AGA Release Secret to Making an AGA Cooker

AGA has released the secrets to the success off their famous cookers. In a copy of the AGA Living magazine, AGA gave readers an insight into how their cookers are made to perfection with love and care.

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(PRWEB UK) 6 February 2014

AGA has released the secrets to the success off their famous cookers. In a copy of the AGA Living magazine, AGA gave readers an insight into how their cookers are made to perfection with love and care.

The article explains how the manufacturers at the AGA foundry in Coalbrookdale have an eye for detail and treat the cookers with extreme care. AGA wanted to give readers an insight into how their cookers are made and revealed that if an imperfection is spotted at any stage of the process it is marked with a cross and stripped down to metal to be enamelled again. Customers may be surprised to know that the cookers are assembled by hand and then shipped to their final destination - anywhere in the world.

Dale Jones, Enamel Shop Manager, said: “If it’s not perfect it doesn’t leave the site”

A particularly interesting fact mentioned in the article is that AGA cookers are produced in an environmentally friendly way and that up to ten per cent of an AGA cooker is often made from a previous AGA cooker which was once the heart of a home - even the sand that is compacted to make the moulds is purified and recycled.

Dale also said: “They’re a ready source of high quality material.”

Customers are able to find out how long an AGA cooker takes to make and how many cookers leave the foundry each week as well as being able to read about the actual process of manufacturing an AGA cooker.

AGA has a wide range of cookers, including classic, dual control and stoves. To browse the full range of Classic AGA cookers visit http://www.agaliving.com/our-products/classic-aga-cookers.aspx or if you are after something different you can view AGA’s collection of Dual Control cookers at http://www.agaliving.com/our-products/aga-dual-control.aspx and if you want something more traditional then you may want to view our stoves http://www.agaliving.com/our-products/stoves.aspx.

The full article is available in the AGA Living magazine.


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