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For large households, catering or commercial sale of bread and bakery products. The INO 2006 single oven accommodates approximately 33 lbs of bread. All Häussler ovens can be used continuously; after a heat recovery time of just 20 minutes, they're ready to reload. The Haussler INO 2006 ovens are available in single, double or triple oven configurations.
Häussler INO 2006 Electric Stone Artisan Bread Oven
Baking area (W x D x H)
27.5" x 41.33" x 9.05"
(2x) 27.5" x 41.33" x 9.05"
(3x) 27.5" x 41.33" x 9.05"
Max. preheat time
Outside dimensions (W x D x H)
37.6" x 53.5" x 39.4"
37.6" x 53.5" x 56.5"
37.6" x 53.5" x 73.4"
Net unit weight
For more details please see the specs tab, above.
Special order item: Häussler INO 2006 ovens are special order items requiring 20% deposit. Normal lead time is 8-12 weeks. During business hours you can call to discuss purchase, current lead time, ordering and transportation details. Prices for INO 2006 ovens are subject to occasional adjustment for euro-dollar exchange rate fluctuation.
Haussler stone ovens ship by truck and shipping cost to the 48 contiguous states is included. Buyer needs to be present and sign for delivery. Delivery is to curbside. Please note the weight and dimensions of the unit and make separate arrangements for conveyance into your home or place of business.
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Häussler's commercial electric stone bread ovens include the INO 2006-series ovens and Häussler INO 2004.
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