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Home ovens and grills generate unwanted temperature fluctuations and hot spots, and food baking near the heating element gets hotter and bakes faster than food farther away. FibraMent baking stones are engineered from a patented compound that is designed to hold and transfer heat evenly across the entire baking surface. The consistent heat means crustier breads, crispier pizza crusts, and “even-bake” every time. And the beveled-edge feature makes the stone easier to move or lift. Unlike thinner stones that are prone to cracking, FibraMent professional grade stones are 3/4" thick making them highly durable and unlikely to break.

Family owned and hand crafted in the USA. Backed by 10-year warranty.


17 34" x 17 12" x 12"
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You can feel confident placing your food directly on a FibraMent stone. FibraMent is certified by the NSF, a global, independent product testing and certification organization located in the United States. The NSF mark is your assurance that FibraMent baking stones comply with all established standards and guidelines for safe contact with food. FibraMent is the only commercially available stone that has this certification.

FIBRAMENT PHYSICAL PROPERTIES:
Heat Transfer Rate: 4.63 Btu.in/hr.sq ft.°F tested to ASTM Standard C177-95
Thermal Conductivity, K: 6.52 BTU In./hr. sq ft./°F per ASTM C177
Heat Capacity: 1.01
Temperature Limit, Continuous Use: 1000°F