Wood-fired oven made with refractory clay from Pereruela manufactured in a traditional way by Rosa Pottery Workshop directly from our factory to the client finished in refractory brick and Wood imitation concrete base.
The coating used in Rosa Pottery Workshop for the finishing of this wood-fired brick oven is composed of high quality refractory materials to achieve an excellent performance and a minimum consumption of firewood for our customers. The materials we use to insulate our ovens are thermal blankets, refractory mortars, refractory cements, fiberglass, waterproofing, arlite and of course our Kaolin or white refractory clay from Pereruela
We are pioneers in the technical advance of all our products until we reach the best product at a reasonable price for our customers.
The oven that we show you is finished in refractory brick, made one by one in a traditional way with the same raw material as the Wood-fired oven that is the refractory clay of Pereruela, endowing it with great resistance to withstand changes in temperature and place it both indoors and outdoors.
The oven finished in brick of Rosa Pottery Workshop has an approximate weight of 800 kg that increases as the size of the oven increases
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The assembled Wood-fired ovens leave our factory waterproofed to be placed both indoors and outdoors. Rosa Pottery Workshop advises that to improve the use and operation of the oven if it is placed outside, it is advisable that before winter comes, we waterproof it every year to keep it intact every season so that you can enjoy your oven for the rest of your lif
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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.