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Old 11-30-2011, 10:05 AM
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Default Oven on the Cheap !!

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Hi all,

I have built this oven over the last year starting in February. I have tried to keep the cost down and think i have spent roughly 400.
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The concrete blocks and storage heater blocks were free and the kiln bricks were second hand from a reclamation yard.
one thing i would say is make sure you have plenty of sand and cement! you may notice the concrete layer is a little thin, as i did this on a sunday evening and finished well after the shops were shut It does sit on a cross wall though that cant be seen in the pictures.

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The cooking area is 36" x 28" and it heats to 250C in about an hour.

Still trying to find some decent wood to burn so i dont upset the neighbours too much!!
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Old 12-02-2011, 05:29 PM
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Default Re: Oven on the Cheap !!

Good luck, you'll need to go hotter than 250 C to do pizza well. Try 400 C.
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