Stone oven | Standard series

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Product number for Stone oven Standard series: 1/11/1
Available sizes: height: 170cm/ width.: 120cm/ length: 145cm
Weight: 900 kg
Packaging: 1pc. Stone oven Standard is packaged in an industrial pallet sized 100/120cm with height of 140cm.
Stone oven | Standard series 1
Production lead time
Material Gneiss
Price / Unit Price for 1 piece
Type cladding Standard
Finish Natural
Natural stone Sandy-gold gneiss
Blue grey
Weight 950 kg
Delivery via courier to address in Bulgaria Transport for 1 industrial pallet max. 1 tonne 110 lv + 2% cash-on-delivery tax
Natural stone specifics Possible deviations and variations in the colors and textures of the stone tiles are expected (resulting from the natural origin and formation of the stone).
Our products are handmade craftsmanship, made by artisans (stone masons).
Recommended adhesives Gray polymer adhesive FLEXI (for silicone gun)
Black heat-resistant adhesive KALOFER (for silicone gun)
Protection, mandatory impregnation, and maintenance (LTP or AKEMI) For protection against water absorption: Universal stone impregnator (LTP or AKEMI)
For protection against water and grease absorption: Stone impregnator Mattstone H2O
For color enhancement and protection: Wet effect impregnator (LTP or AKEMI).

The warmth of the hearth and the beauty of the stone create a product that will be used for the most valuable things in life – shared time with loved ones, emotion, laughter, and memorable culinary delights.

Ovens are fired up when we honor our roots and re-create our traditions, creating memories.

The soft shapes and elegance of the natural stone in the Standard oven cladding make it a stunning culinary centerpiece in the garden.

It's important to know that the Standard series oven features:

  • A domed structure made of fireproof chamotte bricks using an old Bulgarian technique.
  • Reinforced concrete panels and thermo-concrete for the hearth.
  • Designed for outdoor use.
  • Clad with natural stone (handcrafted by skilled artisans).
  • Comes with a metal lid for closing and sealing the oven after heating.
  • A dome opening width of 60 cm.
  • Arranged elements on a 1x1.20 m pallet for easy transportation.
  • The ability to extend the chimney with additional ducts measuring 30x30 cm and 15 cm in height.
  • The option to use various accessories.
  • Detailed assembly instructions.
  • Practical Use and Modular Installation

To use: Place dry wood and twigs in the center of the oven dome. Avoid sudden temperature changes in the combustion chamber by not using blowtorches or petroleum-based products. After initial lighting, it’s normal for the bricks in the dome to blacken. The fire should be maintained until the bricks turn white. The heating process takes about 2-3 hours. Once the bricks turn white, the oven is ready for baking, and you can insert your prepared dish. Finally, close the dome opening with the iron lid and seal the sides with clay or a mixture of ash, flour, and water.

Approximate assembly time for 3-4 beginners: 3-4 hours.

Required adhesives for assembly: 25 kg of class C2 cement-based adhesive + 20 kg of heat-resistant adhesive.

Assembly Instructions:

A critical step for proper and easy assembly of your oven is the foundation. It must be stable, well-leveled, and even. The oven elements are built according to the numbering in the assembly instructions and are glued with class C2 cement-based adhesive. It's recommended to use heat-resistant adhesive for the elements in and around the dome. Before applying the adhesive, thoroughly moisten each part with water to ensure proper bonding. Finally, grout and clean. After the adhesive dries (12 to 24 hours, depending on the season), your oven is ready to use.

The heaviest part is the dome, weighing about 200 kg, requiring 3-4 people to move it.

The roof, ducts, and adhesives are not included in the price and must be ordered separately.

Our Useful Tips

Recommended insulation: The better insulated the oven is, the more efficient the baking, as the accumulated heat is retained longer. We recommend placing a roof over the oven dome and filling the empty space with quartz sand or marble dust (200 kg = 8-10 bags of 25 kg each).

Alternatively, you can insulate the oven dome with aluminum foil-coated wool (3.5-4 sq.m.), expanded metal mesh, and finally plaster with chamotte – a refractory mix of heat-resistant and cement-based adhesive.

Like every beautiful thing and like every natural material, natural stone requires proper care and maintenance.

We recommend: always treat stone surfaces with the right products for natural stone!

Regardless of the type of stone and its location, a single application of sealing agent will save you unnecessary worries and greatly facilitate maintenance.

Everything needs care. Use the high-quality German products from AKEMI, with which we have been working and recommending for years.

The treated impregnated surface does not allow water and contaminants to penetrate.

The protection with a sealer provides resistance against the destructive cycles of freezing and melting in external conditions. Water simply does not absorb when the stone surface is impregnated but forms droplets.

Depending on the type of sealer, it may not alter the external appearance of the stone or deepen its colors. Choose among the following types of sealers:

"Universal" sealer, which does not change the appearance of the stone and protects against water.
"Wet Effect" - a powerful sealer, like the Universal one, but with colors standing out in a more intense contrast.
"Stain-Free" is the best sealer: it protects against water and grease, also without changing the external appearance of the stone.

The frequency of reapplication depends on conditions and the usage of the stone tiles (whether it is flooring and traffic intensity). Usually, AKEMI recommends every 5 years for exterior stone, flooring + wet areas, and 10 years for interior stone (wall cladding).

How to apply the sealer? - It's easy, like child's play. The stone surface must be clean and very dry. The liquid is applied undiluted with a roller, sponge, or brush. If the surface is smooth polished or matte, a second step is required: the so-called "polishing" with a microfiber cloth for 20 minutes after applying the sealer. And we're done.

What cleaning products are used for natural stone? - Some types of stone, such as marble and travertine, are sensitive to acidic, very strong cleaning agents (e.g. bleach). We recommend: always clean your stone surfaces with a pH-neutral cleaning agent.

Ask us if you have any more questions! We are here and happy to assist.

How to breathe new life into natural stone in the exterior?

In a few steps, natural stone can be restored to its original state, in its full brilliance and aesthetics.

First and foremost is regular cleaning and at least once a year thorough washing with a pressure washer. This is particularly important for our outdoor furniture products (barbecues, sinks, tables, countertops, and pavement tiles).

Once the surfaces are clean and dry, do not forget to apply a sealer.

Tip: Protect your outdoor flooring from furniture that may rust.

For specific stains such as oily spots, efflorescence (cement milk), mold, cement residues, or grout mixtures, silicones, or paints, it is best to contact us directly for consultation. Count on us; we will provide you with the right products to address the issue, wherever and whenever possible.

The durability of natural stone depends on the specific porosity of the stone type and its water absorption levels. For example, the porosity of granite and gneiss is around 1%, while sandstone has over 20%.

The biggest destructive enemies for items, coverings, and pavements exposed year-round are the sun and freeze/thaw cycles. When the stone is sealed/waterproof, you will receive maximum protection and much easier maintenance.

In severe cases of areas with contamination, the non-polished stone surface can be treated with an angle grinder and fine sandpapers. This process removes the top layer of the stone, making it look like new. (The process is similar to sanding wooden parquet.)

Stone is the best friend of the yard and garden. With love for beautiful, natural materials and proper care, the stone will continue to bring you joy for many years to come.
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