Barrel Tandoor

Woodstone BARRELTANDOOR

Quick Specs

  • Type: Toaster Oven
  • Energy Star Rated: No
  • WiFi Connected: No
 
Featuring the same ceramic materials that made Wood Stone famous, the Barrel Tandoor is a high-tech, extremely durable update on an Old World classic.

Barrel Tandoor Oven Product Details

Featuring the same ceramic materials that made Wood Stone famous, the Barrel Tandoor is a high-tech, extremely durable update on an Old World classic. The Barrel Tandoor excels at delivering consistent, reliable heat, even under the highest production scenarios. It features a 12-inch opening with Skewer Indexing Ring, a handsome quartz-composite top, and is encased in a black (standard) powder coat finish that is fully insulated. Resting on 4 adjustable legs to allow for leveling, the tandoor also features a removable drip/debris pan beneath the unit for easy cleaning. It also includes an easy-to-manage gas flame, pilot safety valve, and a full ETL listing for safety and sanitation. For an updated take on one of the world's oldest cooking vessels, it's the Barrel Tandoor.




Installation Info

The Wood Stone Gas-Fired Barrel Tandoor must be installed with at least 1-inch side clearance to combustible construction. Install the unit on a non-combustible floor, or one provided with a non-combustible covering that extends at least 36-inches in all directions. Any combustible construction above (overhanging) the appliance should be protected in a manner acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction.


Freight Weight Info

1.6 m
58 ft
750 lbs.
499 kg.
Required Forklift: 2,000 lbs.
Required Fork Length: 42 in.
Freight Class: 85
Crated Dims (inches): L=46, W=46, H=47

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Making Naan Bread in a Tandoor Oven

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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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