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  • New Forno Bravo Fireplace Kit

    Hey all,

    This is exciting. We are announcing a new line of Forno Bravo fireplace kits -- dubbed the Calore2G. Our new fireplaces make it easy to build a real brick fireplace. The modular kit includes all the pieces you need to build the firebox, throat, vent and chimney. Assembly only takes a couple of hours. Then, you line the inside of the firebox with real firebrick splits, and finish the outside of the fireplace with stucco, stone or brick.

    The Calore2G fireplaces are cast using a lightweight refractory (calcium aluminate with a lightweight perlite aggregate) that is heat resistant to 2600F and is about half the weight of standard concrete. The fireplace pieces are fully interlocking (making assembly easy), and the design includes an angled back wall and front throat, and a refractory chimney for excellent air movement and draw.

    It comes in four sizes: 30", 36", 42" and 48". They are heavy, but each piece is light enough for two people to easily lift and set in place.

    The kit can be installed either by a handy homeowner or a building professional -- and it doesn't take any fireplace design or construction expertise to get it right the first time.

    We are really excited.

    You can download the spec sheet here:


    You can see more details here:

    Modular Fireplace Kit | Outdoor Fireplace

    And you can see the installation animation here:

    Calore2G Fireplace Installation Animation

    Last edited by james; 09-10-2010, 09:27 AM.
    Pizza Ovens
    Outdoor Fireplaces

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    Re: New Forno Bravo Fireplace Kit


    <bookmarks yet another page>
    "He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep to gain what he cannot lose." - Jim Elliot

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      Re: New Forno Bravo Fireplace Kit

      Looks like a very nice product James. Good luck with it.


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        Re: New Forno Bravo Fireplace Kit

        Where is the tread for these fireplaces? I understand that you have sold many of them where are the people who are building them? Why is there nothing on this forum for them? Is there a problem with them or something?