Bertello Wood Burning Tray for Propane Gas Burner

January 20, 2020 - Comment

Napoli Wood Burning Tray for Propane Gas Burner. This patent pending wood tray allows you to cook with wood in your Napoli Pizza Oven while using the Napoli Propane Gas Burner at the same time. The gas burner slides into the specially designed wood tray, allowing you to put wood on top of the gas

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Napoli for Gas . This patent pending wood allows you to cook with wood in your Napoli while using the Napoli Propane Gas Burner at the same time. The gas burner slides into the specially designed wood tray, allowing you to put wood on top of the gas burner. You can quickly heat the with the propane gas burner (sold separately) then add wood for an authentic wood flavor.

Product Features

  • Use wood with your propane burner

Comments

Anonymous says:

The wood tray warped It installs easily, fire starts really quick. I was expecting a heavy gauge steel unfortunately it was thin. Thin enough to warp during my first pizza. The pizza came out great the first time then the second burnt on the edges because of hot ashes falling onto the stone because of the warpage. I used wood chunks. This could have been a great product if the steel gauge was heavier specially for the wood tray. I am including photos I took after it was warped. maybe, the unit I received is…

Anonymous says:

A must! We have had the Napoli for about 2 years now, and have used both propane with a makeshift shield and Wood. Propane was a bit hard to control burning of the edges and lacked the wood fired taste, and Wood was hard to keep the temperature high enough for multiple pizzas, and takes a long time to heat up and cool down. This accessory fit and worked perfectly right out of the box; definitely the best our pizzas have come out. Fast heat up, easy temp control, no burning, and using a larger block of…

Anonymous says:

Great product but no instructions. This is a huge game changer for the Napoli. The best of both worlds! The real value of this, however, is that the flame doesn’t directly hit the pizza. Before this attachment, my propane flame would ALWAYS burn one side of the crust so much that the piece of crust didn’t even taste good (everything else on the pizza was great, though).The reason for the 4/5 stars and not the perfect 5 is the lack of instructions for how to use the ding dang thing. It’s pretty common sense, so no…

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