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Old 09-05-2012, 01:35 PM
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Ok, this is still not for Brisvegas but maybe worth a read, particularly for us crow eaters

http://www.light.sa.gov.au/webdata/r...izza_Ovens.pdf

I'm on the outer fringe of suburbs adjacent the hills so will put in an arrestor to cover me bases
I just read the COP for wood ovens, obviously the person who wrote that knows nothing about wood ovens and how they operate.

I wouldnt want anyone spraying water into my hot oven with a hose that is "suitably at hand" the damage to the oven and hose operator would be awful.

No alcohol impaired person to operate, there goes the pizza parties.

Nothing flammable within 4M, front and above, well there goes the patio roof.
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Old 09-06-2012, 12:43 AM
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It all depends on how you interpret it.

Suitably at hand is really if something came out of it that had to be extinguished. Eg. The wood pops out a stray ember towards start up.

Alcohol impaired... Typical cover all, but I tend to "pace" myself..... a pi$$ d chef is no good.

The 4metre rule doesn't take into account enclosed ovens or those within the confines of a structure like a pergola/alfresco/enclosed entertaining area.


Agree its poorly written.....but if you are ahead of the game and demonstrate competence it proves your not negligent
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Old 09-06-2012, 01:02 AM
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And now for my less serious answer
Maybe it was written by someone who never has let go of a ripper in the bath
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