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  • Weight of ovens 36"?

    Dose any one have a idea of what smaller oven would weight? about a 36" oven?

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    Re: Weight of ovens 36"?

    I have figured that the total weight of my 36" oven will be about 9.5 tons (19,000 pounds US). This includes the 12,000 pound foundation. If you are looking at just the oven and not the base, I would guess 1,600 pounds for the bricks with another 150 pounds for the mortar.


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      Re: Weight of ovens 36"?

      Well after some research and a very helpfull lady at forno bravo named tammy. a precast oven ship weight is about 700lbs, brick oven is about 900lbs. thanks again tammy.
      Last edited by Seppi48; 03-05-2009, 05:15 PM.