SuperIsol Under Oven Insulation IntroducedFeb 05, 2007Posted by Forno Bravo
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Forno Bravo, LLC
Forno Bravo Introduces SuperIsol Under Oven Insulation
Feb. 5, 2007. Windsor, CA. Forno Bravo, LLC, a leading provider of Italian-made pizza ovens for pizzerias, restaurants and homeowners, introduced SuperIsol, an engineered Calcium Silicate insulating board made for industrial applications, such as aluminum melting and holding furnaces. It’s about twice as efficient as pure vermiculite board, and more than twice as efficient as castable vermiculite and portland mixed together (which closes an indeterminate number of air holes in the Vermiculite and reduces its efficiency).
It comes in 24″x36″x2″ sheets, and a single 2″ layer takes an 800F face down to about 160F at equilibrium. Cool. It’s easy to cut and clue, making it fast and easy to install. It doesn’t even cost that much more than the cost of the vermiculite, and if you calculate in labor costs, it saves a lot of money. With way less hassle. I have a sample sitting on my desk, and it’s great stuff.
We’ve already added it to the Forno Bravo Store.
About Forno Bravo, LLC
Forno Bravo is a leading provider of wood and gas-fired pizza ovens for pizzerias, restaurants and homeowners is located in Windsor, CA. The company has developed partnerships with Italy’s leading producers of ovens, pizza oven tools and accessories, and pizza ingredients. Through its sales and service centers located in the Northern California wine country, Cumbria, England and Auckland, New Zealand, and dealers throughout the world, the company ships pizza ovens to the entire English-speaking world. James Bairey, a former Silicon Valley entrepreneur who helped launch numerous successful computer companies, founded Forno Bravo in 2004.
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