Superior Clay Masonry Ovens are available in four sizes – 18″, 24″, 36″ and 48″ (inside diameter). Refer to the drawing and charts for important measurements and required materials. For full installation instructions, see Plans and Instructions.
|Materials List||18″ Oven||24″ Old style||24″ New Style||36″ Oven||48″ Oven|
|Oven Dome||20″ Dome||27″ Dome||22″ Dome||22″ Dome||32″ Dome|
|Entrance Tunnel||13″ Tunnel||18″ Tunnel||18″ (2 Pieces)||18″||24″ (3 Pieces)|
|Side Walls||10 Pcs. 9″ Firebrick||14 pcs 9″ Firebrick||2 Wall Sections||5 Wall Sections||8 Wall Sections|
|Insulating Castible||3-50lbs Bags||4-50 lbs Bags||4-50 lbs Bags||6-50 lbs Bags||20-50 lbs Bags|
|Heat Stop Refractory Mortar||10 lbs Pail||2-10 lbs Pails||2-10 lbs Pails||1-50 lbs Bag||2-50 lbs Bags|
|Firebrick Needed for Floor||30- 9″ Brick||36- 9″ Brick||36- 9″ Brick||40- 9″ Brick||85- 9″ Brick|
Superior Clay has developed components and a set of plans and instructions for the construction of traditional masonry ovens. Superior Clay wood fire ovens can be built along side a Rumford Fireplace or as a standalone unit in your kitchen or in your backyard. The exterior of the oven can be finished with a variety of masonry materials including brick, stone, stucco or tile.
A Special Note About Chimney Pots: Terra Cotta components are subject to thermal shock and cracking.