Coal-Fired Ovens

Woodstone COALFIREDOVENS

 
Engineered with Wood Stone's sophisticated materials, the Coal-Fired Fire Deck provides a unique connection to American history, while keeping up with the production demands of a modern commercial kitchen.

Coal-Fired Oven Product Details

In 1905, New York City opened its first restaurant to feature a stone hearth oven - the restaurant was Lombardi's , and the oven was heated by coal. Engineered with Wood Stone's sophisticated materials, the Coal-Fired Fire Deck provides a unique connection to American history, while keeping up with the production demands of a modern commercial kitchen. With forced-air combustion and a radiant gas flame opposite the coal fire, the Fire Deck has been designed to achieve an excellent balance of top and bottom heat. An underfloor infrared burner assists in maintaining floor temperature and speeding heat-up. A large wide doorway provides spectacular views of the coal fire raging in the chamber, and allows easy access by the operator. Available in multiple sizes.




Installation Info

This information is provided to assist in safe and functional installation of Wood Stone Coal-Fired Ovens. Above all, the oven must be installed in accordance with all relevant local and national codes, and in a manner acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction. We recommend our Fire Deck ovens be moved/installed using a forklift, pallet jack, temporary casters, or crane. Please visit our Oven Design & Installation page for additional details.


Freight Weight Info

NOTE: Due to the size and weight of this oven, it requires a flatbed carrier. Please call 360.650.1111 with questions.

View weights for all coal-fired oven models via the link below

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Heat Management in a Coal-Fired Oven

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Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.

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