Gas/Wood Combination Oven, gas-fired, digital thermometer controller, probe & power supply, cast aluminum door, includes ceramic fire logs, stainless steel flue adapter, metal pizza peel, granite shelf, hood cover and shelf apron, (9-10) 8", (6-7) 12" or (3-4) 16" pizza capacity, gray finish, 170,000 BTU, ETL-Sanitation, cETLus
The 130-PAGW has three modes of operation: gas fired, gas and wood combination and wood fired.
Our heavy duty gas burner system is engineered for optimum performance and long term reliable operation through a straightforward design and the use of high quality components. The solenoid based burner control automatically adjusts flame height and intensity to maintain the preset temperature. All our PAGW models are manufactured in Los Angeles.
Pre-assembled Gas/Wood Fired Oven - 130-PAGW
Exterior Diameter: 70″
Interior Diameter: 52″
Oven Entrance Opening: 27″W x 14½”H
Clearance to Combustible Sidewalls: 1″
- 8″ Pizzas: 9-10
- 12″ Pizzas: 6-7
- 16″ Pizzas: 3-4
- ¾” gas outlet – 7″ W.C. (LP GAS 10″)
- 120 VAC/ 3 AMP
Ovens come standard with:
- Factory finished gray paint
- Digital temperature controller
- Heavy duty gas burner system recessed in floor
- Ceramic fire logs
- Cast Aluminum door
- Granite shelf
- Hood cover (s/s or copper)
- Shelf apron (s/s or copper)
- S/S Flue adapter
- Stainless pizza peel
- 5 year limited warranty on refractory
- 1 year limited warranty on gas / electrical
Watch this video to learn more about Earthstone Wood and Gas Fire Pizza Ovens:
- Exterior Diameter:
- Interior Diameter:
- Pizza Capacities:
- 8" Pizzas: 9-10 / 12” Pizzas: 6-7 / 16” Pizzas: 3-4
- Oven Entrance Opening:
- 27″W x 14½”H
- Clearance to Combustible Sidewalls:
- Fuel Type:
- Gas/Wood Fire
- Aluminum door
- Product Finish:
- Gray finish
- Hearth Floor Tiles:
- “Pierre de Boulanger” (Bakers Tiles)
- Manufacturer Warranty:
- 5 year limited warranty
- Product Condition:
For complete product specifications and to download the file, please click below.
For unloading, installing and moving the oven, please use only proper heavy lifting machinery and handling equipment performed by duly trained professionals. When using a forklift, approach the oven from the front entrance side or rear side and keep the forklift straight. Pallet jack capacity should be sufficient to lift the oven. Oven is top heavy and should be moved with care. Oven should be lowered slowly and set on an even floor. If the oven is improperly installed, a fire may result. It is very important to make sure the oven is installed in accordance with these instructions. For parts list, installation procedures, required clearances and air gaps, exhausting, operating and maintenance instructions, type 1 exhaust hood diagram, clearance information, combustion air intake installation and firing instructions, please click and download the link below.
Please determine the method of venting accepted by the Local Building Department before choosing between a U.L. Listed grease duct/building heating appliance chimney installation (direct venting) or a type-I exhaust hood per NFLA 96 and the UMC. Chases should be made of non-combustible materials. For complete details on venting applications, diagrams and instructions, please click and download the link below.
RESIDENTIAL USERS: Vendor assumes no liability for parts or labor coverage for component failure or other damages resulting from installation in non-commercial or residential applications. The right is reserved to deny shipment for residential usage; if this occurs, you will be notified as soon as possible.