The Mt. Chuckanut 4’ oven is the smallest of our Mountain Home Ovens. It features a standard door opening 20 inches wide x 10 inches high. The inside diameter of the oven floor is 37 inches, resulting in a 7 square-foot cooking surface.
All Wood Stone Ovens can be installed indoors or out and are listed for residential use.
This powerful oven can be configured to be wood-fired, gas-fired or a wood/gas combo. If the oven is configured for gas, the Mt. Chuckanut is powered with dual gas sources. The oven is powered by an easily adjustable (68,000 BTU max.) radiant flame gas (RFG) burner located at the rear of the cooking chamber; as well as a (47,000 BTU) thermostatically controlled infrared burner (IR) mounted under the floor of the oven. This dual gas combination facilitates more power and a quicker heat-up time. If gas, the fuel type (natural gas or liquid propane) must be specified at the time of order. The heat distribution in this oven can be adjusted to meet the needs of a variety of menu items.
The dense, high-temperature ceramic formulation of which the hearth and dome are cast creates a “deep heat sink” within the chamber of the oven. The 650 pound, monolithic, cast-ceramic floor sits on 4 inches of rigid insulation and is poured to a thickness of 4 inches. The 700 pound, monolithic dome is cast to a thickness of 4 inches. The hearth and dome are connected and supported by a carefully tensioned stainless steel exoskeleton, which ensures structural integrity and long life. The body of the oven rests on a 10-gauge steel pan bolted to a heavy-duty, 3 inch angle iron stand. The oven is wrapped with at least 2 inches of spun ceramic fiber insulation and enclosed (top and sides) with 16-gauge galvanized steel. The oven arrives completely assembled and ready to set in place.
The Mt. Chuckanut was designed to easily facade. Wood Stone offers a large selection of facade extensions to assist you with this process. To see a variety of facade options and how facade extensions are used, please visit our Mountain Home facade tutorials. Also be sure to check out our Mountain Home configurations.
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