Sandvik’s Industrial Heating Expertise Creates The World’s Fastest Pizza

Hot pizza slice with melting cheese on a rustic wooden table.

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A slice of Pizza midweek sounds so dreamy.

To achieve a cleaner, safer and quieter working environment, many industries have begun to upgrade their heating technologies, replacing their gas furnaces with electric alternatives.

Unlikely as it sounds, this has led to an engineering business breaking the record for the fastest pizza in the world — which cooks in just 37 seconds.

While electric heating demonstrates clear benefits for applications such as aluminium and steel processing Kanthal, a world leading expert in heating technology and part of the Sandvik Group, has discovered one of its more unlikely uses. Advanced heating technology used in a bespoke oven that make the world’s fastest pizza.

In a typical home oven, a pizza will cook in around 10 minutes at a temperature of 200 degrees Celsius (°C). At a traditional pizzeria, a wood-fired oven can bake a Neapolitan pizza in as little as 90 seconds, at around 430°C. .

Based on the infrared heating principal, the company’s pizza cooker uses electromagnetic radiation to heat up the oven’s contents. The compact element-design, often referred to as porcupine elements, makes it possible to pack a large amount of power into a small space. For more information visit:

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