Bella Outdoor Living - Ultra 40 Pizza Oven
Bella Outdoor Living
The Bella Ultra C40 is a commercial size pizza oven cart featuring ultra-premium construction and materials— perfect for larger families and parties or catering events. With a 40"W x 28"D cooking floor and 1,120 sq. in. cooking space, the Ultra C40 is larger than most residential grills. It can bake 6 pizzas at a time, roast a large turkey and 4 to 5 roasting pans at once, or bake 24 loaves of bread.
Even with its large cooking capacity, the Ultra C40 still heats up in about 15 minutes and is efficient with wood fuel. The oven’s high throughput— as many as 100 pizzas in one hour— is enough for large gatherings and events.
The oven can bake and roast better than a conventional oven, grill better than a charcoal or gas grill, and it has more capacity than most residential grills; it’s the one oven that can do it all.
The Ultra C40 features all 304 stainless-steel, solid weld construction for the oven dome, landing, door, chimney and the pizza oven cart, promising years of worry-free, rust-free operation. The Ultra C40 cooking floor uses authentic firebrick baking stones with a higher cordierite content usually reserved for commercial oven applications to protect the floor from thermal shock and reduced “spalling.” The vent design on the Ultra C40 is outside the cooking chamber so the oven retains heat longer and the food has a more pronounced wood fired flavor.
The Ultra C40 cart features two side shelves that also serve as handles and four wheels, two with locking casters, making it easy to move and position the oven. The Ultra C40 is a great choice for entertaining large groups or catering events.
Oven with Chimney
66 1/4"W x 38"D x 88 1/4"H
40″W x 28″W x 1.5" thick cooking floor; room for four plus pizzas at a time
1,120 sq in cooking capacity
24 1/4"W x 9 1/2"H
• Stainless Steel Pizza Peel, Pizza Server, and Pizza Cutting Wheel
• 6"W x 24″H chimney with spark arrestor and rain cap
• Flu Control
• 304 stainless steel construction, including the oven dome, landing, door, chimney and entry arch
• Powder coat enclosure
• 100% ceramic insulation
• Built-in thermometer
• Use with or without cart and wheels
When cooking with a live fire, your Bella Outdoor Living oven cooks with reflected heat. With reflective heat, flame from a live fire is bounced off the dome onto your food. This reflective heat cooks food, such as pizza, and also recharges the cooking floor, putting heat back into the floor to replace heat that is lost through cooking. Because your Bella Outdoor Living oven breathes, drawing in cold air through the lower half of the oven opening and exhausting hot air out the top half of the opening, it is constantly moving hot, moist air across the top of your food. While modern convection ovens use fans and heat coils to move hot, dry air within the oven, nothing can compare with natural convection. Finally, heat stored in the cooking floor is transferred directly into food that is set on top of it. This is true for bread and pizza, which are set directly on the cooking floor, and for pots and pans set on it. It is this unique cooking ability that lets you make Italian pizza, hearth bread and great roasts in your Bella Outdoor Living oven, and what makes wood-fired cooking unlike any other type of cooking. The type of wood you burn will depend to a large extent on where you live. The species selection and predominance of medium-hard (such as poplar) or hardwoods (such as oak) vary from the North American west coast to the east coast, and from the south to the north. Avoid burning sappy, oily woods, such as red pine, and never burn laminated woods like plywood, pressure treated woods, or anything that has been painted, chemically treated or glued. The most important rule to follow is that everything you burn must be dry and seasoned. The best woods to burn in your Bella Outdoor Living oven are hardwoods such as oak, maple, ash, beech and birch, or fruit and nut trees, including apple, almond, cherry, pear and pecan. Fruit woods not only burn well, they are also fragrant. Hardwoods weigh almost three times as much as softwoods, like pines, fir, cedar and spruces, so they give off more heat (BTUs). Your wood should be dry and aged for six months to a year so that it will burn well, and produce the heat that your oven needs. If your wood is green, it will burn poorly, and produce a lot of smoke – which can soot up your entry arch.
Ultra C40 Tech Specs
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Estimated delivery time 7-14 days