Custom Handling – Mountain Home Ovens

Mountain Home Oven – Ground Level

This is an example of a typical remodel installation. A glazier has removed the front window. Note the extension boom forklift, with 6-foot fork extensions. The example images below are from a commercial installation, Mt. Rainer 7” Mountain Series Oven.

Please keep in mind, moving a Wood Stone oven can present interesting challenges to even the most experienced riggers. Please take your time, use your head, secure the proper equipment and make safety your first priority. Please don’t hesitate to call the factory for technical support (1-800-578-6836). And, remember: DO NOT TURN THE OVEN ON ITS SIDE!

Mountain Home Oven – Upper Level

This is an example of a remodel installation on an upper floor of a building. A glazier has removed the upper level window and space has been measured for clearance.Note the high lift forklift, with 6′ fork extensions. The oven being installed is our most popular Mountain Series oven, Mt. Adams – model. This oven weighs approximately 3,600 lbs.
Please keep in mind, moving a Wood Stone oven can present interesting challenges to even the most experienced riggers.Take your time, use your head, secure the proper equipment and make safety your first priority.Please don’t hesitate to call the factory for technical support (1-800-578-6836). And, remember: DO NOT TURN THE OVEN ON ITS SIDE!

Required Forklifts

Model # Oven Approx. Weight Req’d Fork Length Req’d Forklift
WS-MH-4 Mt. Chuckanut 2,600 lbs. 4′ 5,000 lbs.
WS-MH-5 Mt. Adams 3,600 lbs. 5′ 6,000 lbs.

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