Effeuno Pizza Oven P134H 509 with Biscotto Clay Stone
Effeuno has been creating and handcrafting pizza ovens since 2007 in Italy with certified materials. They create top-quality professional pizza ovens for commercial and home use.
This Model P134H oven is perfect for a small business or for use at home. The compact oven heats to 509c/ 948f and cooks pizzas in 70 seconds. Because of its reduced dimensions, its energy consumption is low.
The beautiful Biscotto claystone is specially designed for this oven model. It is handmade in Italy. The developers' goal was to create the perfect baking base at the very high temperatures required for a Neapolitan pizza (509C/ 948f), guaranteeing absolute non-toxicity and health safety, as well as very low weight and relatively low cost.
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Fresh and frozen pizzas can be cooked in the oven, but why stop there, bread, cakes, biscuits, nachos to name a few bake beautifully in the oven as well!
- Model- P134H 509
- External dimensions: 54 X 59 X 27 cm / 21.26 X 23.22 X 10.63 IN
- Inner dimensions: 35 X 41 X 11 cm / 13.78 X 16.14 X 4.33 IN
- Electric Power Supply: Volt 230/50-60 Hz
- Net Weight: 22 Kg / 48.50LB
- Power: 2,8 kW
- Temperature Max: 509° C / 948.2F
- Thermostats: 2x509° C / 2x948.2F
- Cooks 1 13" /34cm at a time
- Cooks pizzas in 70 seconds
- Biscotto Clay Stone size: 40cm x 34.5cm 3.1cm / 15.74 x 13.58 x 1.2 IN approx, Weight: 6.5Kg / 14.33LB
Effeuno P134H is made of the highest quality stainless steel, it was used to make the baking chamber, cabinet, and knobs. The outer and inner pane of the front door is made of tempered glass, while the inside is made of ceramic glass with low thermal conductivity. All components used are made of the highest quality materials, capable of operating at very high temperatures. In addition, the outer casing maintains a low temperature during baking by forced ventilation and is equipped with a special seal to soft stop the door.
Effeuno P134H oven allows you to prepare a pizza in 70 seconds on a certified refractory stone base. In addition, the inner chamber is illuminated with a halogen lamp, so you'll see how your delicious pizza gets. The stove has two independent thermostats, so you can control the temperature of the lower and upper heater separately to facilitate the process of baking the pizza.
100% MADE IN ITALY
Ovens require 220v - 240v electrical supply. Check technical details or contact us for more information before ordering. The oven will be shipped on a pallet. Shipping is calculated at checkout. Overseas shipments please contact our customer service team for a shipping quotation- firstname.lastname@example.org
Instruction for Biscotto Stone-Before first use
The stone has a top side and a bottom side. The top side has the smoothest surface, while the bottom side can be somewhat rough.
Burn-In takes place by placing the stone in the oven and baking at half power for 60 minutes. Then let the stone cool slowly down to room temperature before you give it a second Burn-In, but now at full power, for 60 minutes. After this, the Biscotto stone is burnt-in and ready for use. Note: Burn-In may create smoke inside the oven, this is quite normal, simply open the oven door to release the smoke.
Cleaning and maintenance
Do not use soap and water. To clean simply brush the Hot Stone with a Brass Pizza Wire Brush. Avoid steel wire brush as it is too hard against the stone. Fine dust can be removed with a slightly damp cloth when the stone is cold.
Biscotto stone is not a perfectly carved stone
Due to the fragile nature of the stone, we do not offer any guarantee on the stones. This is standard industry practice. If your stove comes with a broken or cracked stone, you must contact us immediately.
Every Biscotto stone is individual and handmade and so you can expect to see creases, wrinkles, hay, sand, and many other imperfections in the claystone. This is the industry norm. The manufacturer will not exchange or replace stones that have minor damage it occurs naturally during manufacture. Because these stones are handmade, air-dried, and then oven-dried, it quite often results in imperfections and splits & creases along the edges. Such minor damage does not change the performance of the stone or the oven and is therefore not considered a defect.