Ovens can be located directly on the floor, elevated on support steel, or located on the building roof. A floor-mounted oven with product openings in the sidewall should feature some method of heat containment as described previously, and the floor should be insulated to reduce heat loss. Elevated ovens remove process heat from the floor and save floor space. An elevated oven can cost considerably more than a floor-mounted oven because of increased installation costs and additional materials. Bottom entry and exit openings in an elevated oven will provide the best possible heat containment.
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