Vectaire Electric Convection Oven - Montague Company

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It began in 1857, in San Francisco, California, during the Gold Rush Era. Founder Wilfred Weed (W.W.) Montague started his business in a small way selling pots, pans and general hardware items. He was known as an inventor and had a reputation for uncompromising quality. Gradually he began manufacturing "French" ranges, a combination of brick with steel ovens and tops, which evolved into the present line of ranges.

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1830 Stearman Avenue Hayward CA 94545 Phone: 510 785-8822 | Toll Free: 800 345-1830 domsalesmontaguecompany.com Vectaire Electric Convection Oven Vectaire Electric Convection Oven Montagues electric convection ovens are high-powered units designed to keep up with your operation. Available in a standard depth EK12 or bakery depth EK15 they are the most powerful ovens in their class. This means youll get fast consistent results without having to worry about recovery times. Also available in a half size our EK8 is small enough for the countertop and roomy enough for 13" x 18" pans Features  Porcelainized 16 gauge steel interior  Five 26" x 27" 66.0cm x 68.6cm bright nickel racks with rack stop and non-tip feature  Elements are grouped in two sets of three to ensure uniform cooking temperatures fast preheat and quick recovery  4" 10.2cm of insulation compressed to 2" 5.1cm within metal sheathing  Moisture Vent  Snap acting electric switch-type thermostat with temperature range of 200ºF to 500ºF 93ºC - 260ºC with "On/Ready" indicator light  Automatic shut off of fan and heating elements when door is opened  Separate rocker switch for fan operation with oven  Cool-Down mode  Momentary "On" rocker switch controls two interior oven lights  One hour electric timer  Gusset style legs black standard painted or stainless steel cabinet base stainless steel modular stand or stainless steel gusset style legs optional  Satin stainless steel front standard remaining exterior black  Two speed motor  Split-type vertical opening doors with double pane thermal viewing window

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1830 Stearman Avenue Hayward CA 94545 Phone: 510 785-8822 | Toll Free: 800 345-1830 domsalesmontaguecompany.com Options  Available as single or double stacked units  208 or 240 volts single or three phase 50 or 60  Programmable Contol package  Cook-n-Hold Control package The Montague Heritage It began in 1857 in San Francisco California during the Gold Rush Era. Founder Wilfred Weed W.W. Montague started his business in a small way selling pots pans and general hardware items. He was known as an inventor and had a reputation for uncompromising quality. Gradually he began manufacturing "French" ranges a combination of brick with steel ovens and tops which evolved into the present line of ranges. In 1902 the original "Locke and Montague" was succeeded by a corporation and by 1910 the company known as W.W. Montague Company Inc. was acknowledged as "The Leading Stovehouse on the Pacific Coast" as noted in Hammonds Handy Atlas of the World. W.W. Montague Company was succeeded by Montague Range and Furnace Company Ltd. in 1918. Early in the 1920s Joseph M. Whalen was employed starting out as a sheet metal mechanic and later was made foreman. He acquired the company name and equipment in 1932 when the concern encountered financial difficulties in the depression era. In 1936 the company operations were split with partner Roy Shae taking on the furnace side of the business. Joseph Whalen retained the range business and moved to Mission Street in San Francisco where he began operating under the now known name of The Montague Company. Early in the 1920s Joseph M. Whalen was employed starting out as a sheet metal mechanic and later was made foreman. He acquired the company name and equipment in 1932 when the concern encountered financial difficulties in the depression era. In 1936 the company operations were split with partner Roy Shae taking on the furnace side of the business. Joseph Whalen retained the range business and moved to Mission Street in San Francisco where he began operating under the now known name of The Montague Company.

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