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  • Durable full angle iron frame with 25" adjustable stainless steel legs
  • 5 chrome-plated racks that can hold (5) 18" x 26" full size baking pans
  • Dual Flow Gas system combines direct and indirect heat
  • 14 gauge double-sided porcelainized baking compartment liner for easy clean up
  • Temperature range from 200 - 500 degrees Fahrenheit
  • 50,000 BTU; removable dual tube burners; 1/2 hp blower motor with thermal overload protection
  • 115V
  • Liquid propane

Rapidly cook a wide variety of delicious food in this Blodgett SHO-100-G full size convection oven.

This full size single deck convection oven gives you plenty of space to cook your restaurant's most famous ribs, braised steaks, and chicken even faster and for a more delicious product than when using a standard oven! Thanks to 50,000 BTU of heating power and a two speed fan, this unit circulates hot air through the cabinet for even cooking and crisp, juicy food your customers are sure to love.

  • NSF Listed

    NSF Listed

    This item meets the standards imposed by NSF International, which focuses on public safety, health, and the environment.

  • Made in America

    Made in America

    This item was made in the United States of America.

  • ETL US & Canada

    ETL US & Canada

    This item meets the electrical product safety standards imposed by the ETL, a division of the Intertek Group, for use in the United States and Canada.

  • 5-15P

    5-15P

    This unit comes with a NEMA 5-15P plug.

  • 3/4

    3/4" Gas Connection

    This unit comes with a 3/4" gas connection.

Rugged Construction

A full angle iron frame combines with a stainless steel front, top, sides, and 25" adjustable legs for a reliable unit that can even support a second unit stacked on top.

Smooth Door Operation

With dual pane thermal glass windows and a single handle to open both doors simultaneously, these doors open and close smoothly and with great efficiency.

Draft Diverter

To help ensure that your kitchen is properly ventilated, this convection oven comes with a convenient draft diverter to direct exhaust gases up into the hood.

Simple Manual Controls

User-friendly manual controls ensure that even your most inexperienced employee can operate the oven, from setting the timer to adjusting the temperature at anywhere from 200 to 500 degrees Fahrenheit with just the turn of a knob.

Porcelain Interior

The interior is porcelainized for easy clean up and features 11 rack positions to give you flexibility in arranging the 5 included racks.

Powerful Fan

The two speed fan is backed by a powerful 1/2 hp blower motor to deliver the air circulation needed to evenly cook your food.

Easy Product Monitoring

(2) 40W bulbs light the interior so you can easily monitor product without opening the doors and losing heat.

Customer Q&A Ask a Question

My business is at a high elevation; does this change anything when I order gas cooking equipment?
Many gas equipment manufacturers need to make adjustments to the equipment so it operates correctly at elevations over 2,000 feet. Sometimes we can special order from the manufacturer and have your cooking equipment delivered ready-to-go, but in cases where your unit is in stock and waiting to ship, you’ll need to have a qualified service technician come to your location and alter your unit at the time of installation so that it is compatible with a higher elevation. Contact our Special Orders team prior to placing your order, and we will let you know what will work best for the equipment you are planning to purchase.
What is the difference between comparable Blodgett BDO and SHO series ovens?
While Blodgett BDO and SHO series units of similar configuration may appear nearly identical at first glance, there are subtle differences present that should be considered before purchasing. For gas units, BTU ratings may vary between BDO and SHO units, so be sure to read the specs carefully when comparing the two. Also, control panel configurations differ between the two series. Control panel diagrams for each can be found in their respective manuals for reference. Finally, warranty terms are different for each series, with the BDO units having a longer parts warranty than SHO units.

Blodgett SHO Convection Oven

Learn a few tips and tricks on how to cook in your Blodgett SHO oven! From roasting potatoes to baking cookies, this oven will give you a nice, even bake every time.

Hello, I'm Chef Sarah Tressler, an application specialist here at Blodgett ovens, and I'd like to give you a few cooking tips for your SHO oven. First thing, I have some frozen French fries here on our fry pan. One tip is to evenly distribute your French fries across the whole pan and maybe even giving a little less in the center just to get a nice, even bake all the way across. Next, we're going to do some roasted Idaho potatoes. These just have a little olive oil, salt, and pepper. And then a frozen mac and cheese. For this, I would actually suggest using the high-speed fan because none of these are very delicate products and it will actually help decrease the bake time. Now that we have our other items in the oven cooking, I'd like to talk to you a little bit about baking in the SHO oven. Right here, I just have some frozen sugar cookies and I have also here some muffins. Suggestion with your sugar cookies is I would start them out on a low fan, allow them to spread, and then when they've spread enough, you switch it over to the high-speed fan to finish the cook without lengthening the bake time or drying out the product. With the muffins, it's a similar idea. I would start on a low fan, allow them to gently rise and form a skin, and then once they've set, I would switch it to high fan so that way they won't dry out on the inside and lengthen your bake time. Another note is that once they've set, if you switch it over to high fan, it'll quicken it so it won't have as much opportunity to lean. So, for roasting in your convection oven, I have a couple tips for you. One, I would take a hotel pan and fill it about halfway full of water and put it on the bottom rack of your oven. This will help reduce shrinkage. One thing to remember, though, is never place anything directly onto the floor or the bottom of the oven. This will restrict air flow and create an undesirable bake. For our roast, here I have a roast placed on a roasting rack within a pan and that's so I can catch the juices so we can create gravy afterwards. I'd just like to give you a quick, little recap of our cooking in the SHO oven. We did the roasted potatoes, the French fries, the sugar cookies, and our muffins. One thing that I'd really like you to remember is to make use of both of those fan speeds. They will help you out in the long run. Thank you very much and have a great day!

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Overall Dimensions:
  • Width: 38 1/4 Inches
  • Depth: 36 7/8 Inches
  • Height: 57 Inches
Interior Dimensions:
  • Width: 29 Inches
  • Depth: 24 1/4 Inches
  • Height: 20 Inches

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Warranty Info

Please note there is an 8% administrative warranty fee and potential for additional export fees for units that are shipped outside of the United States RESIDENTIAL USERS: Vendor assumes no liability for parts or labor coverage for component failure or other damages resulting from installation in non-commercial or residential applications. The right is reserved to deny shipment for residential usage; if this occurs, you will be notified as soon as possible.

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    We put bricks in our convection oven to mimic the feel of our brick oven pizza. The door is sort of hard to shut but you get used to it with time. Our oven guy had to show us how to light the pilot on this, as it was difficult to figure out. But once you've got it all situated it works great!

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