Enjoy a beautiful Corten fire bowl made of maintenance-free and durable Corten. An outdoor steel fire pit bowl extends the garden party long after the sun has gone down. There is a round fire pit that is a full 150 cm large, but also a Corten fire bowl that is Ø60 or 80 cm. This option includes our uniquely designed fire grate to easily set fires.
1,340 kr – 19,990 kr inc VAT
Glow Corten fire bowl size 150 cm for those who want to create a campfire for their patio
To make it possible to create a fountain or birdbath from these Corten fire bowls, there is no hole in the bottom of this Corten steel fire pit when it is delivered. However, you can easily create a hole with a metal drill if desired. These outdoor fire bowls also work great for flower bowls, fountains, birdbaths or tables. We offer glass tops for these tables so you can easily convert between different uses if desired.
Choose between different heights and sizes of fire bowls. There is also a really large steel fire pit bowl of 150 cm in diameter. This round fire pit consists of 4 mm Corten and is 40 cm deep. We have also produced a grill grate in carbon steel for this round fire pit. If you are interested, please contact email@example.com.
The advantage of smallest pool fire bowls that are 60 cm is that it is easy to bring in the car to the summer cottage or the beach.
Q & A
Fire requires oxygen to burn and preferably with a flow from below to more easily set the fire. Therefore, our own designed fire grate in Corten is included with these Corten fire bowls, which creates a distance between the bottom of the fire bowls and the grate. Oxygen circulating within the round fire pit makes it easier to light the wood. The Corten steel fire pit bowl should be positioned in a safe place to avoid the spread of sparks. If you want to place a round fire pit on a wooden floor, you should have a fire pit mat underneath. Thinner galvanized sheet metal can be bought at a regular hardware store.
Be sure to set a fire from above by placing two medium-sized logs next to each other horizontally on top of the fire grate. They should lie with some distance. Then place two more that are slightly smaller in a cross on top of the bottom layer. At the top, you can lay smaller firewood crosswise in the same direction as the bottom layer. At the top, you then place small blocks. Birch spreads less sparks than conifer wood. Wood should have a moisture content of 15-20% when burning to avoid smoke. Freshly cut wood consists of approx. 50% water.
Corten is a durable material that is also maintenance-free. These fire bowls achieve a beautiful deep reddish brown color from its copper when exposed to wather and wind. Changing weather conditions transform its surface from the usual color of steel to over time achieving a thin protective reddish-brown rust layer.
It is an oxidation process of the steel surface that starts with the help of weather and wind. This process eventually causes corrosion of the steel to stop. The rust layer that forms thus protects this fire bowl and adheres to the surface of the steel, which prevents moisture from penetrating the round fire pit. The protective patina prevents steels from corroding, does not require painting and does not damage the strength of the steel. This is a durable variant that will be a cherished feature to admire for many years in your garden or at your glamping!