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Offline dday_two

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Acunto COMBO light
« on: November 01, 2021, 08:04:49 AM »
I am looking for a relatively light, dual fuel (wood/gas) oven (max 500kg) to be installed in my balcony, that can perform similarly to heavier WFO (to the extent possible) and can reach NP pizza baking temperatures, but at the same time to be able to bake bread and cook with retained heat.

Mario Acunto (known for classic Neapolitan WFO) seems to produce a nice one, the COMBO light:
https://acuntoristorazione.it/?lang=en
http://www.acuntoforni.it/en/combo-1/

I like the installation of the gas burner (which does not take any space from the cooking floor), since it seems that does not prevent from burning wood while using gas at the same time.

The larger one (COMBO Light BIG) weights 440kgs and has inner dimensions 80cm x 80cm.
https://acuntoristorazione.it/combo-light-big/?lang=en

Even the smaller one (COMBO Light PLUS with 60cm x 80cm cooking floor) seems that can handle very well 60sec NP pizza baking:


I also like that contrary to other small WFO made with stainless steel, it is made with materials similar to those used for the construction of Acunto's bigger models as seen in the website's gallery:
https://acuntoristorazione.it/gallery/?lang=en

Any thoughts about the Mario Acunto COMBO light? You think it is worthy?



Offline billg

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Re: Acunto COMBO light
« Reply #1 on: November 01, 2021, 02:02:40 PM »
I wanted one for my house (outside ) but when I emailed them they said they had to be covered by some form of roof structure so that zero moisture gets inside.  I love the looks of these.  Very industrial.

Offline dday_two

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Re: Acunto COMBO light
« Reply #2 on: November 01, 2021, 03:56:53 PM »
I love the looks of these.  Very industrial.
Yes indeed, I was thinking exactly the same about its look.

I wanted one for my house (outside ) but when I emailed them they said they had to be covered by some form of roof structure so that zero moisture gets inside.
About the roof structure, the same suggested for their bigger ovens too. Otherwise, they told me that you should cover it with a of plastic sheet or so.

I emailed them too and asked few questions about its construction and the materials used. Havenít get a reply yet.
I also like that its look doesnít remind a classic WFO, even though itís made by a classic oven Italian manufacturer.

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