Extra Large Hi-Temp Mini Incinerator (All Parts)

Extra Large Hi-Temp Mini Incinerator (All Parts)

$599.00

(69 customer reviews)

Made in the USA with 100% stainless steel construction

Lightweight, portable and large, with burning capacity of 16,000 cubic inches.
Includes ash catcher, angle grates, cover and handle

SKU: 2242-SS100 Category:

Description

  • HIGH TEMP – Our models burn hot and fast with temps reaching 1600° F
  • DURABLE – Unlike square units, our cylindrical design is guaranteed warp resistant and long lasting.
  • SAFE – Three stainless steel clips secure the cover containing the flame & embers, minimizing risk of wildfire
  • CLEAN – Minimal smoke so it’s neighborhood friendly. Check with your local community as burning permits may not be required when using our products
100% Stainless Steel Construction
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Internal Flanges for Hotter Burn
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Angle Grates for Efficient Burn
angle-grates
Engineered Hole Pattern
hole pattern
Easy Clean up & Ash Removal
easy clean
Environmentally Friendly
Environmentally Friendly

Additional information

Weight 45 lbs
Dimensions 29 × 22 × 42 in
Size

XL – (42" x 22") 29" Base Ring

69 reviews for Extra Large Hi-Temp Mini Incinerator (All Parts)

  1. Vic A. Birchwood, WI (Lake Home Owner) (verified owner)

    We have a cottage in Northern Wisconsin that is used all spring, summer and fall. We have used a burning pit and an iron barrel to dispose of our burnable items. Neither were satisfactory. The pit kept filling and flying, and the barrel rusted and deteriorated, and it was all a mess to clean up. During the spring of 2002, we put up a Hi-Temp Mini-Incinerator and our problems were solved. The intensity of the heat burns thoroughly, the stainless steel does not rust. The flaming particles do not fly everywhere and it is simple to clean. We would (and have) recommended it to everyone.

  2. Christin M. Eagle River, WI (Home Owner) (verified owner)

    Living in Wisconsin’s “north woods” I was very hesitant to have a burning barrel in my backyard for fear of spreading fire to the surrounding habitat. After seeing this product at a sport show I purchased one for my myself. I am truly satisfied at how well this unit contains the fire and at how completely the items burn. It really is an incinerator. Great product.

  3. Corky S. Ontario, Canada (Fly In Business) (verified owner)

    My wife and I have a house in the bush in Northern Wisconsin and a fly-in fishing business in Northern Ontario. We have burning barrels at both locations and she is always worried about starting a fire. We purchased 2 Hi-temp Mini-Incinerators and I used one of them this past weekend. Amazing how your design allows the material to burn at such a terrific high temperature and it’s gone in minutes. Can’t wait to show it to my friends in Ontario.

  4. Marilyn B. Canada (Organization) (verified owner)

    I was so impressed watching the Hi-Temp Mini-Incinerator in action at the annual Kenora District Camp Owners Associations’ (KDCA) meeting. It easily incinerated all of our burnable materials from the party very quickly in a safe, clean efficient manner. Sure looks like a winner to me!

  5. Robert S. Fairbanks, AK (Fairbanks Forestry Department) (verified owner)

    Fairbanks Forestry tested the Burn Right Products Mini-Incinerator and it performed like they claimed. We burned six telephone books and many out-dated burn permit books on top of some paper waste and the books were 95% plus consumed. The incinerator also worked well with other heavier materials like wood. With a bottom attached and the lid on, the mini-incinerator meets the burn barrel requirements for the Alaska Division of Forestry. I would recommend this product to anyone who regularly disposes paper waste.

  6. Mark W. Reeseville, WI (Engineering Company) (verified owner)

    The burn barrel has, without a doubt, cut the time I have spent burning material by a factor of 10. It is vastly more efficient than using 55 gallon drums or garbage cans as burn barrels. I have been using it now for two years and it is well worth the money. What took me (literally) 5 to 6 hours to burn, including adding kerosene to get all the papers burned, I can do in 30 minutes without adding anything. In fact, during a stiff breeze, I had trouble keeping up with it.

  7. Mary Jane B. Waukesha, WI (Home Owner) (verified owner)

    After over half a century of burning trash on the ground or in a burn barrel, always slow and tedious. I am delighted to be able to burn so quickly and completely in my Hi-temp mini-incinerator. In three years it has required cleaning barely once a year, which is accomplished with little effort. Truly amazing!! It’s surely one of my wisest investments.

  8. Walk K (verified owner)

    We bought our first Hi-Temp Mini-Incinerator (model L-XL-SS100) at the DU Great Outdoor Festival back in August of 2002 and have used it several times a week ever since and it has held up very well all these years. Clean, efficient and a real time saver when it comes to disposing of burnable waste.

  9. Jim Smith from Franklin, MA (Home Owner) (verified owner)

    I just thought I should add my two cents regarding the Model S-M-SS100 I purchased from you. I really love the thing. Middle of winter I had a party, set up chairs around the unit and got it going. It was well below freezing and I had all the guys kicking back in chairs talking and enjoying themselves not even noticing the cold. The heat this thing throws well exceeds any fire pit I’ve ever seen. Beyond the obvious things like burning yard debris, or documents the unit is just fun: a better idea than anything out there. And clean up is a breeze? You are too good to me.I just thought I should add my two cents regarding the Model S-M-SS100 I purchased from you. I really love the thing. Middle of winter I had a party, set up chairs around the unit and got it going. It was well below freezing and I had all the guys kicking back in chairs talking and enjoying themselves not even noticing the cold. The heat this thing throws well exceeds any fire pit I’ve ever seen. Beyond the obvious things like burning yard debris, or documents the unit is just fun: a better idea than anything out there. And clean up is a breeze? You are too good to me.

  10. Alan F (Home Owner) (verified owner)

    A friend, in the San Juan Islands, ordered one of your burn barrels and I tried it out. My major problem is burning up innumerable magazines and catalogs that do poorly in 55 gallon drums. I was impressed with how well your burn barrel handled these materials without my having to tear them apart page by page to dispose of them.

  11. Dave K (Home Owner) (verified owner)

    Having spent 12 years in the solid fuel industry with Blaze King Products, I knew as soon as I saw the design of the 2242-SS100 that this baby would work. WOW! I consider it my #1 purchase for 2010. Not only will it burn virtually any yard waste you can feed it, once the fire is established, it burns almost as fast as you can move the material. It will literally reduce 5 yards of material into 5 gallons of fine ash. I chose the 2242-SS100 because we have 5 acres of mixed vegetation. It definitely burns clean and fast.Having spent 12 years in the solid fuel industry with Blaze King Products, I knew as soon as I saw the design of the 2242-SS100 that this baby would work. WOW! I consider it my #1 purchase for 2010. Not only will it burn virtually any yard waste you can feed it, once the fire is established, it burns almost as fast as you can move the material. It will literally reduce 5 yards of material into 5 gallons of fine ash. I chose the 2242-SS100 because we have 5 acres of mixed vegetation. It definitely burns clean and fast.Having spent 12 years in the solid fuel industry with Blaze King Products, I knew as soon as I saw the design of the 2242-SS100 that this baby would work. WOW! I consider it my #1 purchase for 2010. Not only will it burn virtually any yard waste you can feed it, once the fire is established, it burns almost as fast as you can move the material. It will literally reduce 5 yards of material into 5 gallons of fine ash. I chose the 2242-SS100 because we have 5 acres of mixed vegetation. It definitely burns clean and fast.

  12. Dr. Russell W from, East TX (verified owner)

    That ‘nip in the air’ in your lead sentence is a bit hard to find today. 5:00 PM temperature is 110 degrees, no rain for months, and the entire East Texas area is under a `burn ban’ – minimum fine is $500.00.The two burn barrels I bought are both doing great, although not used recently. Combustion is so complete that I found it necessary to empty the ash build up only about every 3 months. You have a great product. Cheers

  13. John K from, Littleton NC (verified owner)

    I simply must pass along my total satisfaction with your 42″ incinerator. It works incredibly effectively and safely, especially for damp leaves and pine straw. We have a water front home on Lake Gaston NC in a very wooded, heavily tree covered lot. The dead fall and post-storm blow down of limbs require frequent use of a burn pile when weather conditions permit safe an open fire in one big open spot. But the Accumulation of multiple seasons of leaves, twigs, and pine straw forms a mat that does not decompose and creates a snake habitat. A lawn mower or leaf vac wont lift it to mulch it. This stuff just doesn’t burn well either– that is until I used your incinerator. I can easily move the burnright about my property to reduce the distance I need to haul the debris and have safe fires in many spots. The amounts of ash remaining after a day of burning was incredibly small. It also consumed my old records too voluminous to shred a few pages at a time. I wished I had it when I moved in. What a great product!

  14. Cindy (verified owner)

    We love our incinerator! It makes quick work of the mounds of paper that we no longer put in the land fill! Do you sell covers for the barrels? Thanks!

  15. George S. (verified owner)

    We purchased the extra large burn barrel to use burning our confidential documents and mail we used to shred. We loaded the burner up with a large garbage bag full of paper. Lit the paper with matches on four sides. It burned down to nothing but fine ash within an hour. Very little smoke. My son-in-law was skeptical it would burn without using some type of accelerant. He was impressed, as were we all. Seeing is believing, this thing works just like the videos show. No poking with a stick, very little to no smoke, complete burn down to ashes. Our neighbor uses a 55 gallon drum with holes poked in in to burn. It takes hours and he has to keep poking it with a stick. It smokes to high heaven and doesn’t burn completely to ashes. Hot sparks fly out the top and into the air. Not so with the burn right. The spark arrestor lid keeps the hot stuff where it belongs, inside the incinerator!

    Received my extra large 2242 burn barrel yesterday put together today easily and burned for 3 hours with no problems. We live in a heavily wooded area in Pennsylvania and have been clearing our acre for some years and needed to deal with the piles of debris collecting at the back of our yard. This product is excellent and exceeded all expectations. It is the safest and neighbor friendly way to burn.I would highly recommend this product to anyone.

  16. John K (verified owner)

    Hi,First off, after the year or so we had your product, we really value our big burn barrel. It consumes almost everything and leaves a small amount of ash residue. We also use it to burn sensitive documents instead of shredding. Much better than an open fire, burn pit, or 55 gal drum with holes. We’ve burned in high winds (not recommended ) and never had a problem.But we did have a fire get out of control in our rural NC home in a subdivision. We were raking leaves & pine straw, blow down limbs, and dropped branches off our 3/4 acre wooded lot and burning them in our burn right products barrel. I left on an errand and my wife continued the fall clean up burning by adding to the fire. She went to the front lawn with the lawn mower to suck up more leaves off the grass. When she returned with the bag if leaves she found that a spark or ember (probably when the lid was removed to add more yard debris) floated off and had started the leaves on fire which spread toward the house– an area more than she felt comfortable by spraying with the garden hose. She called 911. The local VFD responded, as did the sheriff and anNC dept of natural resources ranger. They saw the covered burn rite barrel, a bare dirt perimeter raked 10′ from the barrel, and the hose. No problem, no citation, no fine. They deemed it was a responsible burn. The VFD foamed the burning area, but left the fire burning in the barrel. After all , the covered burning barrel wasn’t a problem. It was just a freak accident started because we kept lifting the lid and adding to the fire rather than burning in batches until gone.Thank you for for such a fine product, which saved us from a cash fine.

  17. Keith B (verified owner)

    We bought this incinerator about 10 years ago and have used it to burn trash, yard waste, and cardboard over and over again. It still works great. I’ve saved a lot of money and hassle by not buying used oil barrels and having to haul them, dispose the old one and cut the top out of the new one. This is one of the best purchases I have ever made.

  18. Bob (verified owner)

    This certainly beats using a rusted-out old oil drum–it works well and all the air slots give you a good, hot, fast burn with little smoke and little danger of sparks or embers floating around. It’s also sturdy and looks great–it reminds me of something from the space program!I had no trouble at all assembling it using a power screwdriver and it went much more quickly than I imagined it would. Just remember not to tighten the screws until it’s fully assembledI didn’t realize it came with the ash-catcher–so that was a bonus. Overall, the only thing that could be done to improve this is lower the price, but good quality always costs more. The combination of high heat and exposure to the elements will destroy lesser quality metal products in a short time, but this thing should last forever.

  19. Gene F (verified owner)

    I have used your incinerator about four years and I want to tell you what a remarkable product you have. I am 75 years old and it was my job in our large farm family to burn the papers every morning before school in a 55gal. drum. What a stinky mess that was because I had to watch the fire burn down because the orchard was always catching on fire and the I had to put it out. Now I light it, throw the cover on and go back in the house.I have your incinerator sitting on a limestone drive with about four feet clean area around it and I have never had a problem and it burns so fast that it never smells.

  20. BJ M (verified owner)

    Hello Burn Right Products :I bought one of your barrels a few years back and it is wonderful ~ can’tthank you enough. I see on the web site that you have an affiliate relationship with othersellers. My question is about drop shipping relationships. Have you ever engagedwith 3rd party sellers in that way ? I’ve noticed a square barrel that is being sold on Amazon ~ reviews are not so nice for ‘putting it together’ however, some very crazy prices of thisproduct.I think your product is far superior frankly.https://www.amazon.com/Professional-Grade-Products-9800803-Incinerator/dp/ B015MUEE6S/ref=pd_sim_sbs_328_5?ie=UTF8&dpID=51k3071L2KL&dpSrc=sims&preST=_AC_UL160_SR160% 2C160_&psc=1&refRID=2H1417ZSWX301NGW7ABH

  21. Growly B (verified owner)

    I seldom write reviews, but, I purchased the extra large model and it works wonderfully. I read some of the other reviews stating the difficulty of assembly… I had no trouble at all. A few of the screws seem to not tap the hole properly, but this was not an issue for me, they still tightened up just fine. Having the right tool for job certainly helps. I used a 10v Bosch pistol grip impact driver with an 8mm magnetic hex bit. This allows solid pressure being applied to the insertion of the screws, and no slipping. It is also easier to not over tighten and strip the screws by “feathering” the trigger. I assembled the entire unit in 25 minutes.

  22. Carla Y (verified owner)

    Just letting you know that this is an AWESOME product! Why did it take me so long to get this? Great construction, beautiful piece of work, and best of all, made in the USA!! Don’t hesitate! You will not regret it. Great product. Thank you!!

  23. Dave C (verified owner)

    I just wanted to follow up and say “thank you” for following up on confirming my order the very next day and insuring arrival in a very timely fashion. Ordered on a Sunday and arrived that Friday. Easily assembled the unit and burned through a lot of pine needles, pine cones, shredded documentation all in a very short amount of time. We are very pleased with the quality, safe operation and the fast and friendly service! We have and will continue to recommend your product.

  24. J Collins (verified owner)

    I took a bit of time off this afternoon to assemble and test the new Mini Incinerator…..Outstanding, reasonably sturdy piece of equipment…..I do not know what other folks were complaining about regarding the assembly……Instructions were fine and a small impact driver made short order of the process…..30 minutes tops……..(And the screws provided with the unit were actually better than the high quality pointed ones I purchased as recommended in some of the reviews because the threads were finer on what came with the unit and seemed to snug down more tightly with the impact driver……)Rolled the unit out to the pasture between two large brush piles…….Incinerated four large trash bags of packed confidential papers (very difficult to burn) and about ½ of two brush piles (one pile 20 x 20 by 4 feet of brush and one pile 10 x 10 by 2 feet of leaves and packed scrub of two years) in about two hours…….Did have to use my electric chainsaw to cut the larger branches in smaller pieces to fit in the unit but no big issue…..The final ashes in the incinerator from the burn appears to be approximately ¼ of the height of the unit…..Unit burns material very hot and fairly clean (approximately ¼ of the smoke and ash I would get when trying to burn the open brush pile)…..…..4 inch diameter x 2 feet branches seem to burn thoroughly in about 10 minutes…….However the unit is absolutely fine to simply walk up to it every 4-5 minutes and keep feeding new materials to burn…….(I burned the material with the lid off once I saw how simple and safe it is to keep adding burn materials to the unit)……….Very outstanding when finished……Just put the lid on and walk away with no concerns………This is a very fine, safe unit to use…..No open flames to get away from you and no fuel required to add to get the material to burn…..A fairly expensive unit and am rating this a 4 at this time…..I have no complaints whatever about the quality, assembly and the safe use of this unit…..I will use this at least 10-12 times over the next year and will change the rating to 5+ if the unit stands up as well after a year as other users claim (which I suspect it will because of the apparent high quality stainless apparently used for the unit)…..

  25. Keith B (verified owner)

    We bought this incinerator about 10 years ago and have used it to burn trash, yard waste and cardboard over and over again. It still works great. I’ve saved a lot of money and hassle by not buying used oil barrels and having to haul them, dispose the old one and cut the top out of the new one. This is one of the best purchases I have ever made.

  26. Sabreena H (verified owner)

    Easily the highest quality burn barrel I’ve ever owned. High capacity perforated drum burns hot, clean, quickly & COMPLETELY. It incinerates household garbage, brush, branches and clippings down to total ash in minutes. Easy tip and scoop cleanup. I was worried about assembly after reading some tough reviews but went smoothly with an 18v Milwaukee impact drill.Couldn’t be more pleased with this product for the money-

  27. KA (verified owner)

    This thing is great! It is worth the money. It makes life so much easier in terms of getting rid of yard waste. Love this thing!

  28. Greg H (verified owner)

    I ordered an incinerator from you earlier this year. Works great. Good product. Went together well and is holding up.

  29. Bill Privott (verified owner)

    I recently purchased the extra large model burn barrel. The assembly was easy and the instructions were very helpful, however you should read thoroughly. Use a drill with a torque setting that doesn’t overtorque the screws. If you don’t have a cordless drill with adjustable torque buy one or borrow one and your experience will be well worth it. Loaded the barrel the first time and all that was left was powder. If you’re a veteran don’t forget to ask for the veteran’s discount. Ron will get a check out to you promptly. Thanks for your help with my purchase, Ron and keep up the great work on your products.Thanks Bill PrivottCurrituck, NC

  30. MWWard (verified owner)

    Works as advertised. Burns completely and fast

  31. Denis H. Boots (verified owner)

    Been using the extra large for over a year now. Clean out of ash is simple process of tipping and rolling the barrel off the ash catcher, scoop up the ash and replace the barrel. Very satisfied with it!

  32. AC (verified owner)

    Excellent product, fast shipment, very easy straight forward assembly

  33. Hank (verified owner)

    Coincidence? I was just admiring the efficiency of my Burn Right today. Happy Thanksgiving to all of you, too.

  34. Adam K (verified owner)

    Initially unsure about spending this much for a burn barrel, but it’s really more than that. Amazing how fast material is incinerated. Material is burned completely to a fine ash. It’s all about air and no “drum burn barrel” would hold up to the heat created inside this unit. WORTH EVERY PENNY!

  35. Chris U (verified owner)

    The BEST Burn barrels on the Market. I am amazed at how well these work!

  36. Even W (verified owner)

    Works great as a fire pit and also incinerator. We’ve loaned ours out to our accountant who uses it to burn dated private tax information. What a great product…we’ve had ours for 5 years with no problems.

  37. Satisfied Customer (verified owner)

    Burn Right’s Hi-Temp Mini-Incinerator:Good quality, easy to assemble, and sturdy. The cap is easy to mount due to three brackets mounted on top of the burner. The complete ring installed on the bottom of the barrel makes it very sturdy. The barrel is strengthened by two angle bars inside near the bottom. Overall, this is the best burn barrel I’ve bought out of my three purchases.DR Power burn cage with hinges:My old square Burn Cage served me five years. Over time, warped sides and a bent top plate made it hard to load the materials. The four feet mounted on the bottom of the barrel made it very unstable. The material was thin and made it hard to empty. I would never buy another square burner like this one! The Burn Right’s round design allows for more space to burn materials and an overall better, more efficient burn.

  38. Peggy M (verified owner)

    I would not have purchased this product if it wasn’t the best on the market.

  39. jeffreytodman01@gmail. com (verified owner)

    The best thing for the yard for the summer. And the flying bugs.aslo,,,

  40. John Ld (verified owner)

    I’m a retired form the army as a Master Sergeant and I would like everyone to know how well my burn barrel from Burn Right Products works and that it’s truly a great product. I retired in 2005 and moved to my family’s ranch in California to help out. Up till then they had been using a 55 gallon drum to burn yard trash and other things not appropriate for the dumpster. I ordered the large burn barrel from Burn Right and it has worked flawlessly since then. Hardly any smoke, never a spark out side the barrel and it’s as solid as the day it was delivered. Great product and I highly recommend it.

  41. David (verified owner)

    I have had my Burn right burn barrel for several weeks now. It is obviously very high quality construction and is very solid once put together. We put it to use right away with a backlog of boxes and also papers that we didn’t want to burn incompletely in a regular 55 gallon drum burn barrel. I have to say that it was well worth the money I paid for it. With all of the air circulation it lit easily and burned completely leaving nothing but fine ash at the bottom. There were no partially burned papers floating off in the wind.

  42. Bill (verified owner)

    I have had my Burn Right for about 4 years now and it still looks and works like brand new. I love how clean it burns with little to no smoke and it burns so hot that it leaves very little ashes to clean up. I also love how fast it burns but sometimes it makes it hard for me to keep up with it. I love using this all year around but use it the most in the fall when I do more yard work. I cant remember life before my Burn Right and cant imaginelife without it.

  43. Debra (verified owner)

    We have burned literally tons of scrap and waste wood in our burn right incinerator. It has proven to be extremely efficient and safe which is particularly important since we are on an island with no access to fire services.In the 2 years that we have used our burn right the finish and fit have not been compromised despite some raging infernos.We have recommended to our friends and neighbors.We wouldn’t be surprised if this unit was still burning 20 years from now.

  44. Gary (verified owner)

    Burns super hot without smoke.

  45. Joe & Susan (verified owner)

    We retired and moved to the Missouri Ozarks 6 years ago. At that time we wanted to recycle what we could and burn the rest. We had a lot of clearing to do and wanted a safe and clean way to burn branches, brush and our household paper products. I ordered 1 of your burn barrels and we still use it every week on a regular basis. We have been pleased with the quality and convenience of use. We are happy burn barrel customers and recommend it to others that visit us and inquire about its ease of use and maintenance. If it ever wears out before we do, we will certainly buy another!!!!

  46. TLR&PMR (verified owner)

    THE FIRST TIME MY WIFE USED OUR NEW BURNING CONTAINER, SHE ADMITTED THAT IT WAS VERY GOOD. IN FACT, I HAVE NEVER USED IT TO DATE. SHE SEES HOW EFFICIENT IT IS AND NOW TAKES CARE OF ANY BURNING.

  47. M Hardisty (verified owner)

    I just wanted to send you a note saying what a great product you guys have. I used to use 50 gallon barrels for burn barrels. They always lasted a couple of years as I burn a lot of everything. Some 15 years ago I found burn right products on the internet. I ordered one of the extra large burn barrels (incinerator) as I thought it would last longer, burn more complete and be safer to use. I also ordered a cover handle and an ash catcher. It has far exceeded my expectations. If you burn things and don’t have a burn right barrel/incinerator you are missing out.I have used it several times a week since I got it. I burn paper and woodin it. I empty it a couple of times a month which is very easy with theash catcher in place. I make sure the ashes are completely cool and justput the ash in the trash. It would go good on the garden alsoIt doesn’t look new, but it is still working like new. I have had toreplace the angle grates a couple of times as they don’t last as long asthe barrel itself. Not a big issue as Burn Right Products is easy to orderfrom and has great customer support. Everything else is solid and lookslike it will work for years.

  48. Bill S (verified owner)

    I ordered the 42″ on a Tuesday and it arrived on Wednesday. No problem putting it together. I have already burned a couple times and it worked wonderfully. very little ash escapes. No fear of a fire starting.

  49. Kartie J (verified owner)

    Last year I spent about $100 on a leaf burner along with several pieces of metal to contain the hot ash. It was an expensive joke. After trying for several hours to dispose of one tarp full of leaves I had at least as much ash as as you see in the foreground of my picture. I also had a burned hand, stunk of smoke, had to chase hot ashes with the hose, and had a nasty mess to clean up. This year is already a joy with my new Burn Right incinerator. The ashes you see are from the Burn Right after four snugglypacked loads of leaves. No stench, no burns, no flying sparks, and easy ash disposal.

  50. David W (verified owner)

    During March 2010 I purchased a Burn Right Incinerator (Part No. 2242-SS100) and Ash Catcher (Part No. 22-AC) for my two year old house. For some time prior to the purchase, I knew I wanted a device to burn paper and light cardboard for convenience and, also, to relieve the burden they put on my weekly trash collection. Additionally, I wanted to switch from time consuming paper shredding to paper burning of personal files and records that were no longer required. I initially considered using the traditional modified 55-gallon oil drum, however, I did not know where to purchase one and I did not have a way to transport it. A complete drum also requires extensive modification (via hammer and chisel), has no side air intake (without additional modification) and is subject to corrosion and structural breakdown after a few years use. There were none of these issues with the Burn Right items: they were delivered to my house, they were clean, they had the required design features and they were corrosionresistant.My first task was to clear a large area in my backyard and install a level foundation for the Ash Catcher and Incinerator. I dug a few inches into the top soil and placed a leveled, matching, double layer of 18”x18”x2” concretepatio blocks, four on the top (in a square) and four on the bottom (also in a square) for a total of eight blocks. Leveling sand, purchased with the blocks, was used to properly orientate the doubly stacked blocks. Next, I assembled the Incinerator in my garage and, after completion, carried it and the Ash Catcher to the backyard for placement on the block foundation. The Ash Catcher (23.5”x23.5”) fit nicely on the 36”X36” block foundation; I then placed the Incinerator on top of the Ash Catcher and addedits Cover. Finally, I placed four small patio blocks, each shaped like a sector of an annulus, around the Incinerator’s Base Ring every 90-degrees to anchor and stabilize it.I restrict burning to dry, unstacked paper and light cardboard, mostly unneeded mail items, obsolete personal files, and paper plates and napkins. These items burn almost completely in the Incinerator, leaving only a few inchesof ash on the Ash Catcher per year. Thus, I found cleaning the Incinerator just once per year (usually during the summer) is sufficient to keep the system operating properly and efficiently. The purchased system required no further modifications on my partand it requires very little maintenance. Additionally, except for a light black oxide coating on the stainless steel, the Burn Right items still look like new. That’s about all one can ask for in a product

  51. Linda M (verified owner)

    We love our incinerator especially living in Colorado where wildfires are very much a concern. We recently burned the remainder of our kitchen tear out lumber, sheetrock, and other items in no time at all and with very little smoke. We did not even get a visit from the local fire department as does happen when the neighbors smell smoke.

  52. Amazon Customer (verified owner)

    I live in rural West Virginia and have used this product for several years. Very happy with it as it reduces the amount of trips to the dump. I read through all of the comments and didn’t see any discussion of what I’m about to bring up. I live on top of a hill and occasionally we get some fairly strong gusts of wind. I had to add some heavy duty tent spikes to keep the burn barrel from blowing over. That fixed the problem. Several times after a storm I’ve had to go searching for the burner’s lid. Depending on how the wind is blowing it apparently can lift up and take off like a giant Frisbee. That and because it is round it can wind up rolling like a hub cap if it lands on its edge. This morning I found the lid about a 150′ from the burner. I just outfitted it with a bungee cord to keep it from showing up on someone’s radar anytime in the future. These are not complaints just observations for others to be aware of. Easily fixed. This is a great burner and I highly recommend it.I burn garden trimmings, pine limbs and household paper in my new, “burn tube”.It is especially appreciated on Christmas day. It handles all the packaging quit well.Thanks for such an awesome product!!!Will attach a couple photos of our first use. Ms. Tommye is lighting the first limbs and later we add the leaves. Really impressive how the limbs/leaves were quickly burned. I am going to have to elevate the base of the incinerator off the ground to see if I can limit the heat impact on the grass. I had cement blocks under the base, but they were much hotter than I thought they would be when burn was complete. We are very pleased with the first use.

  53. Gordon M (verified owner)

    Dear Sirs,I purchased a Burnright Incinerator several years ago to use burning general yard waste such as limbs and branches and leaves as well as general household waste that can be burned such as documents with our name and account numbers that we NEVER toss in the trash that goes to a landfill somewhere.The product is fantastic! No longer do I have to stir and re-burn because everything did not burn, especially documents and paper. The incinerator burns everything completely and cleanly without smoldering and smoking for hours or days. I purchased the top that serves as a spark arrestor so I don’t have to worry about large pieces of smoldering paper or leaves blowing out and setting the woods or grass on fire.I was particularly attracted to your product primarily for three reasons; It is made entirely of Stainless Steel so it will not rust away near the bottom like a burn barrel does, it is made in the USA, and the design allows combustion air to enter from bottom to top thus allowing complete incineration instead of having a growing mass of wet unburned material that slowly accumulates from the bottom and ultimately rusts out the container.I have dealt with the company 2 years after the sale when I needed to replace the two cross members that cross near the bottom of the incinerator to keep the debris up off the ground and allow combustion air to enter from the bottom as well as the sides to insure complete combustion. I explained my problem; the gentleman actually listened to what I had to say and sent me the replacement parts free of charge. They even covered shipping!The incinerator is worth every penny I paid for it, their customer service after the sale is top notch and I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a good long term solution, it may seem a little pricey initially but when you weigh it against the longevity of the product and it is quite economical.

  54. Laurie K., Lt Co, (ret) USAF (verified owner)

    I wanted to thank you again for your love of our country and your respect and recognition of those of us who served.We love your burn barrel! I don’t think it was here 4 hours and until we had it together and burning!And again thank you for the speedy delivery.

  55. DBWoody (verified owner)

    To make it easier to assemble, if you have a 10-32 Tap, Tap the holes before you use the 10-32 screws, that way was a lot less work for me.Lots of LuckAnd have a Good dayDBWoody

  56. Amazon Customer (verified owner)

    This is a lot to pay for a burn barrel. But it performs as expected and assembled easily contrary to other reviews. The fasteners were of good quality and the instructions were concise.

  57. Bruce (verified owner)

    Our ship came in and with it out incinerator in our crate. We put it together this afternoon and tried it out. The way the parts go together is brilliant. We loaded it up with a bag of fresh trash and then put in a bunch of wet half burned stuff out of the bottom of our trash pit on top. We still had flames almost as high as those in the picture on your website even with all the wet stuff in there. And there wasn’t much left volume wise when I came in the house. The instructions were clear enough but the engineering student who is our intern this summer and I had two observations on the instructions. The first is that if you have us start putting the curved pieces together while they are upside down you save turning the unit over once. The second is that you have to try by trial and error to know if the little pieces that hold the top on go on the inside or the outside. Hard to see from the pictures and the written instructions don’t say. Anyhow, that is feedback from someone who has never seen one before. Even without the instructions, with a little bit of futzing you can figure it out because the assembly is so logical. Thanks for a great product. I think we are going to need to be saving up for a second one for at the yard where the shop and guesthouse are located. I also want to try it on the litter that is considerable on the side of the road. We usually have a problem with what to do with it after it is picked up. Thanks for the extra hardware bag. We didn’t need it but was nice to have it because I can’t tell you how many times we have had something that lacked a bolt or small piece and it was a month or two before we could get them in here and get whatever it was working.

  58. Briscoe P (verified owner)

    Ron, just a note to say the veteran discount check came in yesterday’s mail. I thought I would attach a couple photos of our first use of the incinerator.Ms. Tommye (wife) and I had some limbs over the yard from some recent thunderstorm winds as well as some magnolia tree leaves that were the initial test of the incinerator. Will attach a couple photos of our first use. Ms. Tommye is lighting the first limbs and later we add the leaves. Really impressive how the limbs/leaves were quickly burned. I am going to have to elevate the base of the incinerator off the ground to see if I can limit the heat impact on the grass. I had cement blocks under the base, but they were much hotter than I thought they would be when burn was complete. We are very pleased with the first use

  59. Margaret B (verified owner)

    I was given one of your incinerators several years ago as a birthday gift from my daughter.She told me that she did not think it was a good idea for her mother to be using burn barrels.The barrels would constantly “burn up” and have to be replaced. No more!!I burn garden trimmings, pine limbs and household paper in my new, “burn tube”.It is especially appreciated on Christmas day. It handles all the packaging quit well.Thanks for such an awesome product!!!Will attach a couple photos of our first use. Ms. Tommye is lighting the first limbs and later we add the leaves. Really impressive how the limbs/leaves were quickly burned. I am going to have to elevate the base of the incinerator off the ground to see if I can limit the heat impact on the grass. I had cement blocks under the base, but they were much hotter than I thought they would be when burn was complete. We are very pleased with the first use.

  60. Linda D (verified owner)

    We have owned a Burn Right burn barrel for at least 15 years! We have used the barrel to burn all of our yard waste including large tree trunks. We have found the Burn Right burn barrel to be the most effective burning and it lasts forever! We burn almost every day and it never fails to do an amazing job.We had used modified barrels (we drilled holes in the barrels). The barrels never lasted more than a year or two then rusted or bent to be unusable.I truly cannot be more satisfied with a product than Burn Right. It is well made in the USA, lasts a very long time and is the most effective burning barrel available based on our experience.

  61. Tim S (verified owner)

    We purchased your incinerator because of the large volume of paper materials that typically go into the dumpster. As a civil engineer, I understand the landfill space that is saved due to use of an incinerator, and think that more municipalities should incinerate their garbage, as natural gas is abundant and reasonably priced. By separating our burnables from our regular trash, we make one trip to the landfill per year, versus sending a full dumpster per month to the landfill. Plus, we are saving money as the landfill fee is $5/year, when hauling 6 large plastic Brute garbage cans full of non-burnable trash per year. We have had one of your large incinerators for 8 years, and it is starting to deteriorate due to the very hot temps that the garbage burns at, so we bought another one. Very happy with the product.

  62. Henry B (verified owner)

    These stainless steel mini incinerators are fantastic! I bought my first one seven or eight years ago, but have just reordered the 42 inch incinerator because the original got damaged when a 150 year old pine tree fell on it during Hurricane Michael. I used to burn on the ground and had to put up with an inefficient process, a lot of smoke and clean up afterwards. The Burn Right incinerator burns paper and yard debris cleanly, and completely, and comes with a lid to contain any sparks and wind-born ash. And unlike burn barrels, it will not rust. This is the perfect solution for help with my post hurricane clean up. I highly recommend this incinerator.

  63. Robert (verified owner)

    It is in excellent shape after many hours of incineration. We use the incinerator for burning paper products primarily along with downed limbs and other small wood products. The incinerator does not show any deterioration you would expect after frequent use for 8 years. We are pleased that the incinerator produces very little smoke and that is important as we have neighbors near by. Prior to the incinerator, we used 50 gallon barrels that produced lots of smoke and possible toxic matter. Additionally, the barrels had to be replaced annually and are not cheap. We live in the Piney Woods area of East Texas and we are also concerned about sparks being emitted and causing the nearby woods to catch fire and the major reason we changed to the incinerator. Thankfully the incinerator produces few if any sparks or burning debris and is safe to use!I expect that we will be able to continue use of the mini-incinerator for many more years. The material used in its construction do not rust and are of excellent quality. We have several neighbors express interest in purchasing their own mini-incinerators. I highly recommend others to purchase the mini-incinerator as it is well worth the buy.

  64. Jerry F (verified owner)

    I received my XL Incinerator yesterday when I got home from work. Being dark, I looked forward to assembling and fire it up today.Slept in and forgot about it until I went out the door this morning and my mood went from “ehh” to “yea” when my eyes fixed on the BOX!Assembly was easy enough, maybe a little over an hour.Loaded that baby up and WOW!!Within half an hour everything “disappeared!The residue was minimal.I am so looking forward to many years of service with this exceptional product. Now I just have to get rid of the multiple burned out 55 gal. drums that clutter my yard.This site had been on my Favorite List for several years. Just wished I’d pulled the trigger sooner.Thanks Rob for a simple yet super product, money well spent.

  65. Jesse R (verified owner)

    I am always searching for something to get my dad for Father’s Day.In June of 2010 I got him the Burn Right Incinerator. He has used the barrel to burn all of his yard waste and leaves. He has found the Burn Right burn barrel to be a very effective burning device and it lasts forever! He burns every couple of days and it never fails to do a terrific job. Other metal barrels never lasted more than a year or two then rusted and wee unusable. He could not be more satisfied with a product other than Burn Right. It is well made in the USA, lasts a very long time and makes a great gift!!!

  66. Tc (verified owner)

    Assembled in 30 minutes. Follow the well written directions and assembly is a breeze. I work with stainless steel and I am impressed with the fit of every piece. I would buy another one but I will probably never need to.

  67. Rita Goodin (verified owner)

    I have used my Burn Right Incinerator since 2011 and inspite of being discolored from constant use,it is NOT rusted and in great shape. I love it. My husband said that it was the best investment I ever made. A regular 55 gal drum never lasted me more than a year or so. There was constant cleaning it out and hauling what was left of it away. Thanks Burn Right

  68. Scott (verified owner)

    This is my second incinerator from your company — I purchased the same model 3 1/2 years ago. My son-in-law has my first one. I am replacing that one with the newer one.

  69. Amazon Customer (verified owner)

    had a hard time trying to decide to by this but since we live in the country where there are lots of trees I decided to make the investment. This was a gift for my Husband and since he is very protective of our surrounding forest, I wanted a product that would ensure no hot ashes were ejected that could case danger.It lives up to its reputation and we have been very pleased. It burns great only leaving a small amount of residue due the design. It gets the job done and we feel safe.

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