Rack (rotary) baking ovens

  • Reliable, high-quality modern furnaces with rotating technological cart.
  • Are intended for baking of different varieties of bakery and flour confectionery products made of wheat, rye and mixed varieties of flour.
  • Also in these furnaces can produce drying bread products and bread sticks.
  • Due to its simplicity of service, reliability and universality, efficiency and low cost data furnace can be widely applied, as in mini-bakeries, and so on bakeries.
  • Features
  • Specifications
  • Prices
  • Main features :
  • The use of different types of energy: electricity, gas, diesel fuel.
  • Opportunity of fast transition from one type of fuel to another.
  • The consumption of a minimum amount of energy thanks to improved combustion chamber.
  • Thanks to multideck location baking pans takes up little space and provides the ability to baking a large quantity of bread in a small area.
  • Oven rapidly gaining the necessary temperature
    Door mechanism does not allow a couple to go outside.
  • Visual input and displaying of set and actual temperature and time baking.
  • When correct adjustment of steam supply and installation of air blinds is achieved uniformity of baking and the same color on all types of products along the entire height of the carriage to the square baking pan.
  • At a temperature of baking 210-290 C and weight of workpiece up to 800 gr. duration of baking bread is 10-45 min.
  • An opportunity of removal of the interim pipes of steam in the proofing camera.
  • Baking camera, the lining of furnaces and airflows are made of stainless steel.
Model : DF 103 DF 107 DF 113
Width of A mm : 1600 2100 2400
Length of B mm : 1380 1630 1950
Height H mm :
1810 2400 2400
Height T mm : 2600 2700 2700
Gas consumption, m3/hour 2,8 4,5 8
Fuel consumption litre/hour :
3 5 9
The total capacity Kw :
25 54 90
Performance pcs/hour :
270 420 680
Weight, kg : 850 1850 2850

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The manufacturer reserves the right to make technological and design (including external) changes in equipment design to improve its performance, without the prior consent of the consumer.