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OVENS, RACK & TRAY


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Five models offer 12 - 36 bun pan baking capacity. Precision heat control and high- efficiency insulation for maximum energy savings. Stainless steel front and two corners with stainless steel trim is standard. (A decorative finish is available.) Steam option available. Choice of expanded metal or solid steel trays. Ideal for all baking, roasting, pizza and bagel operations.


• 79" high, 88" deep (105) • 86" - 138" widths available • 160,000 - 400,000 BTU/hr. input


• LPG available • ETL, MEA, NSF • USDA available


• Automatic electric ignition, automatic pilot safety


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Designed for continuous production baking, with 18 models from 12 - 80 bun pan capacity in both direct and indirect firing system. Steam option available. Extra-thick insulation for energy-efficient operation; zero clearance to walls; front access for service. Stainless steel front and two corners with stainless steel trim. Heavy-duty construction handles virtually all baking and roasting needs.


• 100" - 143" high, 92" - 210" wide, 98" – 144" deep


• 320,000 - 800,000 BTU/hr. input • Solid state controls • LPG available • ETL, MEA, NSF • USDA available


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These compact, energy-efficient ovens are the answer to all your medium- to high-volume baking needs. Rack capacities from 10 - 52 pans. Built-in steam system ideal for any product, including bread, rolls, cookies and bagels. Can also be used for roasting. 100% stainless steel interior.


• SR-200-G: 104" high, 57" wide, 48" deep • DR-400-G: 105" high, 891


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• 200,000 - 300,000 BTU/hr., 1" - 11 connection


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• LPG available • ETL, MEA • USDA available


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Bake, roast or retherm in this versatile rack oven while operating in the ‘green’. Innovative, patented, energy-saving design preheats in less than 10 minutes, ensures even baking without rotating racks, eliminates a heat exchanger, and has a minimal footprint.


• 50" x 34" – fits through standard doorway assembled!


• 100,000 BTU/hr. • ETL, NSF


NU-VU Food Service Systems Roll-In Rack ovens are designed to provide very high volume baking in a minimal amount of space and with minimal labor. Available in both natural or LP gas, this heavy-duty oven is ideal for institutions, schools, hospitals, hotels, resorts or any facility that needs the advantage of a full rack production. With the NU-VU V-Air® design, there is no need to rotate pans. The oven’s compact design allows for installation under existing hood systems.


• Stainless steel construction • Solid door • Heavy-duty roll-in rack


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• Capacity: All with 4.125" spacing 12 - 18" x 26" sheet pans


24 - 13" x 18" sheet pans • 24 - 12" x 20" foodservice pans


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The Picard Revolution oven combines a steam baking system with moving trays, creating an oven capable of baking a bigger variety of products using less space and energy. It is much more versatile than a rack oven. Even though this oven is so powerful, it can fit into some very small spaces.


• 8, 12, 16, 24 and 32 pan capacity • 150,000 - 250,000 BTU/hr. • LPG available


• ETL & ETL Sanitation ODSERVICE GAS EQUIPMENT CATALOG 91


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