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can someone recommend me a small commercial oven for breads and bagels?

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koloatree

can someone recommend me a small commercial oven for breads and bagels?

the is blodgett, bakers  pride, and a few others. i would like to purchase a small electric single deck oven for breads and bagels and probably have it setup in my garage if its possble? is it possble?

 

thanks. 

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rcornwall

Yes its possible, but you need to have the correct electrical needs to meet a commercial ovens requirements. You need to consult an electrician about that. As far as a brand, any common brand name will do well. I have used sunstar, blodget, wolf and vulcan and have had great success with them all. Good luck!

rcornwall

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koloatree

a small deck oven with steam injection would be preferable right? id like to get a single deck like the ones panera bread has. any ideas on where to get one?

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koloatree

i came across this

 

http://www.doyon.qc.ca/html/en/products/bakery_ovens/stone_deck_ovens/1t.php

 

this looks just like what i am looking for.

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Ramona

I am not sure if this will help you or not.  But I came across different types of ovens in the Lehman's catalog.  There were portables, stove tops, etc.  Alot of their products that they sell are made by the Amish.   Most items in this catalog run by wood, gas, propane, kerosene, or solar, but some things are electric.   

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richmprice

Where are you located I have a blodget zephaire and a Garland convection oven for sale 1000 each and they are electric it is a great deal they both work great. I own a bakery in Richmond Va and I have 4 convection ovens but really only need 2 and I could use the space they are taking up.