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Benchtops for Barbeques - are they non-combustible?

7th Feb 2018

7/2/2018 - Update....I had an email from a customer a few days ago reminding me that all BBQ's must adhere to the manufacturers instructions about being certain distances away from non combustible materials. Materials such as Plastic, timber and even some recostituted benchtops such as ceaserstone may not be non combustible. Brick, Concrete, Marble, granite, stainless steel, tiles and Hardie sheeting and most of the products used around or under a BBQ. 

TIP: Units made for sale by BBQ manufacturers almost always meet these strict standards but it may be a wise move to check first before you buy..............

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