"We are just a phone call away from Mudurnu to anywhere in Turkey."
From 1920 to the present,
from grandfather to grandchild

Atlı Pellet Stoves

The grandfather's profession of hot blacksmithing, which started in 1920, was passed down from father to son and continues to produce handmade hazelnut stoves under today's conditions.

Our Purpose;
Serving with Quality...
Natural fuel
High calories
Fuel supply
Long burning time

Uses of the Pellet Stove

Houses, offices, coffee houses, restaurants, workplaces, small factories, greenhouses, chicken coops, mushroom growing areas and indoor areas...

Which fuels are used

Hazelnut-Walnut-Peanut Shell, Apricot-Sour Cherry-Plum-Olive Kernel, pellet

About Us

Atlı Pellet Stoves, which started production in 1920, continues its activities actively today in Bolu / Mudurnu district.

Product range; Atlı Pellet Stoves, Solid Fuel Stoves and Chestnut Stoves.

It strives to provide service above customer expectations in matters such as quality and on-time delivery.

Our vision

To become one of the leading organizations that have a say in the sector in our country.

Our Mission

To be an exemplary organization that creates resources and value for our customers, employees and our country.

Our quality policy

To provide outstanding service to each of our customers in line with their individual requests, to increase customer satisfaction by establishing an educated and distinguished team, to work sensitively with the law and the environment, to develop and grow our company in the light of developing technology and to serve our customers with the latest technology.

"We are just a phone call away from Mudurnu to anywhere in Turkey."

İsmail Atlı

Who is İsmail Atlı?

He was born in Mudurnu in 1964. Atlı, who completed his primary and secondary education in Mudurnu, graduated from MEB Open Education High School.

Atlı was introduced to the hot blacksmithing profession, which was started by his grandfather Hacı Kazım Atlı in 1920 and continued by his father, when he was only 10 years old. Having left 50 years behind in the profession, Atlı has become a master preferred by everyone in the production of wood, coal and hazelnut stoves without compromising on quality. İsmail Atlı, who is a Handicraft Artist of the Ministry of Culture (Professions Facing Disappearance), also has the title of "Bolu Province Ahi Father" in 2019.

In his shop, which has become a frequent destination for hundreds of people from home and abroad who are interested in handicrafts, Atlı tells his guests about the intricacies of the profession and gives information about the history of the district. His interviews and documentaries about blacksmithing and stove making frequently appear in the national and local press.

Atlı, who has been working as a blacksmith and stove maker for more than half a century on Demirciler Street in the Historical Arasta Bazaar in the district, has been selling pellet stoves that he produces entirely by hand since 2012.

Atlı Pellet Stoves, one of the well-known brands in the sector, attract great attention both at home and abroad.

İsmail Atlı is married and has three children.