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A grate is an opening of several slits side-by-side in a wall, metal sheet or another barrier, usually to allow air or liquids to enter and/or leave and prevent larger objects from going in or out. In heating, cooling, ventilation, or a combination thereof, a grille is a perforated cover for an air duct. Grilles sometimes have louvers which allow the flow of air to be directed. In cooking, a grate refers to a generally metallic and often cast iron bridge which serves to support pots, pans and other cooking implements on a stove and providing separation and airflow from the heat source. In actual grilling, such as barbecuing, the grill refers to the grate upon which food is placed for cooking.
Since 1945 True has taken pride in both manufacturing American made goods and also creating jobs for Americans. True’s 3.7 million square feet of manufacturing facilities are all located in he US. True also supports other American businesses by buying 75% of raw materials & components from American made suppliers.