(PRWEB UK) 30 April 2013
The Stone Bake Oven Company who make and manufacture a range of wood burning pizza ovens in the UK, have passed Defra (Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs) Smoke Emission Testing with Flying colours. The Smoke Emission Tests relate to the Clean Air Act, which is a piece of legislation that affects the installation of solid fuel burning appliances, in an effort to reduce air pollution and smog in general.
With many UK cities falling within these smoke control zones, the Stone Bake Oven Company found it important to comply with government legislation, and bring wood fired cooking into homes and restaurants in every town and city.
Flying through the emissions tests, The Stone Bake Oven Company’s range of wood fired ovens emitted less than a third of the threshold of total emissions allowed, revealing the Stone Bake Oven Company’s range of commercial pizza ovens to be the most efficient and clean burning on the UK market.
Renown for their excellent pizza cooking abilities, the Stone Bake Oven Company’s Gio Oven range are capable of many cooking abilities including roasting, baking and more. Fast becoming the hottest cooking trend in the restaurant sector, wood fired ovens can also be purchased for installation at home, with the Stone Bake Oven Company’s range of affordable residential ovens.
The Stone Bake Oven Company's commercial pizza ovens use half the amount of fuel to run during a regular restaurant service when compared to other market competitors, saving establishments hundreds, if not thousands of pounds in running costs each year. For a convenient alternative to burning wood, the Stone Bake Oven Company also sell gas adaptation kits, for a gas only, or a wood and gas combination oven.
For further information on a range of residential and commercial pizza ovens simply contact the Stone Bake Team or visit http://www.thestonebakeovencompany.co.uk