen BBQ works and cooks the same as any other BBQ, while using hydrogen as a fuel source as an alternative to LPG or natural gas.
Consumes roughly half as much fuel as natural gas and LPG, while creating equal heat output
Emits far fewer harmful greenhouse gases into the atmosphere
Heatlie values the need for renewable energy moving forward. This product is our contribution to the needs of the future and proof that Heatlie Barbecues is committed to providing practical solutions to modern-day problems.
The Hydrogen BBQ is a path forward into the renewable energy industry and a grounding for further, new, innovative and exciting projects. The Hydrogen BBQ uses the same body and model as our 850 BBQ, with a new hydrogen regulator and burners to accommodate the fuel change.
Put simply, hydrogen emits 0.41% of the greenhouse gases that LPG does*. If you were to run your hydrogen barbecue for an entire year straight, non-stop, you'd emit as many greenhouse gases as you would using your natural gas barbecue for 2 days, or your LPG barbecue for a day and a half**.
Fuel Type Comparison Chart
|Gas Type||MJ/hr||MJ/Kg Fuel Consumed||
Greenhouse Emissions (Kg co2-e/GJ) After 1 Hour
|Greenhouse Emissions (Kg co2-e/GJ) After 1 Day||Greenhouse Emissions (Kg co2-e/GJ) After 1 Week||Greenhouse Emissions (Kg co2-e/GJ) After 1 Year|
Hydrogen BBQs are not recommended for residential use at this stage. This is mainly due to the lack of availability of hydrogen on the domestic market. This BBQ simply serves as a demonstration of the use of hydrogen gas in cooking applications.
For more information on our Hydrogen BBQ, check out our article below.
* (Hydrogen only) extrapolation on NOx creation based on flame temperature comparison of natural gas and LPG.
** Weighted gas emission as per National Greenhouse accounts Factors July 2017. If you were to run the BBQ non-stop for the designated timeframe.
Dimensions & Specifications
|Dimensions & Weight||Hydrogen BBQ (850)|
|Total Unit Size||1050mm x 595mm|
|Cooking Area Size||850mm x 520mm|
|Gas||Hydrogen BBQ (850)|
|Heat Output (per Burner)
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