Turn your passion for pizza into your profession with professional woodfired pizza ovens
Do you remember the best pizza you ever had that made you crave for more?
Remember that feeling of melted cheese stretching, slathering your lips as it breaks...The crust crisped to perfection! Tender, yet chewy... And the mouth-watering aromatic herbs and toppings seemingly blended in the pizza... That bliss of an experience totally justifies why no pizza lover likes to share his or her slice pizza with another person.
We know it’s too ‘cheesy’ but that’s how we like it!
Pizza is not just food, it’s an emotion. We believe making that perfect pizza is an art, and every artist thrives to spread his art to as many people as possible. So if you are passionate about making pizza and want the world to taste the magic of your hands then don’t wait up.
But remember, every artist is incomplete without his tools and getting the right tools is the first and foremost step for setting up your pizzeria.
Understand your forgery
The most important tool for forging a pizza is the pizza oven. The pizza oven affects the quality of your pizza to a large extent and determines the efficiency and economy of your baking, which is why you must have an inside-out understanding of your pizza oven. We at Pizza Ovens and More and always ready to help you out.
Which Commercial Pizza Oven Is Best
To make quality pizzas on a large scale, you must have the best commercial pizza oven to meet the need. There are basically four common types of commercial pizza ovens.
1. Brick Ovens.
2. Conveyor pizza ovens.
3. Pizza convection ovens.
4. Deck pizza ovens.
You can read more about all four types of ovens on our blog, 4 TYPES OF PIZZA OVENS THAT ADELAIDE USES TO MAKE PIZZA.
Various types of pizzas that should be on your must-try list!!
Although all four types of oven have their own uniqueness when we talk about the quality, flavour, and authenticity of the pizza, nothing beats brick ovens.
Among all 4 types of ovens, brick ovens are the most popular ones among the pizza enthusiasts. Built on the concept of the primary pizza ovens, brick wood-fired ovens are ideal for baking Italian vogue pizza that's authentic, rustic, and crispy.
If you wish to please pizza connoisseurs, you can’t fail with a wood-fired, brick pizza oven. The premise of a brick oven is the same as the ovens that pizza makers have been using for centuries. The construction elements used in making a wood-fired oven aids in cooking the pizza by employing a combination of convection, reflection, and conductive heat.
The dome allows convection heat to flow naturally, while the hearth conducts heat, and the dome reflects heat back to the pizza. The hearth and the dome are made from refractory bricks in a brick oven which can withstand high levels of heat.
Now it boils down to another aspect that needs to be considered while picking out the most suitable pizza oven for you, that is the volume of the pizza oven.
Pizza oven and More provides commercial pizza ovens in three different volumes:
You can pick out the most suitable volume for you as per your location and business requirement. And if in a pickle, don’t worry! We will assist you in making a perfect choice as well as the shape of your pizza oven.
How Pizza Ovens Work
Once installed, your oven is ready to bake pizzas. But before you start baking them, here is a quick process summary to help you understand how a brick pizza oven works
1. Brick pizza ovens are traditionally fueled by wood-fire, but gas and coal options are also available.
2. The oven may take hours to heat up during which hearth can reach temperatures between 400 and 600 °C.
3. Insulation traps the heat which keeps the oven heated for days. And at any given time, the temperature on the outside walls doesn't feel above 30-40 °C
4. This heat trapped inside the bricks in the walls of the oven is used to bake pizzas.
5. Depending upon the thickness of the crust of the pizza as well as the number of pizzas in the oven, cooking may take anywhere between 90 seconds to 5 minutes.
6. The trapped heat and ashes inside the pizza oven give a smoky flavour to the pizza.
The most important thing to keep is that these are just instructions. Even though we provide a thermometer installed at the oven door, It still takes several bakes before you start to get a hang of this oven. Trust us, it is honey, but you will have to work for it.
Commercial Pizza Oven Kits
If you feel like assembling your own Commercial wood/gas-fired pizza oven, we have got you covered. Our DIY commercial oven kits enable you to create superior quality ovens based on a variety of choices.
Our commercial pizza ovens heat faster and hold it for longer than regular commercial pizza ovens. They can attain temperatures of more than 1000 degrees, all thanks to a proprietary blend of commercial-grade refractory cement. The combination of alumina, silica and stainless-steel fibres throughout the entire mixture helps prevent problems like cracking, expansion, and thermal shock, therefore giving a long life to all of our commercial ovens created through our DIY commercial oven kits.
Wood/gas-fired pizza ovens of Pizza Ovens and More are unmatchable when it comes to baking an authentic pizza with the best flavour. You can either hire us to install one for you or you can use our easy to assemble commercial pizza oven kits to assemble one for yourself.