My standard voltage is 230 V and the socket is 16 A. I am asking the question because I had a 1500 watt water heating rod connected with another 15A socket which did burn out my home wires after a week of use.
Your socket and wiring (if properly installed/rated) are good for 3,680 Watts (230V X 16A.) As such a 2300W device should be perfectly fine.
If a 1500W device "burned out the wires" on a 15A 230V (3,450W) socket, either the wiring in question was improper/defective, or there were other things also connected to those wires. In any case, somehting was wrong if the wires burned out rather than a circuit breaker (or fuse) tripping (or blowing.)
So your wiring installation may be improper or defective - it is at least suspect, and should be checked by a qualified electrician to identify and correct any dangerous deficiencies.