Perfect pizza, after perfect pizza, after perfect pizza . . . .
New Sirman Aetna electric pizza ovens from FEM for consistently great pizzas all day long
For those wanting to serve good pizzas throughout the day but who don’t want the hassle of wood-fired ovens, electric pizza ovens are the answer. The new Sirman Aetna electric pizza ovens, now available from FEM (Foodservice Equipment Marketing), are the perfect oven for operators producing high quantities of pizza over a long serving period quickly and consistently. Suitable for cooking all types of pizza, Aetna offers all the features of a modern pizza oven. They are available as a single or double-deck oven, cooking up to six pizzas in just 3.5 minutes.
Easy and intuitive touch electronic controls with separate temperature control for the upper and lower heating elements give consistent heating to a maximum temperature of 450°C. An electronic air vent prevents excess moisture build-up, while an Eco program lowers power consumption.
Quick temperature recovery between batches speeds up production while the flexible programming can adapt to different recipes and dough. Recipes can be uploaded via USB or remote programming with the oven holding up to 99 different programs, including weekly planning. Even and uniform heat distribution across the bottom of the Aetna crispens the pizza bases just like those from traditional wood-fired ovens, without burning.
The ovens’ strong durable construction with corrosion-resistant aluminised steel interiors, zinc-plated steel holding frame and inner holding casing made from galvanised steel means they can be stacked to increase throughput in busy sites. Interior lighting gives a clear view of the cooking pizzas.
The single-deck Aetna oven has a cooking chamber of 105 x 70cm fitting six 33cm round pizzas or two 60 x 40cm trays with a power spec of 11.4kw, while the double-deck oven holds twice the capacity. Both models are covered by a one-year parts and labour warranty. Optional proofing chamber with thermostat and hood sold separately.