American Metalcraft PS1416 Deluxe Baking Stone, 14x16-in, Cordierite

KaTom #: 166-PS1416 • MPN: PS1416
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Retail Price: $98.00
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American Metalcraft PS1416 Description

Standard Features and Benefits:

  • 14-in. x 16-in. x .53-in. thick
  • Made of Cordierite; a no lead fire brick material
  • Perfect for small restaurants and bars
  • Ideal where hearth baking is not possible
  • Keeps pizzas warm in heated display cases
  • FDA approved for oven use
  • Perfect thickness and porosity for heat retention

Deluxe Pizza/Baking Stone, 14" x 16" x 7/8" thick, no lead fire brick material (Cordierite), FDA

American Metalcraft PS1416 Specifications

Manufacturer American Metalcraft
Weight 10.20

American Metalcraft PS1416 Customer Reviews

  • 3.8 out of 5
  • 4 reviews
  • 5 Stars: (2)
  • 4 Stars: (1)
  • 3 Stars: (0)
  • 2 Stars: (0)
  • 1 Stars: (1)
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Judy said...
"I'm only giving one star because you can't send a review with NO stars. I just received the THIRD pizza stone from American Metalcraft (PS1416)...."

JP said...
"I've used this stone for making pizzas on several occasions. I haven't gotten into making bread with it yet. Seems like a good stone, very thic..."

Fifer said...
"I bake a variety of breads, at least once a week, and the occasional pizza. I plan to build a clay oven on my farm, but have used this stone sinc..."

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  • 3.8 out of 5
  • 4 reviews
  • 5 Stars: (2)
  • 4 Stars: (1)
  • 3 Stars: (0)
  • 2 Stars: (0)
  • 1 Stars: (1)
  • Even the THIRD pizza stone I received is cracked

    By on April 14, 2016

    "I'm only giving one star because you can't send a review with NO stars. I just received the THIRD pizza stone from American Metalcraft (PS1416). The first was a second, the second came with the corner broken off. The third HAS A CRACK, true a small one, but I am concerned that when I heat it to 500 degrees it will split!! What's with these people and their packaging. The second and third problems seem to be absolutely attributable to their packing. I'm heating it up today, and if it splits you will hear from me. Maybe a little crack (which I have photographed) doesn't matter."
  • solid stone

    By on June 13, 2014

    "I've used this stone for making pizzas on several occasions. I haven't gotten into making bread with it yet. Seems like a good stone, very thick, so I'm expecting a longer life out of it. There was a little bit of a learning curve when using this on the grill. It takes a good 40 minutes to heat up fully (in contrast with a thin stone at 15 minutes). I spent some time cleaning it due to this miscalculation."
  • Excellent choice!

    By on April 30, 2014

    "I bake a variety of breads, at least once a week, and the occasional pizza. I plan to build a clay oven on my farm, but have used this stone since February 2010 as a 'stop gap' Not sure that the clay oven could do any better! A very reliable stone. Yes, it does stain a bit but as another reviewer said it does not affect performance, and one can always clean it up a bit with sanding paper is desired. I have already recommended it to friends."
  • Excellent stone for Pizza and Breads

    By on December 27, 2009

    "This is an excellent stone for pizza, I put it in the oven at 450F for 20 minutes to preheat. The stone is excellent, I wouldn't use anything thinner -- the thicker stones are definitely very durable, I have broken thinner ones frequently. Don't worry about staining during use it doesn't affect the performance -- overall A+ product."
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