How It Works
Our smoke-less fire pits work through a double-wall, secondary combustion design. What that means is that when the fire is burning, the walls heat up and the hot air rises through the gap between the two walls. The air exits the wall cavity through the line of holes around the rim. This pressurized, heated oxygen mixes with the smoke and causes it to reburn. This is secondary combustion.
Of course, it is still an open fire pit so some smoke will escape.
How much less smoke is it? Examples:
- If the wind is blowing, no one is moving their chair to get out of the way.
- If you have friends over, no one goes home smelling like smoke.
- You don’t need to shower after a campfire to get the smoke smell out of your hair