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Blodgett is located in Essex Junction, Vermont, a short drive from where the company founder and namesake forged a cooking revolution in cast iron over 150 years ago. While the times and foodservice needs have changed since then, our commitment to building the best remains the same.


Our heritage is reliability. When your commercial oven is “built like a Blodgett,” it’s built to last. Blodgett is #1 in the world for quality and durability. With the strongest oven frame in the world, you can count on a Blodgett oven outlasting the competition.


Blodgett ovens are consistently voted “Best in Class,” earning this accolade more years in a row than any other oven manufacturer.


Blodgett wouldn’t be where it is today without the skilled craftsmen who manufacturer our products every day. Our Vermont facility is home to experienced and dedicated employees, who ensure your oven meets our highest standards before leaving the factory.

Hydrovection Ovens

The Hydrovection is the only split door, continuously humidified oven on the market. With its compact 38” footprint, the Hydrovection allows you to do more in your kitchen in less space, whether you bake, roast, gratinate, poach, or all of the above.

Convection Ovens

Blodgett convection ovens are the industry benchmark for quality and reliability, providing decades of rigorous use in any commercial kitchen. Don’t be surprised if your Blodgett convection oven lasts more than thirty years!

Deck Ovens

The Blodgett Deck Oven line has set industry wide standards for excellence in baking performance and reliability. Simplicity of design and quality construction throughout assure years of trouble-free operation.


Since 1848, Blodgett has been innovating the best ovens for commercial kitchens. Today, Blodgett is the leading manufacturer of commercial ovens in the world. Restaurants, fast-food chains, hotels, hospitals, institutions, small businesses and large corporations alike rely on the Blodgett name. Our ovens have also been in demand overseas since the late 1800s – long before global markets and international trade became the focus of our modern world.