Mt. Olympus Solid Fuel Rotisserie
Daily Charbroiler Operation
It is necessary to develop a consistent and simple temperature management plan for cooking on your Wood-Fired Charbroiler. This plan should be based on the most appropriate grill temperatures for your products. We have outlined the basic steps to begin operating your Charbroiler.
Right-hand drive configuration shown with optional Charbroiler front.
- Specs & DWGs
- Installation Details
- Cooking & Operation
- Why Wood Stone?
Probably the most common question asked about Wood Stone charbroilers and rotisseries is, "why are they more expensive than all the other brands?" The short answer is simple: because they are better. At Wood Stone, we build all our charbroilers and rotisseries with three people in mind: the Chef, the Diner, and the Restaurateur.
All of our charbroilers and rotisseries have been designed at the request, and to the specifications of chefs. The rotisseries are designed so that the grease doesn't drip onto the fire and cause bitter, acrid smoke to bathe the food; this allows the subtle flavors of your fuelwood of choice to standout. Unlike all other rotisseries, the Wood Stone rotisserie puts the show right up front; the customer can see the mouthwatering food gently rotating through the wall of flame. It's no mystery what that will do for your sales.
The Better Way
Wood Stone's massive, high-temperature ceramic firebox stores and radiates the heat of the fire. Wood Stone rotisseries and charbroilers have no fire support grates or ash dropouts which allow excess air to get to the fire and which cost the operator thousands of dollars per year in excess fuel expenses. In the Wood Stone firebox, the fire takes only as much air as it needs to burn efficiently. The design of our firebox also allows easy fire management and ash cleanout, without drawers and grates that continually need replacement.
Wood or Gas?
Can you get wood-fired flavor from a gas-fired rotisserie or charbroiler? No, but sometimes that's not the point. Our gas-fired rotisseries provide the same show display as our wood-fired models, while eliminating the challenges of using wood as a fuel source. Granted, if you're up to the challenge, there's no better way than a wood fire to get that subtle smoked flavor in your chickens, roast and ribs, however, cold-smoked meat on a gas-fired rotisserie runs a close second. Whatever you choose, make sure you make Wood Stone your partner.
Specs & DWGs
Mt. Olympus 62" (WS-SFR-6)
Mt. Olympus 50" (WS-SFR-6N)
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Front Right Drive
Left Front Drive
Side Without Broiler
Plan - Right Drive Without Broiler
Plan - Left Drive Without Broiler
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Cooking & Operation
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!
Why Wood Stone?
Wood Stone builds equipment differently. The materials we use are proprietary and the manufacturing techniques are absolutely unique.
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