During cooking and baking, the stove ceramics store the heat from the stove’s fire, and fill your kitchen-diner with pleasant and uniformly radiated heat, even hours later.
With a tiled cooker, the fire in the combustion chamber is located directly beneath the metal stove top. From here, the hot combustion gases pass through a ceramic flue system around the oven unit and release their heat energy.
The tiled cooker’s stove top, made from thick steel plate or stainless steel, permits robust handling. If required, modern electrical or gas devices, ceramic hobs or a sink can be integrated into the tiled cooker.
The tiled cooker is very similar to the masonry heater. With a tiled cooker, too, the fuel’s energy is optimally used. Traditionally, the stove’s fire chamber and hot gas flues have consisted of solid firebrick material. Thanks to the internal ceramic hot gas flues, the hot gas is directed through the cooker to the chimney. Depending on the construction type of the tiled cooker, not only the stove top but also the tiled cooker components and an oven may be heated.
In the case of a tiled cooker with through-heating function, it is also no problem to heat a tile stove in the adjacent living area.
With a tiled cooker it is possible not only to cook and bake in a traditional way, but also to heat rooms with it.
Optionally, the tiled cooker can also be combined with a gas and electric cooking facility and thereby be perfectly integrated into your kitchen counter.