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Thermodoor

Put the Thermodoor on your Outdoor Oven to seal off the baking compartment and have better control of the oven temperature. Slowly bake a delicious meal at a more consistent temperature.

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  • Pricing

     65.00

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    The price within the EU is €65 including VAT

    Outside the EU, you are exempt from the 21% Dutch VAT but import taxes might apply depending on the destination. Currency exchange rate depends on your bank and credit card company. 

    UK customs fees and import taxes are gathered by shipping companies (UPS, DPD) and are 20% of your purchase. 

    US import taxes apply for orders above US$1000 and are 3%

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  • Shipping price + Read More

    • Worldwide shipping
    • Shipping of the oven/firepit within the EU and UK is free of charge (This does not apply to other products and accessories)
    • Delivered to your front door within 2 weeks
    • want to know more, go to shipping and returns
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  • Materials + Read More

    Materials

    The Thermodoor & the handle are made entirely from a 3mm thick (0.12in) corten steel sheet.

    Corten is a steel alloy that forms a protective layer of rust on its surface. When you order the Thermodoor, you will receive it without any rust. As soon as you place your Thermodoor outside, where it will be subject to different weather conditions, the rusting process will set in. Depending on where you live, the process of turning from blank to rusty steel can take between a few months up to a year.

    The steel is meant to rust in order to form a protective coating. In the first phase of the rusting process, some flakes of rust might come loose, but this will stop after some time and the Thermodoor will get its final look.

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  • Fire & Smoke + Read More

    Fire & Smoke

    On the top of every outdoor oven, there is a little hook where you can hang the Thermodoor. In doing so, you close the opening of the oven, which activates the hidden chimney system. The hot air will still pass over the food, but instead of escaping through the front of the oven it will go up and over the top stone, then leaving through the two holes pierced in the backside of the oven.
    The Thermodoor is there to help you bake at lower temperatures, between 100 and 300°C. It keeps the heat in and shows what temperature you’re baking with.

    It is perfect for slow roasting different meats, fish, or vegetables. Also, many pizza styles are better prepared at lower temperatures.
    But be careful, don’t use the Thermodoor when you are stoking the flames for high-heat dishes, like steaks or Neapolitan pizza. When the flames are bigger, they need lots of oxygen as fuel.
    The same goes for the first 20 minutes of starting up the oven. Using the Thermodoor during the first 20 minutes will stop the oxygen intake and kill the flames, causing lots of black smoke and damaging your food as well the thermometer glass.
    So if you’d like a clean thermometer and a good relationship with your neighbours, use your Thermodoor wisely, and it will give you lots of joy and amazing wood-fired dishes.

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  • Assembly + Read More

    Assembly

    The Thermo Door consists of a metal door, thermometer, and a metal handle.

    You only need to screw the thermometer on to the metal door. No tools are needed. Assembly time is 30 seconds.

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  • Made in Holland + Read More

    Made in Holland

    I’m working closely with a third-generation steel company right here in the Netherlands. They make the plate for the Thermo Door and take great pride in doing so. Keeping the manufacturing local enables me to keep a close eye on quality making sure you can enjoy the best product possible. 

    Unfortunately, it’s impossible to have an affordable thermometer produced here in the Netherlands. But I’m happy to tell you I found a good and reliable partner in China. We have been working together for years and the results are great.

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Pricing

The price within the EU is €65 including VAT

Outside the EU, you are exempt from the 21% Dutch VAT but import taxes might apply depending on the destination. Currency exchange rate depends on your bank and credit card company. 

UK customs fees and import taxes are gathered by shipping companies (UPS, DPD) and are 20% of your purchase. 

US import taxes apply for orders above US$1000 and are 3%

Shipping

  • Worldwide shipping
  • Shipping of the oven/firepit within the EU and UK is free of charge (This does not apply to other products and accessories)
  • Delivered to your front door within 2 weeks
  • want to know more, go to shipping and returns

Materials

The Thermodoor & the handle are made entirely from a 3mm thick (0.12in) corten steel sheet.

Corten is a steel alloy that forms a protective layer of rust on its surface. When you order the Thermodoor, you will receive it without any rust. As soon as you place your Thermodoor outside, where it will be subject to different weather conditions, the rusting process will set in. Depending on where you live, the process of turning from blank to rusty steel can take between a few months up to a year.

The steel is meant to rust in order to form a protective coating. In the first phase of the rusting process, some flakes of rust might come loose, but this will stop after some time and the Thermodoor will get its final look.

Fire & Smoke

On the top of every outdoor oven, there is a little hook where you can hang the Thermodoor. In doing so, you close the opening of the oven, which activates the hidden chimney system. The hot air will still pass over the food, but instead of escaping through the front of the oven it will go up and over the top stone, then leaving through the two holes pierced in the backside of the oven.
The Thermodoor is there to help you bake at lower temperatures, between 100 and 300°C. It keeps the heat in and shows what temperature you’re baking with.

It is perfect for slow roasting different meats, fish, or vegetables. Also, many pizza styles are better prepared at lower temperatures.
But be careful, don’t use the Thermodoor when you are stoking the flames for high-heat dishes, like steaks or Neapolitan pizza. When the flames are bigger, they need lots of oxygen as fuel.
The same goes for the first 20 minutes of starting up the oven. Using the Thermodoor during the first 20 minutes will stop the oxygen intake and kill the flames, causing lots of black smoke and damaging your food as well the thermometer glass.
So if you’d like a clean thermometer and a good relationship with your neighbours, use your Thermodoor wisely, and it will give you lots of joy and amazing wood-fired dishes.

Assembly

The Thermo Door consists of a metal door, thermometer, and a metal handle.

You only need to screw the thermometer on to the metal door. No tools are needed. Assembly time is 30 seconds.

Made in Holland

I’m working closely with a third-generation steel company right here in the Netherlands. They make the plate for the Thermo Door and take great pride in doing so. Keeping the manufacturing local enables me to keep a close eye on quality making sure you can enjoy the best product possible. 

Unfortunately, it’s impossible to have an affordable thermometer produced here in the Netherlands. But I’m happy to tell you I found a good and reliable partner in China. We have been working together for years and the results are great.