A: Every Wildcat oven is designed , manufactured and packaged in house at our factory in Melbourne
A: A combination of heavy duty Australian Steel, Firebricks, and ceramic insulation.
A: All Wildcat ovens are painted with a special 2 stage high temperature finish which can be touched up easily.
A: Due to the dirty nature of briquettes it is not advisable to use briquettes. Wildcat recommends using any good dry hardwood for maximum performance.
A: No! Anything you can cook in a conventional oven can be cooked in a Wildcat outdoor oven, only with more flavour!
A: The galvanised sheet sits on the cross bars at the top of an assembled trolley, and the blueboard sheet sits on top of the galvanised sheet. This provides a solid base for the firebricks.
A: Yes, all properly designed wood fired ovens require a flue to work efficiently. Every Wildcat Oven comes complete with the minimum required flue & cap.
A: Absolutely, however as with all forms of bread making, practice makes perfect!
A: All Wildcat wood fired ovens are essentially portable, and whilst heavy, they can be taken with you when you move. You may need a few strong friends to help.
A: Wildcat Ovens are made from quality steel, stainless steel and aluminised steel. Topped with 2 stage high temperature paint, they are as weatherproof as we can possibly make them. However, if you intend to leave the oven exposed to the elements, you may need to touch up or respray with “Stove Bright” metallic black or spray vegetable oil inside of oven and all the moving parts after use, if you intend to leave it for a period of time. Therefore, we recommend the optional cover is used when the oven is not in use.
A: That is the primary combustion air intake control knob. Move it to the left and the fire gets less air therefore burns cooler and more slowly, move it to the right and the fire gets more air and burners faster and hotter.
A: We do trade shows and inhouse cooking demonstrations. We have a full on display at our showroom and factory.