Holman - 210HX - Miniveyor® Conveyor Oven w/ 10 5/16" Cooking Chamber

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  • Holman Miniveyor Conveyor Ovens
  • Quartz infrared heaters provide faster more consistent heating than traditional elements
  • Elements are located above & below conveyor belt allowing precise even cooking of products
  • Forced convection increases productivity by circulating pre-heated air in to oven chamber & keeps unit cool to touch
  • Conveyor belt speed control & top and bottom heat control enables different menu items to be baked in the same oven providing superior flexibility
  • Can be stacked one or two high with stacking spacer to conserve cooking space & include 2 1/2” adjustable legs
  • Product entry & exit are adjustable from 1 1/2” to 3” high for a wide variety of menu items
  • Removable load/unload area are 6 1/2” long for ease of product removal
  • Crumb tray removes for easy clean up
  • Produces 30 - 6” pizzas per hour or 26 - 9” pizzas per hour
  • Produces 45 - 6” pizzas per hour or 31 - 9” pizzas per hour at 208-240V
  • 36 3/8”W x 15 7/16”D x 14”H
  • Ovens are supplied with 4’ cord & NEMA plug
  • One year parts & labor warranty
  • UL listed
  • NOTE: After placing your order you will be contacted to specify the voltage/phase you need
  • Available in 120v, 208v or 240v single phase

  • Watts: 1,700/2,800
  • Conveyor Width: 10 5/16 in
  • Cooking Chambers: 1 Chamber
  • Placement: Countertop Model
  • Power: Electric
  • Product Clearance: 3 in

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  • Q:

    Does this unit require a type ll hood
    Asked on 3/21/2012 by Spike from Wa.

    1 answer

    • A:

      It depends on what you are going to cook in the oven and what the local fire codes are. I would suggest speaking to the local Fire department or building code inspectors to get clarification, but here are the general guidelines.
      Type I hood - a kitchen hood for collecting and removing grease and smoke.
      Type II hood - a general kitchen hood for collecting and removing steam, vapor, fumes,
      heat or odors.

      Answered on 3/22/2012 by Areomax from Far North BC Canada
  • Q:

    Can this be used as a cookie oven? How heavy is the unit? Is it easily portable:

    I'm also looking at the 6 pan convection oven. Could you answer the same questions for this product?
    Asked on 9/28/2011 by Anonymous

    1 answer

    • A:

      Yes, you can make cookies in a conveyor oven. This unit weighs approximately 38 lbs and is easy to move.

      I need the the model number of the other oven you are looking at to give you the information requested above.

      Answered on 9/28/2011 by Molly from Boulder, CO
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