Pizza oven insulation is a critical component in the construction of pizza ovens, playing a key role in retaining and distributing heat efficiently. Insulation helps to minimize heat loss and ensures that the oven maintains high and consistent temperatures for an extended period. In pizza ovens, the insulation is typically applied between the oven’s inner and outer layers over the Oven Dome and under the Oven Floor. Common insulation materials include ceramic fiber blankets, refractory cement using either Perlite or Vermiculite, or a combination of both. The insulation layer helps to create a thermal barrier, preventing heat from escaping and allowing the oven to reach and sustain the high temperatures required for baking pizzas. Well-insulated pizza ovens not only enhance energy efficiency but also contribute to the even distribution of heat within the cooking chamber, resulting in well-cooked and consistent pizzas. The quality of insulation is a crucial factor in the performance of pizza ovens, influencing their ability to retain heat and provide an optimal cooking environment.