An inset mounting is the most basic form of installation. Your builder builds a stand out of block work and creates a floor slab for the oven to sit on. Insulation boards and tiles are added and the oven of your choice is then lowered onto the tiles and base giving a seamless interface.
100 mm and 300 mm teardrop stainless steel caps
If you already have a base prepared or if you want to install a support gas burner or there is the chance that you may wish to move your oven at some point, then you will need to choose either a 100 mm or a 300 mm stainless steel cap.
The stainless steel cap isn’t structural. It encases a galvanized steel frame onto which the oven of your choice is mounted. Most customers choose a teardrop stainless steel caps as it also reduces the amount of space needed to fit the oven.
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Tim WestOwnerWildwood Pizza
Thanks Jay for all your help along the way – you’ve been a font of knowledge and have always been on the end of the phone to answer and questions! Your help has made the whole scary process of starting up a new business that little bit easier. We’re so pleased with the oven, it […]
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