Alfa Pizza Forno 4 Pizze Natural Gas
Gas-powered pizza oven with large dimensions and mouth to cook 4 pizzas in 90 seconds and 4 kg of bread with every oven load. Designed to be used in the garden, on balconies or terraces. It features the refractory floor of professional ovens with a double layer of refractory tiles to maintain long-lasting warmth. The stainless steel dome combined with gas power ensures that operating temperature is rapidly reached. With ceramic fibre insulation, the oven maintains long-lasting warmth to cut down gas consumption. It is fitted with extremely useful lateral stainless steel shelves for the cook to place baking trays, ingredients and all other cooking accessories. 4 Pizze a Gas.
Gas-powered 4 Pizze is available both in the METHANE and LPG version.
The oven floor is made of interchangeable refractory tiles designed to store heat and convey it to food for cooking.
The stainless steel dome is studied to reach high temperatures in just a few minutes.
Ceramic fibre insulation ensures long-lasting warmth inside the oven. Actually, it cuts down gas consumption.
4 Pizze a Gas,a gas-powered pizza oven for home use, has been built with a large glass ceramic door that resists up to 800°C, and an ergonomic wooden double handle. The door has been designed to adjust oven temperature and to protect the oven when it is not operating.
The size of the side shelves has been conceived to conveniently accommodate the necessary preparation and cooking tools.
All necessary cooking accessories can be stored on the convenient shelf at the bottom of the gas-powered oven.
When the gas-powered 4 Pizze oven is delivered to your home, merely insert the flue and assemble the side shelves with a few screws to enjoy the cooking experience.
|Minutes to heat up||10|
|No. of pizzas at a time||four|
|Bread baking (Kg)||4|
|Average consumption (Kg/h)||1,32 / 1,76|
|Floor area (mq)||0,48|
|Cooking floor (cm)||80x60|
|Flue (cm)||∅ 18,0|
|Total height (cm)||232|
|Mouth width (cm)||64|
|Mouth height (cm)||22|
|Maximum temperature (°C)||400|