Sunday, February 12, 2012

Fire Bricks Stoves And Ovens

Few days ago, I was watching a business oriented show, "Kabuhayang Swak Na Swak" aired on ABS-CBN when I happened to see these Fire Bricks ovens manufactured by JY Fire Bricks. I suddenly felt curious about this product after the factory owner explained it's features as follows:

High temperature capability.
Very High heat insulating property.
Much more economical to use than the ordinary cement or metal stoves because of its insulating properties.
Smokeless when in use;
They will start with just one lighted matchstick.
No fanning or electric fan needed to maintain the fire.
Very easy to use with convenient pull-out firebox to refill charcoal while in use.
Easy maintenance with an ash tray to collect ashes.
No washing or cleaning needed. Only use a brush to dust off ashes.
Safe. No danger of causing explosion.
Thermal crack resistant, will not crack even after repeated cookings.
Being a refractory material, it will not melt, corrode and rust.






You see, these ovens are just operated using charcoals or woods (pugon type) but on a minimal quantity only. So, I find it really economical. Best of all, you will be amazed that even the inside of the oven is burning hot, the outside surface is still cool so it's really safe even you place the oven near the curtain. Best of all, it's smokeless unlike when you are using the ordinary stoves.

They fabricate various sizes and designs to suit your needs. Can be good for your business or even just for home usage. They have smokeless charcoal fed ovens ideal for cooking roasted chicken, roasted meat, lechon and also for baking cakes, pizza, bibingka and cookies.

I think this is a good buy considering that the prices of LPG now is getting higher and higher.

15 comments:

  1. If you are into baking, I think this one is a good buy. Tama ka talaga sis... Mahal ng LPG na talaga tapos ang bilis pa maubos...

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  2. Naalala ko ganyan din gamit nung Pan de manila bakery. Super sarap ng bread nila sobrang nakakamiss. Tingin ko matipid talaga yan and sa description mo sis mukhang safe na safe naman. :-)

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    1. Yes, safe na safe nga sya at economical kasi di na need ng kuryente or LPG, uling lang okay na.

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  3. Energy saving eto and environment friendly pa, Krizz.

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  4. okay ito ah... where can we buy this one? is this available here in cebu?

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    1. I think so Sis, ako din nga mukhang interesado dito. You can order through their website. Pwede siguro i ship yung order mo.

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  5. economical nga ito, krizza, at mukhang heavy duty. pwedeng pwede ito sa Pinas. gusto ko pa naman bilhan ng oven ang nanay ko, ma-check out nga ito pag-uwi ko ;)

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    1. Try mo KM, matipid talaga kasi ito gamitin, konting uling lang ang kailangan, Madami ka pa maluluto. Economical talaga.

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  7. how to avail JY firebricks oven? is it available in Laguna?

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  8. good day po.. baka naman po pwedeng malaman ang contact ng nag bebenta po nyan or ung maker po.. interested po kc kami.. para magamit sa business.. thank you po.....

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  9. maám krizza pano mkaka bili nyan?? or is it available?? interested po kc kame para sa business namn.. gagamitin po.. salamat...

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    1. Hi Nathan, this is the contact details of the manufacturer of Fire Bricks Oven:

      59-19th Ave., Murphy, Cubao, Q.C.
      tel. no. 911-4216 / 09205760256
      e-mail: jyfirebricks@yahoo.com

      Hope it helps. Good Luck in your business.

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