Forno Bravo, LLC
Pompeii Oven™ Plans Version 2.0
Build an Authentic Italian Wood-Burning Oven
A MAJOR CAUSE OF OVEN-RELATED FIRE IS FAILURE TO MAINTAIN REQUIRED
CLEARANCES (AIR SPACES) TO COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS. IT IS OF UTMOST
IMPORTANCE THAT YOU FOLLOW PROPER SAFETY PRECAUTIONS IN ACCORDANCE
WITH THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
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Pompeii Oven Instructions
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Failure to heed this warning may result in damage to property, bodily injury or death.
Keep children and pets away from hot oven.
Use firewood for burning only. DO NOT use charcoal, pressure treated lumber, chipped wood products, sappy wood such as
pine, laminated wood or any material other than dry medium or hard firewood.
DO NOT USE liquid fuel (firelighter fluid, gasoline, lantern oil, kerosene or similar liquids) to start or maintain a fire.
BEWARE of very high temperatures in the oven and use long oven gloves and mitts to handle pots and tools. DO NOT put
unprotected hands or arms inside oven while it is lit.
Dispose of ashes using a metal shovel and place in a metal bin with a tightly fitting lid. The container should be stored on a
non-combustible surface, away from all combustible materials. Ensure ashes are completely cold before disposing of them