Naples Style Dual-Temp, Gas Oven
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For many years Wood Stone customers have used our wood fired ovens to make traditional Naples Style Pizza. Now we introduce a new gas oven: the Gas Fired Naples Pizza Oven.
This new custom gas oven is dedicated to the art of creating the same great Napolitano Pizza with the convenience of a gas fuel source. The Mt. Baker 6' was redesigned to compliment the needs of Napoletana pizza.
The arch way into this gas oven has been lowered to create a lower thermal headspace and includes a cut out groove for the pizzaiola to finish the pies in the dome, a’ la Naples Style.
The gas flame in this model is moved from the back of the gas oven to the side of the oven to bring the “hot spot” closer to the operator.
Wood Stone has added BTU’s to the new Gas Naples Pizza Oven because Naples style pizza often requires the oven to operate at higher temperatures. These additional BTUs make it easier to achieve those higher Napolitano pizza temperatures.
The Mt. Baker 6' gas oven is one of our most popular oven footprints. Its 22 square feet of cooking surface is equivalent to the traditional "160" or "1600" Italian ovens in interior dimension (62") but smaller in outside dimension giving you more production for your space.
As with all Wood Stone ovens it is constructed from the same ceramic refractory that makes our gas ovens the best in the industry and makes the support of high temperatures a non-issue. Find out more about how our Wood Stone gas ovens are built differently. Points of Difference.
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The Mt. Baker 6' Stone Hearth Oven comes with a standard galvanized finish (pictured above). Most operators choose to facade their gas oven. Looking for ideas? The Photo Gallery shows many examples of tile, brick, stucco, stone and metal facade ovens.
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Cooking & Operation
The secret of stone-hearth cooking is the Stone. The single-piece floor and dome of the oven are made from specially formulated high-temperature refractory "stone". Our unique construction method and materials produce a deep heat sink (storage) effect that guarantees floor temperature. A guaranteed floor temperature insures consistent cooking zones and consistent product throughout the day.
We know this is the world’s best pizza oven, but can it do more than pizzas? Absolutely! Regardless of the cooking application -- searing/sauté, roasting, baking pizza -- it can all be done at the same time in the same oven, holding in moisture and giving your product wonderful color and texture. For recipe ideas, visit our Cooking section.
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While our ovens offer many menu options, pizza is still by far the most common item cooked in our equipment and serves as our baseline for oven hearth size comparisons.
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Hourly production estimates are based on a 5-minute bake time, with an average deck temperature of 550 degrees F.
Wood Stone offers a wide range of installation accessories to help make your final oven installation seamless and attractive. Have questions? Call us at (800) 988-8074 or contact a sales rep today!
The dual-temperature gas oven configuration combines a radiant flame gas burner with an under floor infra-red gas burner to provide tremendous floor temperature management capabilities. (Note: RFG-IR can be configured for optional wood burning, adds "W" to model number)
A radiant flame only gas oven utilizes radiant flame burner to heat the stone hearth. (Note: RFG can be configured for optional wood burning, adds "W" to model number)
A dry hardwood fire inside the oven provides all the heat needed for heating the stone-hearth. For heavy production scenarios, an under-floor infra-red burner is available (changes model number to IR-W)
Wood Stone offers custom ovens. Our new designers series allows you to build an oven to fit your specifications. In addition, we offer a varied range of multi-opening ovens, facade extensions and accessories to compliment your installation. Have questions? Call us at (800) 988-8074 or contact a sales rep today!
Why Wood Stone?
Wood Stone builds ovens differently. Our floors and domes are single-piece and they are thicker. The materials we use are proprietary and the manufacturing techniques are absolutely unique. Our domes have more thermal headspace. We offer infrared under floor burners. Our ovens are more space efficient. We offer more standard options than any other manufacturer. All of these differences add up to significant benefits for you, the oven owner. Read through our 10 key Points of Difference and learn why these differences will help you make more money.
1. Is the cooking surface single or multi-piece? (The Wood Stone Answer)
2. How thick is the cooking surface? Does the oven floor have enough thermal mass to handle high production cooking without losing temperature? Or, in other words, 'will I start my rush with a 5 minute cook time and end it with a 15 minute cook time?' (The Wood Stone Answer)
3. Can the oven operate on gas only and is the oven configurable with an under floor assist burner? (The Wood Stone Answer)
4. Is the dome single or multi-piece? (The Wood Stone Answer)
5. Does the dome have a high or low ceiling? (The Wood Stone Answer)
6. How is the oven insulated and how much space will it take in my kitchen? (The Wood Stone Answer)
7. Where is the thermocouple placed? (The Wood Stone Answer)
8. Does the oven come assembled or is a skilled professional required to put the oven together? (The Wood Stone Answer)
9. Where is the oven made and who is the manufacturer? (The Wood Stone Answer)
10. How many standard units does the manufacturer make for you to choose from? (The Wood Stone Answer)
Sizing Your Oven
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