PATENTED HEAT ENVELOPE OVEN WITH BURNER manufactured in our facilities with the best materials and all this in a traditional way with Pereruela refractory clay. Unique aesthetics and unbeatable quality.
Its characteristics make it unique in the market being pioneers in the development of this type of heat envelope oven
All the materials used in its preparation as in all our assembled ovens, are of the highest quality and making each of its components in a traditional way such as the refractory clay brick of Pereruela, oven, tiles ... and using other materials such as cements, arlite, mortars, thermal blankets ... of unbeatable quality.
The heat envelope oven has a round-shaped burner made with double walls and finished in dark stone which gives it a rustic and quality aesthetic and with an incomparable aesthetic with wooden imitation in its opening and concrete base
The doors of the oven as well as the burner ones can be customized and the different oven models will depend on it which is specified in the lower part of this file as well as the prices. The main recommendation of Rosa Pottery Workshop is that in this type of top quality ovens you should use cast iron doors, because the quality of them is unmatched compared to sheets or forges that are weaker materials for fire.
OVEN MODELS ACCORDING TO DOORS TO CHOOSE.
The different models change the aesthetics of the oven according to the door to be chosen, all of them with the burner made with round-shaped facing brick and the traditional oven finish.
If you wish more information, we will be delighted to advise you on the choice of your oven with burner with an excellent quality and performance.
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European Regional Development Fund
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Alfarería Rosa S.L. has been a beneficiary of the European Regional Development Fund whose objective is to improve the competitiveness of SMEs and thanks to which an Internationalization Plan has been launched in order to improve its competitive position abroad during the year 2017. For this it has been supported by the XPANDE Program of the Chamber of Commerce of Zamora.