Stone Hearth Ovens

Mt. Chuckanut 4′

From Wood Stone’s original Mountain Series comes the Mt. Chuckanut 4′ Stone Hearth Oven. Available with a radiant gas flame or wood-fired (or a combination), the Mt. Chuckanut can also be outfitted with an underfloor infrared burner to speed heat-up and help maintain floor temperatures in even the highest production scenarios

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Mt. Chuckanut 4′ Product Details

From Wood Stone’s original Mountain Series comes the Mt. Chuckanut 4′ Stone Hearth Oven. Available with a radiant gas flame or wood-fired (or a combination), the Mt. Chuckanut can also be outfitted with an underfloor infrared burner to speed heat-up and help maintain floor temperatures in even the highest production scenarios. The Mt. Chuckanut features a 4-inch thick monolithic hearth and dome, engineered with our proprietary ceramic to hold on to and efficiently distribute heat. Wrapped in spun ceramic fiber insulation, the oven requires only a 1″ side clearance to combustibles. With an assortment of finishes and facade options, the Mt. Chuckanut fits nicely into any design. Shipped fully assembled and made in the USA, the Mt. Chuckanut is a Wood Stone classic.

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Mountain Series: Pizza Capacities

8" PIZZAS10" PIZZAS12" PIZZAS16" PIZZAS
Mt. Chuckanut 4' 8-105-641-2
Mt. Adams 5'12-1610-1285
Mt. Baker 6'18-2214-1610-126-8
Mt. Rainier 7'36-4022-2616-208-10

Mountain Series Video Playlist

Mt. Chuckanut 4′

Mountain Series Floor Plans

Resources

Below you will find additional resources to help you choose and customize your oven.

Photos

Visit our installation gallery including all oven lines and facade types.

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Videos

Find not only our Mountain Series Overview and Best Practices playlist, but also installation, cooking and maintenance videos on our YouTube channel.

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Installation Info

This information is provided to assist in safe and functional installation of Wood Stone Mountain Series 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 Mountain Series ovens be moved/installed using a forklift, pallet jack, or crane. For more narrow installations, a Roll Over Cage kit can be purchased. Please visit our Oven Design & Installation page for additional details.

Oven Design & Installation

Service & Support

For technical service and support, please use the form below or call 360.650.1111 to speak with someone on our team 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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Freight Weight Info

• 5.1 m³
• 179 ft³
• 2,400 lbs.
• 1,090 kg.
• Required Forklift: 5,000 lbs.
• Required Fork Length: 4 ft.
• Freight Class: 85
• Crated Dims (inches): *L=57, W=66, H=78

*Forklift Access Dimension

Freight Weight Table

Recipes

We’ve curated a small collection of our most requested recipes to share. From our famed West Coast Dough to our delectable Chocolate Gourmandize, this collection covers all of your favorites.

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Custom Finishes:

Our ovens are available in a number of custom finishes including custom color powder coat, stucco-ready and facade-ready.

Facade Tutorials:

The design of the Mountain Series ovens lends itself to countless facade possibilities, and we offer a large assortment of optional Facade Extensions to help—reducing construction complexity to get you cooking sooner. Our facade tutorial document presents a sampling of installation configurations, including flat, cylindrical and curved walls, hood or direct connect venting, optional doorways, viewing windows, service panels, storage box extensions and mantles (see renderings below).

1. Flat Wall Installation

2. Corner with Facade-Ready Front

3. Fall Wall with Extensions & Hood

4. Flat Wall, Exts & Hood Soffit

5. Cylinder Wall (Silo)

6. Large Radius Wall with Exts & Hood

7. Flat Wall, Arch & SP Ext

8. Cylinder Wall with VW

9. On-Site Underlayment

Storage Boxes:

Wood Stone’s Storage Box is constructed of stainless steel. It slides easily into the oven stand and is easily removable for service access. The installed box rests on the oven stand, and the face of the box is flush to the base of the stand.

Downloads: Spec Sheet .pdf

MS-4 Storage Box

MS-5 Storage Box

MS-6 Storage Box

MS-7 Storage Box

MODELITEM #HEIGHTWIDTHDEPTH
MS-40-4-BOX-W-SS21.875"27.5"28"
MS-50-5-BOX-W-SS21.875"29"28"
MS-60-6-BOX-W-SS21.875"35"28"
MS-70-7-BOX-W-SS21.875"41"28"

Mantles:

The Oven Mantle extends the working surface at the doorway of the oven, providing a staging area for dishes going into the oven or a holding area for cooked items awaiting service.

Two mantle types are available through Wood Stone: stainless steel (S/S) or black granite.

Mantle brackets are available with a stainless steel (S/S) or powder coat finish. Both types come complete with all the necessary hardware for mounting.

Another alternative is to supply your own appropriate mantle stone, utilizing either the stainless steel or powder coat mantle bracket.

If you are planning to build your oven into a facade wall, please visit the Facade Tutorials section.

 

 

MOUNTAIN SERIES (S/S MANTLE)HWFD
MS-411"28"9"9"
MS-511"32"8"12.5"
MS-611"38"8"13"
MS-711"44"8"11"
MOUNTAIN SERIES (BLACK GRANITE MANTLE)HWFD
MS-411"28.75"10.25"10.25"
MS-511"34.5"9.25"13.75"
MS-611"40"9.25"14.25"
MS-711"46.25"9.25"15.25"

What sets Wood Stone apart from the competition (and why does it cost more?

For a detailed explanation of what makes Wood Stone special, please view our points of difference.

How much gas does a Wood Stone oven use?

The gas usage will vary greatly depending on your oven model, fuel type, usage, and even what you are cooking. However, as a reference point, a WS-MS-5-RFG-IR using natural gas rated at 188,000 BTU/hr (1.88therms/hr) with a temperature range of 550F-600F (285C-315C), with two hours of heat up time and four hours of cooking, might average around 675,000 BTU daily (6.75 therms/day or 1.125 therms/hr).

For more detailed information, check out the Average Gas Consumption page.

What is the difference between fuel types – is wood-fired really better?

Countless blind taste tests have confirmed for us that there is little appreciable difference in flavor.  In our opinion, it is open flame (of any kind) and the stone itself that create the wonderful flavor profiles that have long been associated with wood fire.  However, the theater and marketing power of a live wood fire cannot be underestimated.

Who do I contact for service, during, and after the warranty period?

You can reach our service team 24/7 by calling 800.988.8103. During office hours, you can also reach us at 360.650.1111.

During the Warranty period, you must contact Wood Stone directly for service.  We will arrange for service with one of our authorized service agents.  After the warranty period, you are free to utilize whichever service agency you prefer.

Where can I purchase replacement parts?

Parts can be ordered directly from Wood Stone by calling 800.988.8103. You can also purchase service parts at PartsTown.

Where can I buy tools & accessories? Can I purchase online?

Wood Stone tools and accessories can be purchased from any of our authorized dealers.  You can also purchase direct from the factory, via our shopify store or by calling us directly at 800.988.8103.

What is the average lead time on a piece of equipment?

Wood Stone equipment is usually built to order.  For a price quote or lead time estimate, please request a quote through a restaurant equipment dealer.

How much does your equipment cost? Where can I buy it?

Wood Stone does not sell equipment directly to end users. Our products are available through restaurant equipment dealers. If you are not currently working with a dealer, please contact the Wood Stone factory representative closest to you, and they will introduce you to one. Call us at 800.988.8103 with questions.

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