q-matic ovens

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  1. mar1812

    mar1812 New Member

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    can anyone tell me about q-matic ovens and if they are as good as they are advertised to be
    thanks
     
  2. Anonymous

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    I have a Q-matic 36W, had for a little over a year.
    I think a great pizza can be bake on any oven
    I got the Q-matic primarily because it is quiet because i am in a trailer
    It bakes well, programming is sophisticated and simple to adjust.
    I have never had an inpingment oven, but I understad to change the bake you have to change the fingers which is hardware and it can be trickier.
    I have had no problems with mine.
    I bake on the 14 gauge black anodized disk that Q-Matic recommended.
    I know you can bake on other platforms, just need to adjust the oven accordingly.
    Q-Matic brought and oven to me to bake some of my pizzas on, they would probably do the same for you
    hope this helps, let me know if I can be of further help...
    be glad for you to come bake some of your pizzas on my Q-Matic,
    Otis
     
  3. pie2

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    I have a double-stack q-matic 36 that is 2 years old that I'm selling. PM me if interested or would like more info.
     
  4. mar1812

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    lets talk on the phone my home is 3155833579
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  5. George Mills

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    There are some who post here who are very satesfied with the Q Matic.

    We Have no clients useing them.

    I do not think many, if any, of the top groups use them.

    We often get calls from operators looking to sell that type oven, No calls that I recall by someone looking to buy.

    I have been told they bake a good pie when not busy but do not perform well when fed pizzas rapidly. Users can shed some light on that.

    George Mills
     
  6. Anonymous

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    George may be right on that.
    When I fill it full, I will niche up the temperature by 2 and add on 5 seconds to insure they are fully baked.
    I have not noticed them coming out different when fully loaded.
    The difference I have is in a pizza with many ingredients will take longer. My oven is programed fro 1, 2, and 3 topping pizza, the 5 and above need more time to fully bake. And the dough does not get as much "spring" when the pizza has lots of heavy toppings. I think this would be true wth any oven.
    I could see where the impingment ovens with the moving air may handle larger loads better. The Q-Matics are radiant heat, some may be the reason you do not see them in the larger volume places.
    Maybe you could find someone who has used both and get a better comparison.
    I have never used an impingment oven in my shop.

    Otis
     
  7. Anonymous

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    how much are you selling the q-matic oven and were is it located?
     
  8. George Mills

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    The ovens you ask about are possably sold by now

    Contact-- zahman55@yahoo.com

    He will have a couple for sale shortly

    George Mills
     
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    I also have a double stack Q-Matic 36 for sale. Used in one of our small locations (main menu not pizza) but we discontinued pizza. They were used about 8 months and have been sitting in my warehouse about 20 months.
     

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