Introducing the Fire Deck Automatic 9660 oven!
Wood Stone Launches New Fire Deck Automatic 9660 Oven
New oven includes smart controls and improved heat management with an updated burner design.
Bellingham, WA, July 1, 2021 – Wood Stone Corporation, a leading manufacturer of stone hearth and specialty commercial cooking equipment, has officially launched the Fire Deck Automatic 9660 stone hearth oven, complete with updated smart controls, improved heat management, and a new burner design.
The user-friendly, high-production FA 9660 oven with full-featured touchscreen and smart controls delivers the firepower and throughput that Fast Casual Pizza operators need to produce more consistent, quality pizzas per hour while requiring less training for their labor force. The new burner design prevents debris from entering the burner well and the patented Debris Mantle is designed for easy crumb and debris collection. This combination creates a debris management system that virtually eliminates downtime and service calls!
“We designed the new Fire Deck Automatic 9660 with our Fast Casual Pizza customers in mind. The combination of smart controls and a new burner design provides a tangible ROI for our customers that want to simplify operations and reduce service costs,” says Michael Quinn, VP of Global Sales.
Dean Tryon, Product Manager adds, “By automating the heat management in our FA 9660 we have greatly simplified the training required to master our Fire Deck oven.”
With a Wood Stone Fire Deck Automatic 9660, you get high-production, consistency, and quality made easier!
For more information, visit https://woodstone-corp.com/products/fire-deck-automatic-9660 or call +1 360 650 1111
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About Wood Stone Corporation
Wood Stone Corporation, based in Bellingham Washington, has been manufacturing premium stone hearth and specialty commercial cooking equipment for the foodservice industry since 1990. Wood Stone equipment is featured in more than 18,000 installations in over 80 countries worldwide. An employee-owned company since 2015.