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Installation Instructions & Materials List for the – Cortile Barile Oven with Ceramic Fiber Blanket Insulation If you can make brownies, you can make the Cortile Barile oven! Simply mix 3 ingredients, pour them into the Cortile Barile foam mold and let bake. err dry for 7 days! 2 Hours. 3 Ingredients It really is the world’s least expensive & easiest to build wood-fired oven! Materials Shopping List 1 60 80 9 Cortile Barile Oven Kit (2 Boxes) Full Size Firebrick (Cooking Surface) Standard Size Brick (Frame) 50lb Bag of Castable Refractory 1 15lb Tub of Hi-Temp Mortar (Wet) 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 80lb Bag of Stucco 60lb Bag All Purpose Sand Roll of 2’ x 25’ Chicken Wire Roll of Rebar Wire 50sf Box of Ceramic Fiber Blanket 2” X 4” X 8’ Stud 2lb Bag All Purpose Flour (SUGGESTED) DuraTech 6” Exhaust Kit (SUGGESTED) DuraTech 6” x 9” Pipe (See Page 5 for Recommended Brands) (See Page 5 for Recommended Brands) Tools Needed Miter Saw (Try to borrow or rent before

buying) Masonry Trowel 3.5cf Cement Mixer Utility Knife Masonry Blade (Diamond) Tape Measure Rubber Mallet 4’ Level 2 Gallon Bucket Wire Cutter Metal Wire Brush Caulking Gun Construction Sponge Rubber Gloves Glasses & Respirator Please remember to BUY AMERICAN and purchase your materials from your locally owned Masonry, Landscape Cortile &/orBarile Building Supply store. 2014 BrickWood Ovens / US & International Patents Pending Oven Installation Instructions | 1 What you need to know BEFORE you build your Cortile Barile Oven READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE YOU BUILD – We worked very hard to bring you the most through, yet simplistic set of DIY wood-fired oven and base instructions on Planet Earth! We HIGHLY encourage you to read both sets of directions before you tear open your first bag of cement. or at least look at the pictures (guys) PLACEMENT OF OVEN – First and foremost, ALL BrickWood Ovens are for OUTDOOR & NON-COMMERCIAL USE ONLY! Secondly, the

placement of your oven really depends on your local building codes. Many codes & HOA’s state that all “solidfuel burning devices” be placed within “X” number of feet from any structure Before you build your oven, check with your local municipalities and/or HOA’s to verify you build to the standards of your code. In addition, you must remember that no wood burning oven manufacturer can guarantee 100% smoke capture. For this reason, we do not recommend placing your BrickWood Oven within 5 feet of any ceiling or covered structure. We also recommend leaving a distance of 3 feet between the oven and any structure like walls, fences, trees, etc. Also, make sure that the front / opening of your oven faces the direction of the oncoming wind. If the wind hits the rear of the oven, it can create a small vacuum which will pull the smoke out the front of the oven. TYPES OF FIREBRICK - There are several types of firebrick on the market (Low duty, Medium Duty, High Duty, Red Clay

Brick, & Insulating Firebrick). It is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED to use a Low or Medium duty firebrick which is comprised of 35% - 40% Alumina with 45% - 55% Silica and typically weigh 7lb – 8lb each. Low and Medium duty firebrick are the best type of firebrick to use on any brick oven. FIREBRICK COLORS – Red or Tan. That is the question! Most firebrick dealers stock one color of firebrick and it is usually tan. Sometimes a dealer will stock both red and tan which look great together! The color of the firebrick has absolutely zero effect on the performance of the oven. FIREBRICK SIZES – The Cortile Barile oven was designed to accommodate the two most common sizes of firebrick on the market – 9” x 4.5” x 25” and 9” x 45” x 225” In addition to those two common sizes, you can also use the following firebrick sizes – 8.5” x 45” x 25” 8.5” x 45” x 225” 8.75” x 45” x 25” 8.75” x 45” x 225” 9” x 3.5” x 25” 9” x 3.5” x 225” 9” x 3” x

2.5” 9” x 3” x 2.25” 12” x 4.5” x 3” 12” x 4.5” x 25” 13.5” x 45” x 3” 13.5” x 45” x 25” STUCCO / MORTAR SHELL – The biggest misconception with the insulated oven occurs with the versatile stucco or mortar shell. This “shell” performs MANY duties and is required when insulating your oven with Ceramic Fiber Blanket 1. The shell is 2 rock-hard ½” thick layers of STUCCO or MORTAR MIX While stucco is preferred, it can be regional and hard to find in some areas. If a dry stucco mix is not available, a bag of standard Mortar Mix can be used 2. Stucco is different from mortar mix as it contains synthetic fibers that increase its strength and durability 3. The stucco is used in conjunction with the metal lathe (chicken wire) to create a reinforced shell around the oven (think of the metal lathe in stucco like rebar in cement). This shell keeps the ceramic fiber blanket locked in place around the oven and also allows the end user to mortar ANY TYPE of

veneer to the oven. 4. The stucco or mortar shell can be painted, but it is preferred that you mortar a finish veneer to the shell 5. Once you paint the stucco, you cannot apply a veneer using mortar (unless you strip the paint) 6. Only use dry stucco mix Pre-mixed stucco is cost-prohibitive (you will need about 220lbs of wet / mixed stucco) HAIRLINE CRACKING – When your oven is heating up, the heat causes the oven to expand or “stretch”. Please remember, HAIRLINE CRACKING IS NORMAL and will happen but is unlikely to produce product / oven failure. To keep the hairline cracking to a minimum: 1. Make sure you use the EXACT WATER REQUIREMENTS stated in the manufacturers data sheet when mixing the castable refractory. Too much or too little water will produce a low-strength refractory blend 2. Heat your oven SLOWLY! The slower you heat your oven, the less chance of hairline cracking HERRINGBONE PATTERN COOKING SURFACE – Aside from looking pretty cool, the Herringbone pattern

actually serves a purpose. If you lay your cooking surface firebrick in a horizontal / vertical layout and just one firebrick rises 1/16 of an inch, it could stop your pizza peel instantly (and send a nice shock down your arm). By angling the brick at a 45˚ degree angle, your peel will simply glide over the elevated brick. SAFTEY FIRST!! WEAR GLASSES, RESPIRATOR & GLOVES AT ALL TIMES!! Sunscreen is optional. SOOT ON OVEN – Sometimes a bit of soot will land on the front of your oven, but don’t fret! Simply get a little dab of dish washing detergent, a small brush and a bucket of water – follow that up with a little elbow grease and that soot comes right off! Good as new with a fresh, clean, lemony scent! 2014 BrickWood Ovens / US & International Patents Pending Cortile Barile Oven Installation Instructions | 2 METRIC VS. STANDARD – The measurements in our directions are shown using the Standard measurement system If you are outside of the US, you will need to

convert the measurements to Metric. This can easily be done by visiting our conversion page at: www.BrickWoodOvenscom/Conversion CURING THE OVEN AND FIRING THE OVEN - It is VERY important that you cure your oven correctly. It is equally important that you fire up the oven correctly to get the most out of your oven. PLEASE BE SURE TO READ AND FOLLOW BOTH SETS OF DIRECTIONS THAT ARE ON THE LAST 2 PAGES OF THESE INSTRUCTIONS: HOW TO CURE YOUR OVEN & HOW TO FIRE YOUR OVEN FOR DAILY USE PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT PIZZA – We know how excited you are to put your first pizza in your oven! We’ve been there! And we also burned the tar out of our first pizza (that took 30 minutes to build from scratch)! We HIGHLY recommend that you purchase 6 or 7 frozen pizzas from your grocers’ freezer (Red Baron / Tombstone) and let them thaw out to room temperature. Practice cooking in your oven with these disposable pizzas and once you have become an Oven Master, go for the good stuff! STRANGERS IN

YOUR BACKYARD – Wood-fired ovens tend to attract lots of people. Some you may know and some you may not. These strangers mean no harm! They were just guided to your oven by the wonderful smell of burning wood and the aroma of fresh baked bread in the air. They usually appear during holidays, birthdays, graduations and most Sundays (especially during football season). Usually, you can give them a couple of slices of freshly baked pizza and they will scamper away, but remember, once you feed them food from a wood-fired oven, they come back over and over searching for more! You’ve been warned! HAVE FUN! THAT’S AN ORDER! Anyone can buy a pre-built oven. and anyone can BUILD an oven! We have taken all of the guess-work out of building your wood-fired oven and base. All you have to do is follow our step-by-step instructions and you will be hosting your first pizza party in no time! Don’t worry about mistakes – masonry is very forgiving. If you do make a mistake, simply wipe off any

wet mortar and try again. If it takes 3 times to get it right, it takes 3 times no worries!! You just learned how to do it right for the next time! One last note before you get started. If you have kids, be sure to let them help in the construction of the oven Your new oven will last for many, many years and as the time passes quickly (as we all know it does), you and your kids will always remember the fun you had building the oven together as a family. There are no mistakes when building your oven and if an “uh-oh” does occur, just remember that it can easily be fixed with mortar! 2014 BrickWood Ovens / US & International Patents Pending Cortile Barile Oven Installation Instructions | 3 - CORTILE BARILE OVEN MEASUREMENTS - 2014 BrickWood Ovens / US & International Patents Pending Cortile Barile Oven Installation Instructions | 4 - CASTABLE REFRACTORY & HI-TEMP MORTAR What do America’s Top 10 Wood-Fired Oven manufacturers have in common? We all build

our ovens with Castable Refractory from the various refractory manufacturers listed below. You will need this Manufacturer / Brand list as you call the Castable Refractory dealers in your area to check pricing & availability. CASTABLE REFRACTORY HEAT RESISTANT MORTAR - WET HEAT RESISTANT MORTAR - DRY ABLE REFRACTORY ABLE CAST 3000 ABLE MORTAR 3000 - ALLIED MINERAL PRODUCTS CW SUPER KASTITE 3000 BRIKSET BRIKSET MORTAR DRY ALSEY HI-CAST 60 3000 PILOT 3000-T AIR SET PILOT 3000-DRY AIR-SET ANH / HARBISON-WALKER KS4, KS4V PLUS OR MIZZOU CASTABLE SAIRSET MORTAR MIX 413 BNZ BNZ BLAZECRETE 3000 BNZ BLAKBOND - CHRISTY CHRISTYCAST 45 OR MORCOCAST 45 MORCOSET 50 MORCOSET 55 D HEATSTOP HEATCAST 40 HEAT STOP II HEAT STOP 50 MISSOURI REFRACTORIES MORCOCAST 45-0 MORCOSET 50 MORCOSET 55 D MORGAN THERMAL CERAMICS KAOCRETE HS K-BOND WET K-BOND DRY MT. SAVAGE HEATCRETE 26 ES SUPER HI-MUL WATERPROOF HI-TEMP NOCK & SON NOXCRETE - SUPER DEMON DRY

PILBRICO PLICAST TUFF MIX SUPER DEMON WET PRYOR GIGGEY ECONOCAST ECONOSET RENO REFRACTORIES RENO CAST 25 CTG - RENO BOND 3000 DRY RESCO / NEW CASTLE PACOCAST 24 TROWELEZE RIVERSIDE REFRACTORIES ALAKAST 40-P-ES ALASET 40-3000 SPECIAL SPAR REFRACTORIES - - THERMBOND FORMULA 9 OR FORMULA 6BL 6P UNITED REFRACTORIES UNI-CAST 2400 - VESUVIUS MOLDIT D OR MOLDIT HT - - - CASTABLE REFRACTORY MANUFACTURERS & DEALERS Arizona has 1 refractory dealer while Pennsylvania has 792. Well not really that many, but there are quite a few. But no matter what state you live in, be sure to call your local dealer to verify they have the castable refractory ”IN STOCK” PRIOR to arriving at their store. Sometimes castable refractory needs to be ordered and that might take a day or two. The average cost of castable refractory is around $35.00 per bag If you are unable to find castable refractory in your area at a decent price, you can call the manufacturer (indicated below in

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277-2251 EMPIREREFRACTORY.COM 2014 BrickWood Ovens / US & International Patents Pending Cortile Barile Oven Installation Instructions | 8 Before you dig your foundation or lay that first brick, be sure to take several pictures of the area you’re building your new BrickWood Oven. These pictures will be the first in a series of photos that document your progress as you construct one of the most rewarding DIY projects at your home. When taking a good photo, make sure you tidy-up the area around your oven. You want people to see pictures of your awesome oven - not pictures of yard tools, empty concrete bags or crushed beer cans. Be sure to use a good quality digital camera and take lots of pictures! Nobody uses film anymore, so click away and send us your best shots - we want to show them to the world! You can upload your photos on our website or simply email them to us as you build your oven. Each customer has their own picture file and we will store your photos as they

come in. Visit our website for more info or email your 1mb - 2mb pictures to: 2014 BrickWood Ovens / US & International Patents Pending Cortile Barile Oven Installation Instructions | 9 ST STEP EP A-3 STEP A-2 STEP A-1 RECOMMEND We HIGHLY RECOMMEND you rent (or borrow) a 2.5 cubic foot cement mixer when building the Cortile Barile Oven & Base. You will be mixing a lot of cement and the mixer is a true time saver. Your back & shoulders will thank you!! Simply Google Map “equipment rental” and your postal code. Several locations will be provided You will need the mixer for 1 week. Place all of the tools & materials you will need in reaching distance. Refractory sets quickly, so you will not have time to search for forgotten tools and missing materials. Coloque todas las herramientas y materiales que se necesitan para llegar lejos. Conjuntos refractarios rápidamente, por lo que no tendrá tiempo para buscar herramientas olvidadas y materiales que faltan.

The Cortile Barile foam mold is packaged in two (2) identically sized boxes. El molde de espuma Cortile Barile se envasa en dos (2) cajas de idéntico tamaño. Remove the contents of Box 1 and carefully set the (2) outer foam panels aside as they will be used in the construction of the base. DO NOT REMOVE THE FOAM FROM BOX 2! Retire el contenido de la casilla 1 y cuidadosamente ajustado los paneles (2) exteriores de espuma a un lado como se van a utilizar en la construcción de la base. NO QUITE LA ESPUMA DE BOX 2! 2014 BrickWood Ovens / US & International Patents Pending Cortile Barile Oven Installation Instructions | 10 DURING THE NEXT 8 STEPS, YOU WILL BE MIXING YOUR CASTABLE REFRACTORY WITH STAINLESS STEEL FIBERS AND CLEAN WATER. IT IS CRUCIAL THAT YOU MIX ALL THE INGREDIENTS EXACTLY AS DESCRIBED BELOW. FAILURE TO DO SO WILL RESULT IN A WEAK AND/OR BRITTLE WOOD-FIRED OVEN! Test the consistency of the Castable Refractory by using the Ball-in-Hand testing method.

After putting gloves on, grab a handful of Refractory and shape it into a ball. Throw the ball 1 foot (12 Inches) into the air and catch it. If the refractory lands with a “splat” and runs through your fingers. TOO MUCH WATER! If the refractory lands in your hand and feels dry like it’s about to fall apart. NOT ENOUGH WATER! If the refractory lands with a nice sold “thud” and stays in a firm, round form (like pizza dough). PERFECT!!! 2014 BrickWood Ovens / US & International Patents Pending Cortile Barile Oven Installation Instructions | 11 STEP A-4 Begin your project by placing the contents of Box 1 on a plastic tarp in a DRY location with a SUPER FLAT surface. (Hint. the car garage is PERFECT!!) Comience su proyecto colocando el contenido de la casilla 1 sobre una lona de plástico en un lugar seco, con una superficie plana. STEP A-6 (Sugerencia. El garaje es perfecto!) Based on the factory recommendations of the type of refractory you are using, measure

for the correct amount of water to mix 3 bags. (Refer to your brand of castable refractory for proper Mix-to-Water ratio) Basándose en las recomendaciones de fábrica del tipo de refractario que está utilizando, medida por la cantidad correcta de agua para mezclar 3 bolsas. STEP A-7 (Consulte a su refractario para la mezcla correcta de relación agua) Turn the cement mixer on and add 1/2 of the measured water into the mixer. DO NOT TURN OFF MIXER UNTIL STEP 13 Activar el mezclador de cemento y añadir ½ del agua medida en la mezcladora. STEP A-8 NO APAGUE BATIDORA HASTA EL PASO 13 Slowly add the first bag of refractory into the mixer. Poco a poco agregue la primera bolsa de refractario en el mezclador. 2014 BrickWood Ovens / US & International Patents Pending Cortile Barile Oven Installation Instructions | 12 STEP A-10 STEP A-9 Add the remaining measured water into the mixer. Añadir el resto del agua medido en la mezcladora. Slowly sprinkle the 1st bag of

stainless steel fibers (included with the Cortile Barile kit) into the mixer. SPRINKLE THE FIBERS! DO NOT DUMP! NOTE: (1) Bag of Fibers per (1) 50/55lb Bag of Refractory Poco a poco espolvorear la primera bolsa de fibras de acero inoxidable en el mezclador. ESPOLVOREAR LA FIBRAS! NO ENVIAR! STEP A-11 NOTA: (1) Bolsa de Fibras por (1) Bolsa de 50/55lb Refractaria Slowly pour the 2nd & 3rd bag of refractory into the mixer. Vierta lentamente la bolsa de 2nd y 3rd de refractario en el mezclador. STEP A-12 Slowly sprinkle the 2nd & 3rd bag of stainless steel fibers into the mix and run the mixer for 2 to 3 additional minutes. If the refractory mix is still too dry (not pliable), you may need to add small amount of water. Remember – you want the refractory to be firm. Lentamente espolvorear la de 2nd y 3rd de fibras de acero inoxidable en la mezcla y ejecutar el mezclador durante 2 a 3 minutos adicionales. Si la mezcla refractaria sigue siendo demasiado seco (no flexible),

puede que tenga que añadir una pequeña cantidad de agua. Recuerde – usted quiere que el refractario que ser firme. 2014 BrickWood Ovens / US & International Patents Pending Cortile Barile Oven Installation Instructions | 13 STEP A-16 STEP A-15 STEP A-14 STEP A-13 Verify that ALL THE REFRACTORY is blended (no dry sections sticking to the mixer), turn off the mixer and grab the hand shovel. Verifique que todos los REFRACTARIO se mezcla (sin secciones secas se pegue a la mesa de mezclas), apague la batidora y agarrar la pala de mano. Pour the refractory mix into the first layer of the Back Wall form. Be sure you firmly pack the refractory into every corner and joint. Verter la mezcla refractaria en la primera capa de la forma de la pared trasera. Asegúrese de empacar el material refractario firmemente en todas las esquinas y las articulaciones. As you continue to fill the form, occasionally LIGHTLY tap all 4 sides of the foam form with the rubber mallet. A medida

que continúe para llenar el formulario, de vez en cuando toca los 4 lados de la forma de espuma con el mazo de goma. Fill the foam form until it is even / parallel With the foam form. Trowel smooth Llene el formulario de espuma hasta que se empareje / paralelo con la forma de espuma. Llana lisa. 2014 BrickWood Ovens / US & International Patents Pending Cortile Barile Oven Installation Instructions | 14 STEP A-19 STEP A-18 STEP A-17 On the Front Wall form, firmly pack the refractory into the first layer of the foam form. En la forma de la pared frontal, empacar firmemente el refractario en la primera capa de la forma de espuma. Pack the refractory until it is level / parallel with the top of the foam form. Don’t forget to tap the sides of the form with your mallet during this step! Empaque el refractario hasta que esté nivelada / paralelo con la parte superior de la forma de espuma. No te olvides de aprovechar los lados del formulario con su mazo durante este

paso! Great Job! You are halfway done building your oven! Now open Box 2. but remember DO NOT REMOVE THE FOAM FROM BOX 2! ¡Buen trabajo! Usted está a medio camino hecho la construcción de su horno! Ahora abra el recuadro 2 . pero recuerda NO QUITE LA ESPUMA DE BOX 2! STEP A-20 Begin by filling the CENTER slot with (1) bucket of refractory from the 2-Gallon bucket. DO NOT EXCEED 1 BUCKET OF REFRACTORY! Comience llenando la ranura central con (1) cubo de refractario de la cubeta de 2-galones. NO EXCEDA 1 CUCHARA DE REFRACTARIO! 2014 BrickWood Ovens / US & International Patents Pending Cortile Barile Oven Installation Instructions | 15 STEP A-21 Firmly pack the Refractory with the 2” x 4” x 4’. PACK SLOWY YET FIRMLY! DO NOT LEAVE ANY AIR POCKETS! Apisone la refractaria con los 2" x 4" x 4”. PAQUETE SLOWY PERO CON FIRMEZA! NO DEJE LAS BOLSAS DE AIRE! FILL ALL 3 SECTIONS AT THE SAME LEVEL STEP A-22 Fill BOTH Side Wall sections with (2) buckets

of refractory. DO NOT EXCEED 2 BUCKETS OF REFRACTORY! Llene cualquiera de las secciones de pared lateral con (2) cubetas de refractario. NO EXCEDA 2 CUCHARA DE REFRACTARIO! 2014 BrickWood Ovens / US & International Patents Pending Cortile Barile Oven Installation Instructions | 16 STEP A-26 STEP A-25 STEP A-24 STEP A-23 FIRMLY PACK the refractory then repeat Steps A22 & A23 on the OPPOSITE SIDE. Fill and Pack each side and ALTERNATE SIDES as you work your way up. FIRMEMENTE Pack el refractarios repita los pasos A22 y A23 en el LADO OPUESTO. Llenar y Paquete cada lado y LADOS ALTERNOS como usted trabaja su manera para arriba. Trowel Smooth. That’s it! You’re done! Go clean your tools! Llana lisa. ¡Eso es todo! ¡Ya está! Ve a limpiar sus herramientas! ALLOW THE OVEN 7 DAYS TO DRY!! DEJE QUE EL HORNO SE SEQUE DURANTE 7 DÍAS!! Now it’s time to build the base. Be sure to download the directions for the Cortile Barile Oven from the BrickWood Ovens

website! (47” X 56” Insulated Base Instructions) Ahora es el momento de construir la base. Asegúrese de descargar las instrucciones Para el horno Barile Cortile de la página web BrickWood Ovens! (47 "x 56" Con Aislamiento Instrucciones de Base) 2014 BrickWood Ovens / US & International Patents Pending Cortile Barile Oven Installation Instructions | 17 Installation Instructions & Materials List for the – 47” x 56” Insulated Base Let’s build a wood-fired oven! First, we will need to start with an oven base. This packet includes a list of materials you will need to build the insulated oven base and step-by-step installation instructions. This Base is Designed for the Following Ovens – 30” Cupola, Cortile Barile & Mattone Barile w/ CFB Materials Shopping List Tools Needed ( *Indicates pre-adjusted for 8% overage recommendations) 14 30 20 6 1 1 1 35 5 15 4 9 9 5 5 1 1 2 80lb Bag of 5000PSI Concrete Mix* 60lb Bag of Standard Concrete

Mix* (Base Slab) 60lb Bag of Standard Concrete Mix* (Core Fill) 60lb Bag of Standard Mortar Mix* 60lb Bag of Portland Cement 4 CuFt Bag of Vermiculite or Perlite 1.5 CuYd of Crushed 3/4” – 1” Gravel* 8” x 8” x 16” Block 8” x 8” x 8” Block Rebar – 15” x ½” Rebar – 24” x ½” Rebar – 36” x ½” Rebar – 44” x ½” Rebar – 48” x ½” Rebar – 56” x ½” Package of Rebar Wire 2” x 24” x 8’ EPS Foam Sheeting (Styrofoam) Wheelbarrow Shovel(s) 5lb Mallet Hammer Caulking Gun 4’ Level Respirator Wire Cutter Tape Measure Circular Saw Hand Tamper Rubber Gloves 5 Gallon Bucket(s) Framing Square Masonry Trowel Safety Glasses 4” Blade Utility Knife Construction Sponge Angle Grinder w/ Metal Cutting Blade (rebar) (INCLUDED WITH THE CORTILE BARILE KIT) 2 4’ x 8’ x 7/16” OSB (or Plywood) 2” x 4” x 8’ Stud (1.5” x 35” x 8’) 7 2” x 6” x 10’ Stud (1.5” x 55” x 10’) 3 1 1 2 1 4 1 2” x 2” x 24” Wood

Stakes (6 per Bundle) 1lb. Box of 4D – 15” Nails (or similar size) 1lb. Box of 10D – 3” Nails (or similar size) 10oz General Purpose Adhesive (Liquid Nails) 9’ x 12’ Plastic Sheeting - 2 Mil Rebar Covers (or old tennis balls) Marker, Pencil or Stick of Chalk (Only Use Straight Studs – NO bends!) (Only Use Straight Studs – NO bends!) 2013 BrickWood Ovens LLC / PATENTS PENDING 47” x 56” Base - Installation Instructions | 1 What you need to know BEFORE you build your 47” x 56” Insulated Oven Base READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE YOU BUILD – We worked very hard to bring you the most through, yet simplistic set of DIY wood-fired oven and base instructions on Planet Earth! We HIGHLY encourage you to read both sets of directions before you tear open your first bag of cement. or at least look at the pictures (guys) Placement of Oven – First and foremost, ALL BrickWood Ovens are for OUTDOOR & NON-COMMERCIAL USE ONLY! Secondly, the placement of your oven

really depends on your local building codes. Many codes & HOA’s state that all “solid-fuel burning devices” be placed within “X” number of feet from any structure. Before you build your oven, check with your local municipalities and/or HOA’s to verify you build to the standards of your code. In addition, you must remember that no wood burning oven manufacturer can guarantee 100% smoke capture. For this reason, we do not recommend placing your BrickWood Oven within 5 feet of any ceiling or covered structure. We also recommend leaving a distance of 3 feet between the oven and any structure like walls, fences, trees, etc. Also, make sure that the front / opening of your oven faces the direction of the oncoming wind. If the wind hits the rear of the oven, it can create a small vacuum which will pull the smoke out the front of the oven. Oven Height – Our oven bases are designed with 8” x 8” x 16” block that is 5 layers in height. This common dimension allows any oven

user (of average height) the ability to insert, rotate and remove food at a comfortable level. BUT, if the end user is below 5’ 8”, we would recommend building your oven base 4 rows in height. This will bring the oven down to a more comfortable level. Also, the height of the 8” x 8” x 16” blocks has zero effect on the performance of the oven If you want to raise your oven by 10 layers (10 blocks in height) so you can use it on an elevated patio or deck, that would be okay. Just be sure to use plenty of rebar and fill every core with rebar with cement. If you are going above 5’ in height, have your oven base designed (or signed-off) by a structural engineer. Weight of the Base & Oven – As you can imagine, a completed base and oven is heavy. Very heavy! The base will weigh about 2500lbs and the oven will weigh about 1000lbs. Due to the extreme weight of the oven, we do not recommend building your oven on an existing concrete patio or paver patio. Neither of these

surfaces are designed for the excessive weight of ANY wood-fired oven. When building an oven, be sure to prepare the base in accordance with your local building codes and use plenty of rebar in the base slab. Building your Base Slab to the Frost Line - Several cold-weather states require the base slab to be built to the Frost Line. We highly recommend that you check your local building codes prior to construction for frost line depth dimensions and installation requirements for your area. Our base instructions DO NOT showcase how to build to the frost line Dry Stacking Block vs. Mortaring Block – Yes, it looks easy and time efficient, but dry stacking block (and getting a smooth / level finish) is more difficult than meets the eye. We recommend mortar between block layers as making adjustments (vertical & horizontal) is easier with mortar than making adjustments on dry stacked blocks. Using Hardscape Blocks instead of 8”x8”x16” Blocks – Hardscape blocks can be used

instead of 8”x8”x16”’s. While we don’t provide detailed directions on stacking this type of block (think Lego’s), the same stagger method applies when layering the hardscape blocks. This method does not use rebar, so be sure to use a thin layer of mortar between layers ® You can also use an adhesive like Liquid Nails Landscape Adhesive (or Loctite PL), but make sure it contains polyurethane so it can withstand years of seasonal weather. Filling the Block Cores – While filling every block core that has rebar is REQUIRED, filling the entire bottom row of block cores is RECOMMENDED. And filling every block core on all 5 layers would make your base bomb-proof! If you want to fill all block cores, you will need to double the amount of “Core Fill” bags on the Materials Shopping List. Lots of Rebar – We recommend more rebar than is needed to build a pizza oven. But at the same time, rebar is cheap and using additional rebar makes your oven base stronger and safer. Modular

Hearth Slab vs. Monolithic Slab – The first thing you will notice about our recommend construction for hearth slabs is the fact we suggest you make them in sections. on the ground upside down We created this method for several reasons: • • • Fool Proof Construction: ANYBODY can build a wood frame box for the concrete slabs to shape and dry while the construction of a single monolithic slab frame is very complicated and is not DIY friendly! Faster Construction Time: The slabs are drying while you are building the base. Once the base is dry, simply mortar the dry hearth slabs on top and continue construction. No waiting for the slab to dry before next step! Insulation Layer is built INTO the Single Slab: Not on two separate layers like the monolithic slab. 2013 BrickWood Ovens LLC / PATENTS PENDING 47” x 56” Base - Installation Instructions | 2 What is Vermiculite & Perlite? Both items are natural minerals that can double in size when heated and are used

worldwide for retaining heat in wood-fired ovens. They are used in everything from brakes to potting soil! It can be elusive to find, but most construction supply stores carry 4sf bags. You can also try Plant Nurseries as they sell bags for gardening since both minerals have excellent moisture retention properties! SAFTEY FIRST!! WEAR GLASSES, RESPIRATOR & GLOVES AT ALL TIMES!! Sunscreen is optional. Metric vs. Standard – The measurements in our directions are shown using the Standard measurement system If you are outside of the US, you will need to convert the measurements to Metric. This can easily be done by visiting our conversion page at: www.BrickWoodOvenscom/Conversion Have Fun! That’s an Order! Anyone can buy a pre-built oven. and anyone can BUILD an oven! We have taken all of the guess-work out of building your wood-fired oven and base. All you have to do is follow our step-by-step instructions and you will be hosting your first pizza party in no time! Don’t worry

about mistakes – masonry is very forgiving. If you do make a mistake, simply wipe off any wet mortar and try again. If it takes 3 times to get it right, it takes 3 times no worries!! You just learned how to do it right for the next time! One last note before you get started. If you have kids, be sure to let them help in the construction of the oven Your new oven will last for many, many years and as the time passes quickly (as we all know it does), you and your kids will always remember the fun you had building the oven together as a family. There are no mistakes when building your oven and if an “uh-oh” does occur, just remember that it can easily be fixed with mortar! 2013 BrickWood Ovens LLC / PATENTS PENDING 47” x 56” Base - Installation Instructions | 3 STEP 4 STEP 3 STEP 2 STEP 1 Cut the rebar to size and set aside. Many stores that sell rebar can cut the rebar to size for you. Cortar la barra de refuerzo a la medida y dejar de lado. Muchas tiendas que vende

n barras de refuerzo puede cortar la varilla a medida para usted. Trim both sheets of OSB board to 50”W x 21.5”D Make 3 of each Cortar dos hojas de OSB en 50”W x 21.5”D Hacer 3 de cada uno Frame both trimmed sheets of OSB with the 2” x 6” x 8’ (1.5” x 55” x 8’ ) studs and 3” nails Be sure to keep the 6” section vertical. Encuadre las dos secciones de OSB de 2" x 6" x 8’ (1.5" x 55" x 8’) pernos Asegúrese de mantener las 6" vertical sección. Using the 1.5” nails, attach the OSB to the frame Make 3 of each Con los 1.5” clavos, conecte el OSB a la estructura STEP 5 Hacer 3 de cada uno Cut either end of the 2” Foam Board to 27” x 18.5” Make 1 of each Cortar los extremos de la 2 "tablero de la espuma de 27" x 18.5" STEP 6 Hacer 1 de cada Cut either end of the 2” Foam Board to 27” x 8.5” Make 2 of each Cortar los extremos de la 2 "tablero de la espuma de 27" x 8.5" Hacer 2 de cada uno

2013 BrickWood Ovens LLC / PATENTS PENDING 47” x 56” Base - Installation Instructions | 4 STEP 9 STEP 8 STEP 7 Remove any protective wrap, stickers or foam coverings that may be on the foam. Apply a generous amount of General Purpose Adhesive on ONE SIDE of the foam section. Retire cualquier adhesivos o recubrimientos de espuma que pueda haber en la espuma. Aplique una cantidad generosa de adhesivo de uso general en un lado de la sección de espuma. CENTER the foam from STEP 5 left-to-right (as shown), then set the foam (adhesive side down) BETWEEN the 50” sides. El centro de la espuma de la ETAPA 5 de izquierda a derecha (como se muestra), a continuación, la espuma (lado adhesive hacia abajo) entre los lados 50”. CENTER the foam STEP 6 left-to-right (as shown) then set the foam (adhesive side down) AGAINST either of the 50” sides. Make 2 of each El centro de la espuma de la ETAPA 6 de izquierda a derecha (como se muestra), a continuación, establezca la espuma

(lado adhesivo hacia abajo) contra cualquiera de las 50” partes. STEP 1 11 1 10 0 STEP 1 Hacer 2 de cada uno All 3 sections should look like the diagram when properly completed. Todas las 3 secciones debe ser similar al diagrama cuando está correctamente completado. Place several heavy objects (like 8” x 8” x 16” blocks) to weigh down the foam boards while the adhesive dries. Allow 48 hours to dry! Coloque varios objetos pesados (como 8" x 8" x 16" bloques) para darle peso a los marcos interiores, mientras que el seco. Espere 48 horas para secar! 2013 BrickWood Ovens LLC / PATENTS PENDING 47” x 56” Base - Installation Instructions | 5 STEP 13 STEP 12 After 48 hours has passed, remove the heavy weights and draw several horizontal “FILL-TO” LINES 2” below the top of the wood slab frame. Después de 48 horas ha pasado, quitar los pesos pesados y extraer varias horizontales "FILL-a las" líneas de 2 "por debajo de la parte

superior de la estructura de madera de la losa. Make a rebar frame by connecting (3) of the 44” rebar with (5) of the 15” rebar with rebar wire. Make 3 of each Haga un marco de barras de refuerzo mediante la conexión (3) de los 44", barras de refuerzo con (5) de los 15", barras de refuerzo con alambre de barras de refuerzo. SUGGESTION Hacer 3 de cada uno STEP 15 STEP 14 We HIGHLY recommend renting (or borrowing) a 2.5 cubic foot cement mixer when building the base. You will be mixing a lot of cement and the mixer is a true time saver Also, your back & shoulders will thank you!! Simply Google Map “equipment rental” and your postal code. Several locations will be provided You will need the mixer for 1 week. On a FLAT surface (like a garage floor), Fill each frame with 5000PSI CONCRETE MIX to the “Fill-To” line. En una superficie plana (como un piso de la cochera), llene ambos marcos con MIX 5000PSI CONCRETAS PARA la "Fill-To" línea. Gently

place the rebar frame on top of the 5000PSI Concrete Mix. Center the rebar frame equidistant on all sides. Coloque con cuidado el marco barras de refuerzo en la parte superior de la Mezcla de Concreto 5000 PSI. Centre el marco varillas equidistantes en todos los lados. 2013 BrickWood Ovens LLC / PATENTS PENDING 47” x 56” Base - Installation Instructions | 6 STEP 20 STEP 19 STEP 1 18 8 STEP 17 STEP 16 Fill the remainder of the frame with 5000PSI Concrete Mix. Use the rubber mallet to tap all sides of the frame to remove any air pockets. Llenar el resto de la trama con 5000 Mezcla de Concreto PSI. Utilice el mazo de goma para golpear todos los lados del marco para eliminar las bolsas de aire. Cut a 2” x 4” x 8’ in half and skreed the top of both frames from left to right. At the same time, pull back and push forward in sawing motion to remove excess concrete. Cortar el 2" x 4" x 8 en medio y skreed la parte superior de ambos marcos de izquierda a derecha.

Al mismo tiempo, tire hacia atrás y empujar hacia adelante en el movimiento de sierra para quitar el exceso de hormigón. Cover the slabs with plastic and allow to cure for 3 to 4 days. To cure properly, moisten each slab with water each day and recover with plastic. You will now build the base while the slabs are drying. Cubra ambos con bloques de plástico y deje que se cure durante 3 a 4 días. Para curar adecuadamente, humedezca con agua cada losa de cada día y recuperar con el plástico. Ahora vamos a construir la base, mientras que las placas se están secando. In your predetermined location, dig out the following dimensions for your oven base. 70”W x 80”L x 8”H Empieza con las siguientes dimensiones de la base del horno. 70”W x 80”L x 8”H Compact the ground with the hand tamper. You are done when the ground is rock hard and there is no loose dirt. Compactar el suelo con un pisón de mano. Usted está hecho cuando la suciedad es el rock duro y no hay tierra suelta.

2013 BrickWood Ovens LLC / PATENTS PENDING 47” x 56” Base - Installation Instructions | 7 STEP 2 23 3 STEP 22 STEP 21 Build the slab frame with the 2” x 6” x 8’ studs and 3” nails. Keep all boards vertical and attach the 59”L boards BEHIND the 55”L sections. Construir el marco de la losa de 2" x 6" x 8’ madera. Mantenga todas las juntas verticales y fijar las placas de 59"L detrás de 55”L secciones. Make a rebar grid for the slab by connecting (5) of the 60” rebar with (5) of the 48” rebar. Connect all rebar intersections with rebar wire. Hacer una red de barras de refuerzo de mediante la conexión (5) de los 60", barras de refuerzo con (5) de los 48", barras de refuerzo. Conectar todas las intersecciones con alambre de barras de refuerzo. Center the slab frame into place and secure the structure 3” – 4” off the ground with 2” x 2” x 24” wood stakes. Keep the supporting wood stakes at least ½” BELOW the top

of the wood frame. Centre el marco losa en su lugar y asegure la estructura de 3" - 4" fuera de la tierra con 2" x 2" x 24" estacas de madera. Mantener el apoyo a estacas de madera por lo menos ½" debajo de la parte superior de la estructura de madera. STEP 24 Level the frame horizontally and vertically. Be sure to use the measuring square to keep the frame base perfectly square. (TIP: to prevent water puddling, slightly lower the FRONT of the wood slab frame about 3/4” to the REAR frame height) Nivelar el marco horizontal y verticalmente. Asegúrese de utilizar la plaza de medición para mantener la base del marco perfectamente cuadrado. (Consejo: Para evitar el encharcamiento del agua, un poco bajar la parte delantera el marco de la losa de madera de aproximadamente 3/4" de la altura del bastidor trasero) 2013 BrickWood Ovens LLC / PATENTS PENDING 47” x 56” Base - Installation Instructions | 8 STEP 29 STEP 28 STEP 27 STEP 26 STEP

25 Fill the 3” – 4” void with crushed gravel to the bottom of the wood frame. Compact the gravel with the hand tamper then spray with water. Llenar el 3" - 4" vacío con grava triturada a la parte inferior del marco de madera. Compactar la grava con la aplanadora manual. Fill 1/2 of the wood frame with STANDARD CONCRETE MIX. Use the rubber mallet to tap all sides of the frame to remove any air pockets. Llene 1/2 de la estructura de madera con CONCRETE MIX STANDARD. Utilice el mazo de goma para golpear todos los lados del marco para eliminar las bolsas de aire. Gently place the rebar frame on top of the concrete mix. Center the rebar frame equidistant on all sides. Coloque con cuidado el marco de las barras de refuerzo en la parte superior de la mezcla de hormigón. Centro de la estructura barras equidistantes en todos los lados. Fill the wood frame with STANDARD CONCRETE MIX until it is level with the top of the frame. Use the rubber mallet to tap all sides of the

frame to remove any air pockets. Llene el marco de madera con MIX CONCRETO ESTANDAR hasta que esté a nivel con la parte superior del marco. Utilice el mazo de goma para golpear todos los lados del marco para eliminar las bolsas de aire. Use the last 2” x 4” x 8’ to skreed the top of the wood frame to remove excess concrete. Trowel smooth Utilice el último 2” x 4" x 8 para enrasar la parte superior del marco de madera para eliminar el exceso de hormigón. Llana lisa 2013 BrickWood Ovens LLC / PATENTS PENDING 47” x 56” Base - Installation Instructions | 9 STEP 30 While the concrete is still wet, hammer (4) of the 24” x 1/2" rebar into each corner as shown. Leave approximately 8” exposed above the concrete. 10” FROM EITHER CORNER – ALL SIDES Mientras que el hormigón está todavía húmedo, martillo (4) de la 24” x 1/2” barras de refuerzo en cada esquina, como se muestra. Deje aproximadamente 8" expuestas por encima del hormigón. STEP

33 STEP 32 STEP 31 10” DECADA ESQUINA - TODOS LADOS Cover all (4) exposed rebar with rebar covers. ALLOW SLAB TO DRY / CURE FOR 4 DAYS. Cubra todas las barras de refuerzo (4) expone con cubiertas de barras de refuerzo. PERMITEN LOSA SE SEQUE / CURE POR 4 DÍAS. After 4 days, remove the wood frame and check the slab for moisture. If the slab is still wet, allow another 2 days to finish curing. Después de 4 días, retire el marco de Madera y comprobar la losa de la humedad. Si la losa está todavía húmedo, permitir otros 2 días para terminar el curado. Once the slab is dry, fill in the void around the slab with dirt and repair and surface area. Keep surface area 2” from top of slab. Una vez que la losa esté seco, llenar el vacío alrededor de la losa con la suciedad y la reparación y el área de la superficie. 2013 BrickWood Ovens LLC / PATENTS PENDING 47” x 56” Base - Installation Instructions | 10 STEP 34 Place the block in the layout pattern leaving

3/8” gaps between blocks and mark an outline of the bottom layer with a pencil or Sharpie. DO NOT MORTAR THE BLOCK ON THIS STEP! Coloque el bloque en el patrón de diseño dejando de 3/8” brechas entre los bloques, dibujar y describir de la capa inferior con tiza. STEP 3 35 5 NO EL BLOQUE DE MORTERO EN ESTE PASO! Steps 33 - 43 require mortaring between blocks. Use A MINIMUM OF 1/4” – 3/8” MORTAR MIX between all blocks. Side-to-side / Tops and Bottoms. Pasos 28 - 41 requieren morteros entre los bloques. Use UN MINIMO DE 1/4” – 3/8” MEZCLA DE MORTERO entre todos los bloques. STEP 37 STEP 36 De lado a lado / Tapas y Fondos. Mortar the bottom of (1) 8” x 8” x 16” block and place it firmly and level on the left or right side of the slab, centered to the protruding rebar. Mortero de la parte inferior de (1) 8" x 8" x 16” bloque y colocarlo firmemente en la losa, centrado a la varilla que sobresale. Make sure you use the level for each block to

ensure it is level vertically and horizontally. THE LEVEL IS YOUR FRIEND! USE IT!! Asegurarse de que esté nivelado verticalmente y horizontalmente. EL NIVEL ES TU AMIGO! USO DE TI! 2013 BrickWood Ovens LLC / PATENTS PENDING 47” x 56” Base - Installation Instructions | 11 STEP 39 STEP 38 Mortar (3) of the 8” x 8” x 16” blocks STRAIGHT & LEVEL. Mortero (3) de los 8" x 8" x 16" bloques RECTA Y NIVEL. You’re doing great! Now turn the corner and bring it home! Lo estás haciendo muy bien! Ahora gira la esquina y llevarla a casa! STEP 40 When the last block is in place, make sure the bottom layer is level vertically and horizontally. (TIP: You can adjust height by adding or subtracting mortar between the next 4 layers of mortar). Cuando el último bloque está en su lugar, asegúrese de que la capa inferior es el nivel vertical y horizontal. STEP 41 (Consejo: Puede ajustar la altura añadiendo o restando mortero entre los próximos 4 capas de

mortero). It is PREFERRED that you fill in ALL the bottom block cores with STANDARD CONCRETE MIX. You MUST fill the marked cores for 36” rebar. See Diagram Es preferible que usted llene todos los centros del bloque de fondo con la mezcla de CONCRETO ESTANDAR. Usted debe llenar los núcleos marcados por 36 "barras de refuerzo. 2013 BrickWood Ovens LLC / PATENTS PENDING 47” x 56” Base - Installation Instructions | 12 STEP 42 Insert (10) of the 36” rebar into the center of the filled block cores. BE SURE TO FOLLOW THE DIAGRAM ON THE REBAR LOCATIONS! THIS WILL ENSURE THAT REBAR IS IN EACH BLOCK FOR ALL 5 BASE LAYERS! Insertar (10) de barras de refuerzo de la 36” en el centro de los centros del bloque llenas. NO DEJE DE SEGUIR EL DIAGRAMA DE LAS UBICACIONES REBAR! ESTO GARANTIZA QUE ESTA EN BARRAS DE CADA BLOQUE PARA TODOS 5 CAPAS DE BASE! STEP 43 Apply 1/4” - 3/8” of mortar on the bottom of an 8” x 8” x 8” block and place it on the OPPOSITE corner from

the previous layer’s 8” x 8” x 8”. (Tip: If you have any leftover crushed gravel, you can put it in the empty block cores as you build up. You can also put the empty concrete paper bags in there too.) Aplicar 1/4" - 3/8" de mortero en la parte inferior de un 8" x 8" x 8" bloque y colocarlo en la esquina OPUESTA a la de la capa anterior de 8" x 8" x 8". STEP 44 (Consejo: Si usted tiene alguna grava triturada de sobra, usted puede poner en los centros del bloque vacías a medida que se acumulan. También puede poner las bolsas de cemento vacías de papel en allí también .) Once the 2nd layer is complete, fill in all the block cores that have rebar with Standard Concrete Mix. Start the 3rd layer with an 8” x 8” x 16” block as you did on the first level. Una vez que la 2 ª capa es completa, rellene todos los centros del bloque que tienen barras de refuerzo con mezcla de hormigón. Inicie la 3 ª capa con un 8" x 8" x

16" bloque como lo hizo en el paso anterior. 2013 BrickWood Ovens LLC / PATENTS PENDING 47” x 56” Base - Installation Instructions | 13 STEP 45 Continue this process until the base is 5 LAYERS in height. Make sure you fill the block cores that have rebar on every level of the base. Allow to dry for 48 hours! Continúe este proceso hasta que la base es de 5 capas en altura. Asegúrese de llenar los centros del bloque que tienen barras de refuerzo en cada nivel de la base. STEP 46 Deje secar durante 48 horas! Mark the center of each side on the OUTSIDE of the base and apply a generous amount of mortar to the top of the base. STEP 47 Marque el centro de cada lado, en el exterior de la base. Aplique una cantidad generosa de mortero a la parte superior de la base. Remove the CENTER HEARTH SLAB from the wood frame and carefully set it on top of the base 2” VOID SIDE UP. Center the slab by aligning it with the center markers. Apply a thin layer of mortar on the

front and back of the hearth slab. Retire el HOGAR CENTRO DE LOSA de la estructura de madera y establecer cuidadosamente en la parte superior de la base - 2 "VOID SIDE UP. Centro de la losa alineándola con los marcadores centrales. Aplicar una capa delgada de mortero en la parte frontal y la parte posterior de la losa de solera. 2013 BrickWood Ovens LLC / PATENTS PENDING 47” x 56” Base - Installation Instructions | 14 STEP 48 Remove the FRONT and BACK hearth slabs from their wood frames and place them on the base as shown in the diagram. LEVEL THE SLABS VERTICALLY and HORIZONTALLY. Retire el FRENTE y losas de solera de vuelta de sus marcos de madera y colocarlos en la base como se muestra en el diagrama. NIVEL DE LA LOSA VERTICAL y HORIZONTALMENTE. INSULATION MIX The next step requires a 5:1 mixture. 5 parts Vermiculite to 1 part Portland Cement (5 Gallons to 1 Gallon). DRY MIX BOTH MATERIALS FIRST THEN ADD WATER. Blend to the consistency of thick oatmeal. You

don’t want too much water for this step. STEP 4 49 9 El paso siguiente requiere una mezcla 5:1. 5 partes de vermiculita y 1 parte de cemento Portland (5 Galones a 1 galón). Materiales seco Mezclar s primero y luego agregue el agua. Mezclar hasta obtener la consistencia de avena gruesa. Usted no quiere que el exceso de agua para este paso. Create the base insulation layer by filling the 2” void in the cooking slab with the Vermiculite / Portland Cement mixture. Pack firmly, screed off excess mixture and level smooth with a trowel. Crear la capa de aislamiento de base, llenando el 2" vacío en la con la mezcla de cemento Vermiculita / Portland. Embale firmemente, solado de exceso de la mezcla y el nivel de fluido con una paleta. 2013 BrickWood Ovens LLC / PATENTS PENDING 47” x 56” Base - Installation Instructions | 15 STEP 50 Cover the cooking surface slab with the plastic tarp and weigh down the plastic tarp with bricks. Allow the Vermiculite / Portland Cement

mixture 5-6 Days Drying Time! Cubra la losa de superficie de cocción con la lona de plástico y con un peso hacia abajo de la lona de plástico con ladrillos. Dejar que la mezcla de cemento Vermiculita / Portland 5-6 Días Tiempo de Secado! BrickWood Ovens 2950 Newmarket Street Suite 101-226 Bellingham, WA 98226 2013 BrickWood Ovens LLC / PATENTS PENDING 47” x 56” Base - Installation Instructions | 16 HOW TO BUILD THE CORTILE BARILE STEP B-3 STEP B-2 STEP B-1 by BrickWood Ovens Make 2 piles of Standard Brick and spray with water until they are saturated. HINT: Place the better looking bricks in one pile and the not-so-hot bricks in the 2nd pile. Mortar the better looking brick on the front half of your base. Haga 2 pilas de ladrillos estándar y spray con agua hasta que se saturan. SUGERENCIA: Coloque los mejores ladrillos que buscan en una pila y los ladrillos no tan caliente en la segunda pila. Mortero del ladrillo mejor aspecto en la mitad delantera de su base .

STARTING ON THE BACK OF THE SLAB, Mark the location of the CENTER of the slab and work from the inside to the outside. Mortar the longest side and bottom of the longest side of each brick with MORTAR and place each brick 3/8” apart (3/8” JOINTS). MORTAR ALL BRICKS VERTICALLY ON THEIR SIDES!! ARRANQUE EN LA PARTE POSTERIOR DE LA LOSA, Marque la ubicación del centro de la losa y trabajar desde el interior hacia el exterior. Mortero el lado más largo y la parte inferior del lado más largo de cada ladrillo con mortero de alta temperatura y colocar cada ladrillo de 3/8" de separación (3/8" JUNTAS). MORTERO TODOS LOS LADRILLOS EN VERTICAL EN SU LADO! Mark the CENTER of the FRONT SLAB and mortar the bricks from the inside to the outside using the high-temp mortar. KEEP LEVEL Remember to keep 3/8” joints between each brick (about the width of a pencil). Marque el centro de la losa FRONT y mortero de los ladrillos desde el interior hacia el exterior con el mortero de alta

temperatura. MANTENGA NIVEL. Recuerde que debe mantener de 3/8 "juntas entre cada ladrillo (aproximadamente el ancho de un lápiz). 2013 BrickWood Ovens / US & International Patents Pending Cortile Barile Oven Installation Instructions | 17 STEP B-6 ATTENTION!! STEP B-5 STEP B-4 Mortar the brick into place on both sides. If possible, allow this step to dry for 24 hours. Mortar the standard size brick from the OUTSIDE to INSIDE. Mortero el ladrillo en su lugar a ambos lados. Si es posible, permitir que este paso se seque durante 24 horas. Mortero del tamaño deladrillos estándar desde EL EXTERIOR hacia EL INTERIOR. Cover the INSULATED BASE slab with about 1” of ALL PURPOSE SAND. This sand is used to level the cooking surface firebrick with the firebrick frame. DO NOT USE SILICA SAND!! Cubrir la base con capa de aislamiento de 1” de toda la ARENA PROPÓSITO. Esta arena se utiliza para nivelar la superficie de cocción de ladrillo refractario con el marco de

ladrillo refractario. NO USE ARENA SILICA! - CRUCIAL MEASUREMENT In the next two steps, make sure that the cooking surface firebrick (tan shown) is PERFECTLY LEVEL with the firebrick frame (red shown). - MUCHO CRUCIAL – En los dos pasos siguientes, asegúrese de que la superficie de cocción de ladrillo refractario (tan ilustrado) está perfectamente nivelada con el marco de ladrillo refractario (rojo muestra). Place the FIREBRICK in a HERRINGBONE PATTERN*. Each firebrick should be level with the frame brick in height. Add or subtract sand if needed. DO NOT MORTAR FIREBRICK!! *Herringbone pattern is REQUIRED for surface! Pizza peels will slide smoothly across uneven firebrick when laid at this angle. Coloque el ladrillo refractario en un archivo diseño en espiga*. Cada ladrillo refractario debe estar a nivel con el ladrillo marco de altura. Sumar o restar arena si es necesario. NO MORTERO LADRILLO REFRACTARIO! *Patrón en espiga es OBLIGATORIO para la superficie! 2013 BrickWood

Ovens / US & International Patents Pending Cortile Barile Oven Installation Instructions | 18 STEP B-11 STEP B-10 STEP B-9 STEP B-8 STEP B-7 Fill in the remaining voids with firebrick. Cut to size with the miter saw or angle grinder using masonry blades. DO NOT FILL THE LOOSE JOINTS BETWEEN THE FIREBRICKS! You will do this on Step B-40. Rellene los huecos restantes con ladrillo refractario. Corte a la medida con la sierra ingletadora o amoladora angular con palas de albañilería. NO LLENE LAS JUNTAS SUELTOS ENTRE LOS LADRILLOS REFRACTARIOS! Lo hará en el paso B-40. After the oven has CURED FOR 7 DAYS, turn the Front & Back Wall forms over and open Box 2. Después de que el horno se haya CURADO DURANTE 7 DÍAS, girar el frente y parte posterior formas de pared y abra el recuadro 2. Remove the foam from all 5 pieces of the oven. Retire la espuma de todas las 5 piezas del horno. Remove all foam particles from each oven piece with a metal wire brush. Quite todas

las partículas de espuma de cada horno pieza con un cepillo de alambre de metal. Carefully place the Front Wall section about 9” from the front of your new base. Center from Left to Right. DO NOT MORTAR!! Coloque con cuidado la sección de pared frontal alrededor del 9 "en el frente de su nueva base. Centro de izquierda a derecha. MORTERO NO! 2013 BrickWood Ovens / US & International Patents Pending Cortile Barile Oven Installation Instructions | 19 STEP B-13 STEP B-12 Set the Rear Panel on the base about 32” from the front panel. Center from Left to Right Ajuste el panel posterior en la base cerca de 32" desde el panel frontal. Centro de Izquierda a derecha. Gently place both side panels on the oven. You do not need to place the top panel on (but you probably will to see how cool your new oven looks!) Coloque con cuidado los dos paneles laterals del horno. No es necesario colocar el panel superior. STEP B-15 STEP B-14 Use your mallet to tap all 4

pieces into a tight unit. Then use a piece of chalk, pencil or Sharpie® to mark a line around the entire inside and outside of your oven. Usa tu martillo para insertar las 4 piezas en una unidad apretada. A continuación, utilice un trozo de tiza, lápiz o Sharpie® para marcar una línea alrededor de todo el interior y el exterior de su horno. Carefully remove all (4) pieces and set aside. Retire con cuidado todas las piezas (4) y reservar. 2013 BrickWood Ovens / US & International Patents Pending Cortile Barile Oven Installation Instructions | 20 Apply a thin layer of High-Temp mortar to the marked FRONT & BACK section. The mortar should be around 1/8” – 1/4” thick. STEP B-17 Carefully set the Front Wall panel into place. Use your rubber mallet to tap into position. STEP B-18 Aplique una capa delgada de mortero de alta temperatura EN LA PARTE DELANTERA Y PARTE TRASERA marcada. El mortero debe estar alrededor de 1/8 "- 1/4" de espesor. Repeat

Steps B16 & B17 with the Back Wall. STEP B-19 STEP B-16 Place mortar on the marked section of the base AND on the flanges of the Front & Back Wall Panels. See Drawing Coloque con cuidado el panel de pared Frontal en su lugar. Utiliza tu mazo de goma para golpear a su posición. Repita los pasos B16 & B17 con la pared del fondo. Colocar mortero en la sección marcada de la base y en las bridas de la Paneles frontal y posterior de la pared. Vea Dibujo 2013 BrickWood Ovens / US & International Patents Pending Cortile Barile Oven Installation Instructions | 21 STEP B-20 STEP B-21 Place the second Side Wall panel into place. But we guess you already knew that was coming. Place mortar on the flanges on both Side Wall panels AND on the tops of both Front & Back Wall panels. STEP B-23 Gently place either Side Wall panel into place. STEP B-22 Coloque con cuidado cualquier panel de pared lateral en su lugar. Coloque el segundo panel de pared lateral En

su lugar. Pero supongo que ya sabía Que iba a venir . Coloque mortero en las pestañas de los paneles de pared lateral y en la parte superior e ambos paneles frontal y posterior de la pared. Gently place the top panel on. USE THE RUBBER MALLET TO TAP ALL (5) PIECES INTO A FIRM & TIGHT UNIT. Coloque con cuidado el panel superior. USO DEL MAZO DE GOMA PARA TODAS LAS PIEZAS TAP (5) EN UNA EMPRESA Y LA UNIDAD APRETADO. Steps B24 – B40 show the required 6” round exhaust with 9” exhaust pipe. These directions showcase the suggested DuraTech 6” x 9” exhaust kit. 2013 BrickWood Ovens / US & International Patents Pending Cortile Barile Oven Installation Instructions | 22 STEP B-27 STEP B-26 STEP B-25 B--24 STEP B Apply heat resistant adhesive on the bottom of the anchor plate. Apply liberally to ensure minimal heat loss. Our DuraTech kits come with a 10oz tube of heat resistant silicone adhesive. Aplicar el adhesivo resistente al calor sobre la parte inferior

de la placa de anclaje. Aplicar generosamente para asegurar la pérdida de calor mínima. Nuestros kits DuraTech vienen con un tubo de 10oz de adhesivo de silicona resistente al calor. Press the anchor plate into place. Presione la placa de anclaje en su lugar. Secure the 9” exhaust pipe to the anchor plate by simply twisting and locking the pipe into place. Asegure el 9" tubo de escape a la placa de anclaje simplemente girando y bloqueando el tubo en su lugar. Apply a 1/8” to 1/4” thick layer of Hi-Temp mortar along ALL OVEN JOINTS including all (4) sides of the anchor plate. Aplicar un 1/8" a 1/4" gruesa capa de refractario a lo largo TODAS JUNTAS DEL HORNO incluyendo todos los lados (4) de la placa de anclaje. 2013 BrickWood Ovens / US & International Patents Pending Cortile Barile Oven Installation Instructions | 23 STEP B-29 STEP B-28 Starting on the Back Panel of the oven, completely wrap the oven with (1) layer of 1” Ceramic Fiber

Blanket. Comenzando en el panel posterior del horno, envolver completamente el horno con (1) la capa de 1” manta de fibra cerámica. Trim the edges of Ceramic Fiber Blanket around the Front & Back Wall panels (as shown). DO NOT trim the blanket on the side panels. Recorte los bordes de la manta de fibra cerámica de todo el frontal y los paneles de la pared posterior (como se muestra). STEP B-31 STEP B-30 No recorte la manta en los paneles laterales. Lay the Ceramic Fiber Blanket along the sides of the oven so they meet along the top of the oven. Coloque la manta de fibra cerámica a lo largo de los lados del horno para que respondan a lo largo de la parte superior del horno. Wrap the oven with a 2nd layer of Ceramic Fiber Blanket. This time, you only need to wrap both Side Walls and the Back Wall. A 2nd layer of blanket IS NOT NEEDED on the Front Wall. Envuelva el horno con una 2ª capa de manta de fibra cerámica. Esta vez, sólo es necesario para envolver las dos

paredes laterales y la pared trasera. Una segunda capa de manta no es necesario en la pared frontal. 2013 BrickWood Ovens / US & International Patents Pending Cortile Barile Oven Installation Instructions | 24 STEP B-35 STEP B-34 STEP B-33 STEP B-32 Trim the blanket so you can lay the blanket over both Side Walls. Then trim the Back Wall blanket so the oven is uniform in blanket coverage. Recorte la manta para que pueda poner la manta sobre ambas paredes laterales. A continuación, cortar la manta pared posterior para el horno es uniforme en la cobertura de manta. Trim the opening of the oven so the blanket is roughly 3/4” from the corners of the top and sides. Recorte la abertura del horno para la manta es de aproximadamente 3/4" de las esquinas de la parte superior y los lados. With the remaining blanket, cut / shape enough blanket to run (2) layers of insulating blanket along the top of the oven. This will create a rounded shape when covered with stucco.

Con la manta restante, cortar / formar manta suficiente para correr (2) capas de manta aislante a lo largo de la parte superior del horno. Esto creará una forma redondeada cuando está cubierta con estuco. Wrap the entire oven with Metal Lathe (Chicken Wire). Use the Rebar Wire to tie each section of Metal Lathe together. The Lathe should be firm against the blanket – not too tight. not too loose Note: This step is actually easier than it looks. Envuelva el horno entero con metal Torno (alambre de pollo). Utilice el alambre para atar barras de refuerzo cada sección de metal Torno juntos. La rueda debe ser firme en contra de la manta - no demasiado apretado . no demasiado suelto Nota: Este paso es realmente más fácil de lo que parece. 2013 BrickWood Ovens / US & International Patents Pending Cortile Barile Oven Installation Instructions | 25 CLOSE CLOSE--UP STEP B-36 Trim the Metal Lathe so you can fold it inward 90 degrees and remain 3/4” from all sides of the

opening. Recorte el torno mecánico para que pueda doblar hacia adentro 90 grados y permanecer 3/4" desde todos los lados de la abertura. Fold the Metal Lathe 90 Degrees inward, but keep it 3/4” from the sides of the oven opening. You will be placing stucco in that 3/4” section. Dobla el metal Torno 90 grados hacia adentro, pero que sea 3/4" de los lados de la abertura del horno. Usted va a colocar en estuco que 3/4" sección. IN STEPS B37 – B41 YOU WILL BE WORKING WITH STUCCO. BE SURE TO READ THE MANUFACTURERS REQUIREMENTS ON MIXING, APPLYING AND CURING STUCCO AS THERE ARE SEVERAL STEPS TO PROPERLY WORK WITH AND APPLY STUCCO! STEP B-38 STEP B-37 Cover the oven with 1/2” of Stucco. Don’t worry if some Metal Lathe is showing, you will cover it with the next layer of stucco. Cubra el horno con 1/2 "de Estuco. No se preocupe si algunos Torno de metal está mostrando, usted lo cubre con la siguiente capa de estuco. ALLOW THE 1st LAYER OF STUCCO TO DRY

FOR 48 HOURS! PERMITEN LA CAPA DE 1 DE ESTUCO SECAR DURANTE 48 HORAS! 2013 BrickWood Ovens / US & International Patents Pending Cortile Barile Oven Installation Instructions | 26 B--40 STEP B CLOSE CLOSE--UP STEP B-39 Use the Construction Sponge to shape & smooth the 2nd layer of Stucco. Allow another 48 hours for the Stucco to dry, then finish the oven in your predetermined design. (See next page for Finishing Ideas) Utilice la esponja para dar forma a la construcción y suavizar la 2 ª capa de estuco. Permita que otras 48 horas para que el estuco se seque, y luego terminar el horno en su diseño predeterminado. After 48 hours has passed, apply a 2nd layer of Stucco. Make sure the Stucco is even with the opening of the oven. Después de 48 horas ha pasado, aplique una capa de estuco segundo. Asegúrese de que el estuco es aún con la apertura del horno. Pour the ½ of the 5lb bag of flour onto the firebrick cooking surface. Using your hand, spread the flour in

between the firebrick joints. Use just enough flour to tighten the bricks. Verter la mitad de la bolsa de 5 libras de harina sobre la superficie de cocción de ladrillo refractario. Con la mano, se extendió la harina en medio de las juntas de ladrillos refractarios. Use sólo lo suficiente harina para apretar los ladrillos. STEP B-41 Pick up your phone keyboard and announce – “THANKS TO BRICKWOOD OVENS, I JUST SAVED $2000 ON MY WOODFIRED OVEN BY BUILDING IT MYSELF!” Descuelgue el teléfono y el teclado y anunciar – "GRACIAS A BRICKWOOD OVENS, ME ACABA DE GUARDAR $2000 EN MI HORNO PIZZA POR CONSTRUCCIÓN DE TI MISMO!" 2013 BrickWood Ovens / US & International Patents Pending Cortile Barile Oven Installation Instructions | 27 - FINISHING THE CORTILE BARILE OVEN Once you have fully assembled your Cortile Barile oven, you MUST apply some sort of finish to protect the Castable Refractory from the elements. The finish can be as simple as a couple of layers of

paint on the Stucco shell or an elaborate housing that would make any true Italian proud! Before you even begin your project, visit your local Masonry and/or Building Supply and look through their various types of masonry veneers. Keep in mind, this oven will last for generations – make it awesome! Painted Stucco Finish Painted Stucco w/ Thin Brick Veneer Stucco Shell w/ Thin Brick Veneer Finish Complete Brick Oven Housing - BASIC TYPES OF MASONRY FINISHES - STUCCO BRICK VENEER 2013 BrickWood Ovens / US & International Patents Pending STONE VENEER NATURAL STONE Cortile Barile Oven Installation Instructions | 28 Once the BrickWood Ovens foam mold has been removed and the oven has had time to dry for 34 days, you can begin the firing process. This is probably the most important of all directions! The purpose of a slow cure is to ensure that all moisture in the firebrick and the mortar exits the oven slowly and evenly. Drying the oven too quickly can result in

moisture turning into steam and steam can possibly crack your castable refractory. DAY 2 DAY 3 Place 1 standard size firelog on top of dry kindling. Use paper to ignite - not chemical igniters. Place 2 standard size firelogs on top of dry kindling. Use paper to ignite not chemical igniters Place 3 standard size firelogs on top of dry kindling. Use paper to ignite not chemical igniters DAY 4 DAY 5 DAY 6 Place 3 standard size firelogs on top of dry kindling. Place 3 standard size firelogs on top of dry kindling. Place 3 standard size firelogs on top of dry kindling. Burn down to embers. Spread embers Burn down to embers. Spread embers Burn down to embers. Spread embers Place 1 firelog on the embers to ignite. Spread embers around cooking surface Place 2 firelogs on the embers to ignite. Spread embers around cooking surface. Place 3 firelogs on the embers to ignite. Spread embers around cooking surface. DAY 1 2013 BrickWood Ovens / US & International Patents

Pending Cortile Barile Oven Installation Instructions | 29 Properly heating the cooking surface is very important when using a brick oven. Simply building a fire in the center of the oven and pushing the embers to the rear of the oven will result in uneven cooking. When heating the oven, start in the front / center and spread the fire around the cooking surface for 60+ minutes. This will heat the entire cooking surface and will bring the oven to the perfect cooking temperature. Word to the wise - hold off on that pizza party until you have mastered your oven! 15 – 20 Minutes 20 - 45 Minutes 45 - 60 Minutes 60+ Minutes Only use dry, hard wood Split into small pieces Good size - 18” x 5” x 5” Spilt again for kindling Stack kindling front / middle Ignite Spread embers around Add 3 - 4 pieces of firewood Good burn - Feel the heat! Spread embers around Add more firewood Blazing Inferno!! Spread embers - Set 15 min Push embers to back Brush cooking surface

TIME TO COOK!!! 2013 BrickWood Ovens / US & International Patents Pending Cortile Barile Oven Installation Instructions | 30 First and foremost, we would like to Thank You for choosing BrickWood Ovens as your wood-fired oven provider! We know there are oven manufacturers a plenty, so having chosen BrickWood Ovens as your preferred wood-fired oven makes us proud! In our quest for Global DIY Wood-Fired Oven Domination, we do our best to make improvements based on our customers’ feedback. This is your opportunity to let us know your thoughts, ideas, comments, suggestions. whatever is on your mind after building a BrickWood Oven Your comments are VERY important to us, and we do take your comments seriously, so please take a minute or two and fill out the form below. You can then email, fax or mail the form back at your convenience THANK YOU! The BrickWood Ovens Family CUSTOMER INFORMATION SELECT YOUR OVEN MODEL MATTONE BARILE NAME

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