Historically, cast iron is the traditional material used in the manufacture of wood burning stoves. Cast iron fireplaces are strong, durable and have the appearance of a classic wood burning stove. Cast iron is thicker and more dense than steel and will therefore take longer to heat up. However, because cast iron can retain heat much longer, the stove will continue to radiate heat even after the fire has gone out. Calore is the exclusive agents in South Africa for Bronpi in Spain as well as Supra in France.
From Bronpi we bring you the Ordesa, Etna, Preston 14 and Bury 14 with a traditional style. From Supra, we bring you a moderns range consisting of the Geno, Udo and Zoe models. The Supra range is manufactured from Lamellar Graphite Cast Iron which offers higher tensile strength and heat resistance.