Air is pushed in through the bottom of the drum and also through the top vent holes to add a bountiful amount of oxygen into the fire. The air at the top of the fire pit creates a “secondary burn” and allows the Solo Stove to get incredibly hot while letting off much less smoke than competing fire pits.
Can you use a Solo Stove indoors?
Yes you can use this indoors!
How does a smokeless stove work?
The design features a unique airflow system at the base of the fire pit. This ensures there is enough oxygen for primary combustion. At the same time, double-walled convection draws air up through the walls, burning the smoke as it exits the fire pit. This is secondary combustion.
What’s the deal with Solo Stove?
The Solo Stove Yukon is designed to promote airflow, which creates a more efficient burn and less smoke. The lack of oxygen and the rising hot air created by the fire pulls air through the bottom vents, bringing more oxygen into the fire pit.
Can I leave my Solo Stove outside?
Solo Stove fire pits can be stored outside with an appropriate weather cover. Check out Solo Stove Shelter, an outdoor weather cover designed specifically for use with a Solo Stove fire pit. Otherwise, our products should be stored in a cool, dry location.
Can you burn leaves in Solo Stove?
Tinder (fire starters, small twigs, dry leaves, pine cones, or dryer lint) Wood chunks. Kindling (hardwood splits) Fuel wood (dry logs—you can use any type of dry wood, but hardwood will burn longer and hotter).
How far should a Solo Stove be from a house?
The recommended amount of distance the solo stove should be from your house is six feet. This is an adequate amount of distance to prevent the flames from catching on something and causing a house fire.
Can Solo Stove go on a deck?
Solo Stoves are safe to use on both wood or Trex decking, provided you also use the Solo Stove stand or a heat resistant fire pit barrier underneath. Although Solo Stoves emit less heat than other types of fire pits, they could still damage your deck over prolonged periods of use.
Can you leave Solo Stove in the rain?
If you read the intro you already know the answer is yes – you can leave your Solo Stove out in the rain.
Where does the smoke go in a Solo Stove?
The secondary burn takes place near the top of the Solo Stove’s burn chamber. The upper vent holes along the inside of the fire pit or camp stove blasts the fire with preheated oxygen, creating a hotter and more beautiful fire while burning off smoke.
Does a Solo Stove keep you warm?
When this effect is happening, the Solo Stove is nearly smokeless but still so hot. It’s impressive how warm and cozy the Yukon can make your backyard, even on cooler late-summer nights.
Are solo stoves warm?
The walls of the Solo Stove get very hot while a fire is lit, so we had to be extra cautious with our young son near the fire. Also, as with any fire pit, you should get to know your local burn laws and no burn days before trying out your Solo Stove.
Can you use a Solo Stove on grass?
Depending on the hardness of the wood and the duration of the burn, Solo Stove Fire Pits could potentially scorch your grass. Stands should be used with the fire pit at all times when burning on green grass. When taking your fire pit on the beach, you are normally safe to use the fire pit without the stand.
What happens if Solo Stove gets wet?
A little moisture on the outside of your fire pit is okay as long as you dry it off with a towel. However, moisture can damage the grate and ashpan inside your fire pit. We recommend using Shelter with your fire pit to keep it safe from the elements.
Does Solo Stove burn wood faster?
Will it use way more wood since it burns so hot? No! It would seem like it would burn more wood but the Solo Stove Bonfire actually just burns much more of the wood than a traditional wood-burning fire pit. You won’t be left with a bunch of half-burnt logs once the fire goes out.
Can you burn pine in a Solo Stove?
Pine needles are great fire starters. Be careful if you’re lighting a fire near a bed of these little guys, they’ll spark right up! When pine needles are lit they will produce smoke, so use these to start a fire, or a signal, not to keep your fire lit.
Can I cook on Solo Stove bonfire?
The Fire Pit Cooking System includes Hub, and Cast Iron Grill. It’s completed by our Gloves, Cast Iron Scrubber, and Cast Iron Seasoning Oil. The most natural thing in the world is cooking over a fire. Now, you can do it over your Solo Stove fire pit.
Can I burn Christmas tree in Solo Stove?
Can you build a table around a Solo Stove?
Umbrella tables are the perfect way to create an enclosure for your Solo Stove fire pit! The table’s platform beneath the table raises your fire pit off the ground, and since there are no walls near the lower vent holes, you’ll get all the airflow you need to enjoy a roaring fire!