Rotary Hearth Oven – Batch
Industry: Bakeries and Tortilla Manufacturing (NAICS 3118)
Process Brief: Dough is heated to produce bread, cookies, and other baked products.
Energy source: Usually natural gas, but can also be propane and electric-driven
The rotary hearth oven is another type of batch oven used by the bakery industry. It is a type of peel oven, which is a brick-lined hearth using a long wooden paddle known as peel. Like other peel ovens, a rotary hearth oven has a solid-bottom-heat and properly proportioned top radiation heat from the low ceiling that was rarely more than a foot above the hearth. It generally requires a large work area and has a lack of flexibility and frequently occurring hot spots.
Empire Bakery Equipment
1 C Enterprise Place
Hicksville, New York 11801-5356
Web site: www.empirebake.com