Did you know:
Every year, over 20,000 burn barrels emit pollution equivalent to a 1.5 mile wide chimney. This happens due to poor airflow from DIY construction and the inability to reach high enough temperatures for full incineration.
However, the patented design of our High-Temp Incinerators reduces the amount of smoke produced through burning and makes our products a great option for those trying to be considerate of the environment.
Looking to reduce your incinerator’s smoke production even further? Here’s three helpful tips to improve your burning sessions!
- Only Use Dry Burnables
It can be tempting to rake your yard and immediately deposit all of those damp, pesky leaves or branches directly into your incinerator. However, we highly recommend drying out your yard debris before deciding to burn. By eliminating any extra water on your debris, smoke production can also be reduced.
- Be Considerate of Air Flow
Be considerate of how you fill your incinerator. Try to leave space for free airflow between contents by scrunching paper rather than piling in full files and by carefully stacking wood. Creating these airways allows for easy oxygen flow, which helps the flame move quickly and efficiently through your burnables.
- Always Know What You’re Burning
Different types of wood can cause more smoke when burning. Hard woods such as oak, maple, and ash produce less smoke while softer woods like green pine result in more smoke. Try to monitor what you’re putting in your incinerator so you can keep an eye on smoke production!
We hope these tips can help you have a safe and efficient burning session!
Need more information on safety precautions? Check out our Resources page for even more tutorials and assistance!