Belleco - JPO-14 - 14 in Conveyor Pizza Oven

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14 in Conveyor Pizza Oven Features

  • Pizza conveyor oven
  • 16 1/4 in (W) x 60 in (Depth) x 19 7/8 in (H)
  • 1 1/2 in to 4 in product clearance
  • 14 in (W) conveyor belt
  • Stainless steel construction
  • Makes (14-16) 12 in pizzas per hour or (60) 5 in pizzas per hour
  • Forced convection baking
  • Infrared quartz heaters
  • 208V
  • ETL listed
  • Made in the USA
  • 1 year labor warranty
  • Conveyor Width: 14 in
  • Cooking Chambers: 1 Chamber
  • Placement: Countertop Model
  • Power: Electric
  • Product Clearance: 3 in

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  • Q:

    lenght of time to cook a frozen pizza

    how long to cook a frozen 15 inch pizza
    Asked on 12/27/2011 by leonard from canada

    1 answer

    • A:

      Cook times for the Belleco JPO-14 Conveyor Pizza Oven vary for frozen pizzas. First off, you mentioned you're trying to cook a 15" pizza. The JPO-14 will not accommodate a 15" pizza, as the conveyor is only 14" wide (best for 12" pizzas). If you're cooking a 15" pizza you'll want the JPO-18 (Tundra #BELJPO18).

      As far as cooking goes: I spoke with a Belleco representative and we discussed various frozen pizza possibilities. If your pizza is par-bake (partially cooked), it will take approximately 8-9 minutes. If it is a fresh dough pizza (not cooked at all) it will take approximately 10 minutes to cook. These times are approximate, as the oven would need to defrost the pizza before cooking, and it's best to keep a close eye on your pizza to make sure you don't overcook or burn anything.

      Answered on 12/28/2011 by Andrew Call from Boulder, CO
  • Q:

    what type of venting is required

    what type of venting is required with this oven
    Asked on 8/12/2011 by Anonymous

    1 answer

    • A:

      Units should be located so that the air around the fan motor intake under the unit, does not contain grease or steam and does not exceed 100°F.

      Answered on 8/15/2011 by Molly from Boulder, CO
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