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  • INCINERATION is a good option in cases where garbage or disposal options do not exist: yard waste, wood that is clean, dry, unpainted and untreated, cardboard items & any other non-recyclable paper products that are safe to burn. NEVER burn plastic, rubber, or roofing material.
    NEVER have a fire on top or near PEAT MOSS because peat moss will catch on fire and is very hard to extinguish. Many wild fires begin to start burning again months after the fire was put out because peat moss smolders and will start burning again creating another wild fire.
  • IMPORTANT NOTE: Some state and local governments ban the burning of many waste materials and household garbage. It is important to contact your local city or county environmental office or state environmental agency to obtain necessary burning permits and to find out about local and state burning restrictions.
  • Only incinerate using fully assembled models (including all screws).
  • All models are for outside use only.
  • Always locate your Burn Right model in the center of a cleared area approximately 30 to 40 feet in diameter including clear overhead.
  • Add burnable items so airflow is not restricted. Avoid stacking files and confidential papers tightly together like a book.
  • Light incinerator/thermal shredder from the top. Always incinerate with cover dome side up.
  • Use handle & heavy gloves while handling the spark arrestor cover to prevent burns.
  • Never burn in high winds. If a storm approaches you can spray water to completely extinguish your burnables without causing damage to your stainless steel model.
  • Incinerator to be used for burning dry material, yard waste and non-recyclable paper products.
  • Do not use flammable liquids.
  • Do not burn pressurized containers, i.e. aerosol cans, etc.
  • Ashes may take 1 or more days to completely cool. Pour water on ashes to completely extinguish if you have to move your outdoor fireplace before the ashes have completely cooled.
  • For cooking we recommend the use of natural hardwoods like hickory, cherry or apple wood depending on the flavor you desire.
  • Do not put burnt ashes in garden, dispose of as waste material. Note: Yard waste as well as clean and untreated wood ashes are ok.
  • Keep children and pets away from unit. (Temperatures may reach 1500-1800 degrees F)
  • Unit should not be left unattended.
  • While burning, your model must be level and tight to the ground and the Grill/Spark Arrestor Cover must always be in place to reduce the risk of fire spreading.
  • Keep combustible materials away from exterior while burning.
  • Do not burn any type of battery.
  • These are only a few Safety Precautions; your Common Sense is required at all times.


High TEMPERATURE burning is very important.  To incinerate completely, eliminating smoke and smoldering, air-flow is required. Our patented design introduces the proper amount of air to burn efficiently.  Never let the ashes build up so they touch the bottom of the angle grates.  Ash removal is made easy.  After the ashes have thoroughly cooled simply tip the incinerator toward you and roll away from the pile of ashes.  Remove the ashes and return your incinerator to its original burning position.


All models are 100% Stainless Steel but we recommend that you hose down your entire unit and clean your Grill/Spark Arrestor Cover with a scrub pad before grilling.