Vitcas Double Casa

Vitcas Double Casa outdoor wood burning pizza oven is manufactured from high quality refractories. It is a double sized Casa oven. Ideal for when you have more outdoor garden space. Has a larger pizza capacity so you can make more pizzas and save them for later or hold gatherings in the garden.

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Special Price £954.00 £795.00 Regular Price £1,320.00

The Vitcas Double Casa oven is a convenient way to install a wood fired oven in your garden. Constructed in the UK from high quality refractory material, this oven is practical and easy to assemble. It comes in 11 pieces, none heavier than 25kg's, which fit together simply and are securely held in place using the Vitcas heat resistant silicone supplied.
No. of pizzas: 3-4 at a time

The oven kit consists of:
The oven (in eleven pieces),
The dimensions of the oven are as follows:
External: 1010mm deep x 670mm wide x 520mm high
Internal: 740mm x 600mm
Weight: 300kg
1 tube of Vitcas heat resistant silicone,
Cast iron oven door,
Door thermometer up to 500⁰C
Stainless steel flue with chimney cowl and damper.
*This Vitcas double oven does NOT include insulating plinths or the firebricks in the illustration.

***We strongly recommend using Vitcas insulating plinths (2 are required for this double oven) and that the base of the oven should be fully supported and insulated underneath with Vitcas Ceramic Fibre Board 50mm.
After the oven has been fired once or twice it is recommended to add extra insulation in the form of ceramic fibre blanket. The blanket can be adhered to the outside of the oven with ceramic fibre adhesive, a mesh placed over the blanket and the whole oven is then rendered with Outdoor Oven Cement to make it waterproof. At this point the oven can be painted.

Below you can see an animation of how to assemble and insulate VITCAS ovens.

 Animation how to build and insulate Wood-Fired Oven

Recommended insulation requirements (available in our store):

  • 2 x Insulating Plinths
  • Vitcas Ceramic Fibre Blanket - 7 Metres (2 boxes 50mm)
  • 2 tubes of Ceramic Fibre Adhesive
  • 1 x chicken wire/mesh
  • 2 x 20kg Vitcas Outdoor Oven Cement

Vitcas Ceramic Fibre Board 50mm (additional insulation underneath oven base for better performance)

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Product Group Wood Fired Ovens
Outdoor Yes
Manufacturer Vitcas
HS Tariff Code 6810990000
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What fuel source is the best to be used with this oven Charcoal or kiln wood?

Our bread and pizza ovens are wood fired, so wood is generally the recommended optimal source of fuel.

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