Copper Oven Bakery & Cafe - 5421 SW 21st St, Topeka

June 19, 2014, 10AM

Auctioneers Note: Due to a recent electrical fire that was contained in the attic, the Copper Oven has decided not to re-open. All bakery equipment was virtually untouched by the fire and is up and running. (240V-3ph only). All equipment is clean and ready to go!

Bakery Equipment: Colborne Pie Line machine: Includes the following: Colborne 9 plate rotary pie machine, Model: RO-FLA, SN: 428-78, 208 volts/3 ph./60hz,Makes 9" pies & Colborne pie dough roller/conveyor, Model: RO-FLA, SN:417-77, 208 volt/3 ph./60hz; Colborne Bricking machine, Model: RC-FLA, SN: 417-77, 208 volts/3 ph./60hz; Hobart 80 qt. mixer, mdl L-800, SN: 11-147-802 s/s bowl, hook, whip, paddle & bowl dolly, 208/230V, 3 ph.; Pagani Boss dough kneader, kneads 100-150 lbs./batch, 208 volts/3 ph.; Dalton 6 rack, 72 pan reel type oven, 10.9” X 84” X 90”, mdl 200CZ, SN 2017;

Kitchen & Refrigeration Equipment: SRC 12’ X 15” combo walk-in cooler/freezer, outside construction (8’X12’ cooler-6’X12’ freezer) 208V/3ph, floored; Utility 2 door roll in cooler, mdl EWRIR-26-TM-UL, SN: 39330, 120V; Hoshizaki 250 lb. Ice machine, cuber, mdl:KM-250BWB, 120V; True 2 door full view cooler, slider, mdl GDLM-33, 115V;Vulcan steam jacketed kettle, mdl EC-10, SN1969-50-907, 208/3ph.; Vulcan steam jacketed kettle, mdl EC-20, SN 3432-75-4384, 208/3ph.; CRMA Euro style 3’ refrigerated & 5’ dry display cases, 3’ register stand, mdl CRS-S1-96, 115V; 6’ s/s cabinet w/doors; 6’ bakers table w/under storage; 5’ s/s table(6) adjust. 20 rack shelving units; (3) 20 rack shelving units; #10 can rack; cookie racks; large assortment of full & ½ size bake sheets; utensils; (3) soup warmers; (7) 2 top café tables & (14) chairs and more.

Terms & Conditions: Cash or approved check the day of the auction. Visa, MC or Discover. 12% live buyer’s premium, 10% if paid by cash. All equipment is selling “as is, where is”. All equipment to be removed by June 21, 4 PM, unless noted.

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