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Home pizza oven OA-PO

home pizza oven
home pizza oven
home pizza oven
home pizza oven
home pizza oven
home pizza oven
home pizza oven
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Power source
Number of ovens / chambers
Other characteristics
modular, outdoor, rotary

23.6 kg
(52 lb)


If there is one outdoor cooking unit that is super popular these days, it is the pizza oven. As it is wood-fired, the OFYR cooking unit lends itself perfectly to making the most delicious pizzas. The OFYR Pizza Oven includes a practical pizza scoop, as well as a double-sided cast-iron plate topped by a pizza stone and a double steel cloche that can be closed with the rotating outer layer. The cast iron plate has ventilation holes that helps the heat circulate from the OFYR Cooking Unit to the oven, which heats the pizza up more quickly. By turning the knob on the cloche, it is possible to regulate the size of the opening between the inner and outer layer. The further apart the layers are, the more air circulation and heat is generated. Since the knob becomes very hot, it can only be handled when wearing the OFYR heat-resistant gloves. The pizza oven is suitable to use as a regular oven. When making pizzas, the pizza stone should be placed on the smooth side of the cast-iron plate. The textured part of the plate can be used as a grill. The OFYR Pizza Oven is a supplement for the OFYR 85 and 100 cooking units. The grill plate for the Pizza Oven 85 and 100 has been adapted to fit the corresponding cooking unit. Selection Guide * Includes a pizza scoop. * The pizza oven requires you to cook by feel. The oven does not include a thermometer, as the temperature can vary depending on the surroundings, the type and quantity of the used wood, and the size of the opening of the cloche.


*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.