Things to Consider When Buying a Pizza Oven
Conveyor ovens tend to be large and take up a lot of space. This might cause some issues for smaller pizza operations who have limited space to work in.
When you invest in a conveyor oven, you should also invest in some pizza screens and pizza pans. Using a deep dish pizza pan for your pie will help keep the shape as it runs through the belt. Thin crust pizzas should be baked on a pizza screen to ensure evenly cooked crust.
Due to the complexity and various moving parts of conveyor ovens, breakdowns tend to be a common occurrence. Even so, they require daily maintenance which includes taking it apart at the end of every day to clean its moving parts.
Contrary to popular opinion, countertop conveyor ovens generally don’t have the power to cook a fresh-dough pizza. At most, they can handle warming up a pre-cooked frozen pizza. If you’re looking to bake pizza and space is an issue, a countertop deck oven is the best option.