I know it seems like I abandoned this project after receiving all of the great advice but I've just been so busy that I had to put this on the back burner.
I had some time today and thought I'd do a rough sketch starting with the baking chamber first. There's been a slight twist in my design which may or may not make logical sense so I'm going to throw the idea out there and hopefully get some constructive criticism.
After costing some of the items such as Digital Temperature Controllers, Thermostats, etc - I realized that these items are costly and seemed like an overkill for a small home oven yet I'm determined to make this oven robust and for a purpose so without these - I would be flying blind. I thought this through carefully and the idea popped in my head - what if I make the oven for Dual Purpose - Home use and Commercial. One day, maybe I could use it in a business or better yet - to host big family get together.
What I would like to propose is a baking chamber with a subdividing board. The Sub Dividing Board will most likely be Ceramic Board encased in Stainless Steel. When the board is slotted into the channeling of my baking chamber, it will result in 2 X Single Baking Chambers accommodating a 12" Pizza Each. Obviously, when I slot in the board, it means that I only want to use 1 X 12" portion of my oven so as to only bake a few pizzas. To accommodate for this, I will install elements for each chamber. When only 1 Chamber is in use, my controls will be setup such that the other chamber Elements will not power up. This way I will consume less power for smaller bakes. When the board is removed, then all Elements will be fired up so as to allow me use of the whole oven.Is my theory far fetched
This is Pizzamaking Forum and for the years that I have been here I've learned one thing - at PMF, you continuously exceed the limits even when it seems impossible so I really look forward to your feedback.
Pics attached are of the sketch - feel free to ask any questions.