Smokeless Fire Pit FAQ’s


How do smokeless fire pits work?
Smokeless fire pits are designed to minimize the smoke produced during combustion. Our Fire pits use a double-wall construction that draws air from the bottom and feeds it to the top of the fire. This process introduces additional oxygen to the flames from below and at the combustion level. The added oxygen facilitates a more complete burn of the wood, which reduces smoke. It is impossible to eliminate all smoke when first lighting your fire pit there will be some smoke but once alight and burning properly there should be virtually no smoke created.

Can I move my fire Pit ?
Our smokeless fire pits can be moved with relative ease as they are not heavy. However, it is essential that a fire pit is never moved when alight or before the fire has been completely extinguished.

What fuel should I use on my Smokeless fire pit ?
It is essential that only seasoned dry wood is used. Using damp timber and other scrap materials will cause the Fire Pit to smoke and affect your warranty cover.

What are the benefits of using a smokeless fire pit?
The primary benefit of using a Smokeless Fire Pit is that it will create a more comfortable environment by reducing irritation of the eyes and respiratory function. A smokeless Fire Pit will also consume fuel more efficiently than a traditional fire pit. The combustion process makes them a much more environmentally friendly product than other fire pits as they emit fewer particulate emissions. This efficiency makes them a more environmentally friendly choice, emitting fewer particulate emissions. Our smokeless fire pits can be easily moved, allowing them to be used and moved around in various settings, such as gardens, roof terraces and patios, where space and positioning might change from time to time.

How do you maintain a smokeless fire pit?
Maintaining your smokeless fire pit involves a few straightforward steps to ensure it continues to operate efficiently and safely. Regular cleaning is essential; removing ash and unburnt fuel after the pit has cooled down will maintain proper airflow and combustion efficiency. It’s also necessary to use the weather resistant cover provided with your fire pit to protect it from the elements and mitigate against rust and damage caused by rain and snow.

What safety precautions should I take when using My Fire Pit?
Safety is paramount with any heating element. Always place the Fire Pit on a stable surface, away from flammable materials. Never leave it unattended while in use and keep children and pets at a safe distance.