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wokbok43 06-09-2009 07:19 PM

Completed dome oven (video and photos)
 
Hi all,

click on the below link to view my pizza oven just recently completed

cheers

wayne

YouTube - Dome Pizza Oven Construction

james 06-09-2009 10:19 PM

Re: Completed dome oven (video and photos)
 
Great work Wayne! Very nice. You even had some beautiful days in the background.

Could you do us a favor and mention Forno Bravo somewhere in the video? We really like the word-of-mouth that comes from folks building ovens and letting other people know where to get the plans and help.

Time for pizza. :-)
James

bimbo 06-09-2009 11:58 PM

Re: Completed dome oven (video and photos)
 
Nice looking oven, not far from me too. I'm in Wallsend.
I am interested in what type of bricks you used etc

wokbok43 06-11-2009 10:15 PM

Re: Completed dome oven (video and photos)
 
Hi there Bimbo/James

Sure I will add a link to Forno Bravo!

Bimbo we just used the old 50 's style red brick from a fireplace,good heavy brick

The hearth (floor) we used a blast furnace fire brick I scabbed from work.

We have fired up the oven a few times now and it does cool down a little more quicklty than antisipated,but in hindsight we have put a couple of inches of render on the dome before the insulation to help hold the heat.

But it works well,the whole oven was made very cheaply less than $500 ,cooks great pizzas and soon to start cooking roasts and breads!!!


cheers

wayne

any other questions only be happy to help.


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