Authentic living, healthy eating. The everyday bustle keeps you on the move all the time and sometimes, you simply need a break. Disconnect yourself and rediscover some of life's more simple pleasures, such as cooking in the nature using this garden Barbecue cladded with polygonal natural stone.
This garden barbecue is made of reinforced concrete panels that ensure its resistance over time. Cladded with polygonal natural stone, this barbecue is made from several components: a steel lid for closing the furnace, a fireproof brick dome and a brick fire chamber, all fixed together with a thermoresistant adhesive. Delivered on pallets, this product is easily installed by following the instructions.
Usage: Using this barbecue is just another fun way of spending time and bringing the family together. Excellent for preparing any type of pizza, this product is as versatile as a regular barbecue, allowing you to cook a wide variety of dishes. The resulting smoke seeps into the food, while the dry air helps the meat form a delicious crust.
Installing instructions: The barbecue will be installed on a stable, plane and fixed platform, and the individual components are fixed together in the order presented in the guide using a cement adhesive. When assembling the components inside and around the dome, choose a heat-resistant adhesive. For good adhesion, make sure the parts are well watered; after joining, clean all surfaces. The oven is ready for use after the drying of adhesive, which lasts between 3 to 5 hours, depending on the season.
How to insulate: The better the insulation, the more heat is preserved and the more efficiently the oven works. Therefore, we provide a complementary accessory, the furnace roof, which will be located at the top of the dome. The remained empty space is to be filled with a mixture of salt and quartz sand in equal proportions. Another isolation option is the use of insulating glass wool and hexagonal wire mesh coated with a fireproof mixture such as chamotte.
How to use: We recommend placing wood in the middle of the dome, thus avoiding sudden temperature changes in the fuel chamber through the use of petroleum products. Subsequently, the oven will be heated for 1-2 hours until the bricks turn white, a sign that it is time to add the food.
Finally, the dome will be closed with the iron lid, and its sides will be sealed.
Height: 170 cm
Width: 120 cm
Depth: 145 cm
Dome size: φ=88 cm
Weight: 950 kg