Oven Core

The essential component of a pizza oven that is responsible for generating and retaining heat using wood as fuel. It typically consists of a dome-shaped structure made from refractory materials such as firebricks or clay, designed to withstand high temperatures. The core incorporates a fire chamber where the wood is burned, and the heat produced is absorbed and radiated by the refractory materials, creating a consistent and intense heat source for baking pizzas. The core’s insulation ensures that the heat is retained within the oven, allowing the pizzas to cook quickly and evenly, resulting in a crispy crust and deliciously melted toppings.