Background

Engineering Tradition

Precision and flair

When he began to make wood burning stoves, the company’s founder Francesco Bertazzoni was an engineer making precision weighing machines for dairies, offices and pharmacies around his home town of Guastalla.

Since that time, it has been the Bertazzoni family tradition to follow all the instincts and principles of good design, fine engineering and quality construction.

After half a century of success making wood burning stoves, Bertazzoni were among the first to switch to gas in the 1950s, paving the way for the fully engineered, professional quality gas ranges that are now a watchword for quality in the markets of the world.

Bertazzoni design always understands the skills and needs of the modern cook, with imaginative details and the good looks for which Italians are renowned.

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Latest technology

Today’s advanced manufacturing techniques are adopted from the auto industry and involve minimal stocks, streamlined flows, and reduced lead times.

With product differentiation and specialisation, the business strategy has evolved to cope with the demand for higher performance products.

The benefits in the kitchen are ease, efficiency and safety. Recent innovations include electric induction cooktops, dual-fuel models, electric multifunction ovens, and pyrolytic self-cleaning oven linings.

Precision engineered to the highest specifications for exceptional reliability and durability – a Bertazzoni appliance will last a lifetime.

Advanced ceramic induction technology has been introduced for cooktops.

Sustainable enterprise

Ever since Bertazzoni switched its attention from wood burning stoves to gas half a century ago, the company has been responsive to the needs of energy efficiency, the environment and the climate.

Technology is applied to the constant improvement in fuel efficiency and fuels types of Bertazzoni cooking appliances.

Ranges, cooktops, ventilation hoods and accessories are mainly made from stainless steel as well as other metals, with few plastic parts. So the majority of materials are recyclable.

Efficient manufacturing techniques have been adopted from progressive practices in the auto industry.