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Dec 01, 2012
Is this a great oven for doing resale frozen pizza in our rv park. If so how many 14 inch pizzas can be cooked in an hour? Thank you
Hello, this oven could work well for your intended purpose. This model is listed as being able to cook 14-16 12" pizzas per hour, or 56-60 5" pizzas per hour. Unfortunately there is not a listing for 14" pizzas. Thank you!
By: koa becky
Jan 10, 2013
Do you cook the frozen pizza according to the package directions if not how long would you recommend the frozen pizza be cooked for in this oven?
Hi. Cook according to the directions, such as temperature and time. Then adjust accordingly. Please refer to the manuals in the "Literature" tab for more information. Here is a snippet from it that talks about operating the unit: "Baking in these units is a combination of heat and belt speed. Some foods may require more top
heat or visa versa; other foods may require low top and bottom heat and slow belt speeds. Every
product should, therefore, be tested using the separate top & bottom controls and the variable speed
control to arrive at the correct balance of heat and belt speed. When changing heat and or belt speed
setting allow approx. 5 minutes for the oven to stabilize itself at the new settings." Thanks!
Nov 12, 2013
Does this include both ovens that are shown in the picture?
Hello, this is just one oven. The picture is a representation of what the product looks like stacked, which it is able to do. Thank you!
Nov 17, 2014
Looking to use this to bake cookies. Is there any success with this? Can you set the speed of the belt and what is the maximum temperature this oven can reach?
Holman’s Proveyor ovens are designed to cook pizza, subs, cookies, fish, and more. It does have conveyor belt speed control. The oven temperature range is 200 to 500 degrees. Thanks!