Bagel Oven

Woodstone BAGELOVEN

 
If your operation requires a large amount of cooking space without sacrificing power and reliability, check out Wood Stone's Bagel Oven (90-112) - the world's largest manufactured stone hearth oven.

Bagel Oven (90112) Product Details

If your operation requires a large amount of cooking space without sacrificing power and reliability, check out Wood Stone's Bagel Oven (90112) - the world's largest manufactured stone hearth oven. Designed as a high production bagel oven, the Fire Deck 90-112 has 45 square feet of cooking surface - enough to produce 450-500 5-inch bagels an hour! Featuring three radiant flame burners and an underfloor infrared burner, the Wood Stone Bagel Oven has enough firepower to keep up in even the highest demand scenarios. A 57-inch wide doorway provides spectacular views of the cooking in the chamber. Although it was built with bagels in mind, this oven is also fantastic for pizzas, breads, entrees, and appetizers.




Installation Info

This information is provided to assist in safe and functional installation of Wood Stone Fire Deck (Bagel) ovens. Above all, the oven must be installed in accordance with all relevant local and national codes, and in a manner acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction. We recommend our Fire Deck ovens be moved/installed using a forklift, pallet jack, or crane. Please visit our Oven Design & Installation page for additional details.


Freight Weight Info

NOTE: Due to the size and weight of this oven, it requires a flatbed carrier. Please call 360.650.1111 with questions.

15.3 m
540 ft
11,500 lbs.
5,216 kg.
Required Forklift: 2,600 lbs.
Required Fork Length: 8 ft.
Freight Class: 85
Crated Dims (inches): L=98, *W=112, H=85

*Forklift Access Dimension

Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.

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