Since 1969 we have designed and manufactured
high-tech burners for industrial and civil applications.

April 1 st, 1969

F.B.R. Bruciatori was established: a small-sized firm for the manufacture and sale of small power burners for domestic and industrial use, and for foundry ovens suitable for light leagues of aluminium, bronze and brass.


Thanks to the work of a new highly respected partner, F.B.R. Bruciatori began its own Research & Development. High quality and design is paramount and takes precedence before any of our products are introduced to the market. The first F.B.R. R&D facility was born.

The first F.B.R. R&D facility was born.


The development of significant international markets and customer cooperations resulted in the expansion of both our production facility and our labour force.

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Further collaboration with industrial partners enhanced our Research & Development resulting in the introduction of new technological production plants.


Additional premises in both Verona and close to our original site were acquired to facilitate our continuing growth for both production and storage.


As a result of our continuing commitment to research, the FBR range of burners continues to meet the more demanding needs of civil and industrial heating

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F.B.R. Bruciatori S.r.l.
Via V. Veneto, 152
37050 Angiari (Verona — Italy)
T. +39 0442 97000
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