FGis are hybrid gas and wood ovens, they can use only wood, only gas, or both simultaneously.
Gas operating FGi ovens cause wood spontaneous ignition past 200°C, which reduces significantly polluting emissions.
FGi ovens are equipped with two independent gas burners, one heating their dome, the other heating their bedplate.
FGis are part of the static ovens’ family; thanks to their enhanced thermal stability, and to independent bedplate heating, are able to cook perfectly after numerous product batches in short time without loss of bedplate temperature.
The elliptic cooking chamber reduces oven depth and eases operation, in comparison with circular shaped ovens with equal work surface.
Dome gas burners, showing a slow flame, are located behind wood fire area, and replicate as much as possible the look and baking properties of wood fire.
An external metal drawer collects ashes and debris falling from cooking chamber grooves, to help in keeping the baking area clean, improve wood combustion and overall hygiene.
A metal guard separates wood and gas burning areas.
Bedplate burners allow thermal stability to the baking base, for quicker and more homogeneous baking results.
The huge refractory mass and extra careful thermal insulation are designed to increase oven’s efficiency, lower operating costs and heat loss.
Dual operating mode: manual – user selects work temperature and manually adjusts flame intensity by means of its modulator; auto (touch screen versions only) – system control raises or lowers flame intensity according to set temperature, thusly lowering consumption and making oven easier to operate.
FGi ovens are available in four sizes (100,110,130,150).
All sizes are available in three variants: Standard, Cupola or Volcano.
Standard variants can be finished in painted metal or stainless steel.
Cupola and Volcano variants are made of an extra insulating clay-based shell to improve oven’s insulation.
Same Cupola or Volcano variants can be finished with colored microporous plaster (Coccio Pesto), with natural stone mosaic, or customer-supplied ceramic tiles.
Optional analog control system with thermostatic temperature control available upon request.
Special “Sorrentino” baking bedplates, for “napoletana” pizza or bread, available upon request.
Optional brick-like arch on oven’s front, for Standard and Cupola variants sized 100,110.
Wide natural stones colors and combinations choice for Mosaic finishes.
Atmospheric gas burners inside cooking chamber and under the bedplate.
Fireplace debris collecting external drawer, manual door and steel oven mouth reduction.
Raised wood rack with detachable sides for improved cleaning.
External light on high-temperature proof flexible arm.
Ovens are assembled and ready for operation when delivered, set up for indicated gas and electric power as specified upon purchase.
All FGi variants but Mosaic can be shipped ready to assemble (for on-site assembly) after requesting specific cost estimate.
The oven needs an opening 3% wider and taller than its dimensions for moving it into final installation area.
The oven has to be moved only with a forklift or pallet jack.
Only technical personnel authorized by Morello Forni might carry on oven’s on-site assembly.
Qualified technicians only must carry on oven installation according to local regulations.