The Zentro™ line of fire pits are designed to easily fit into any existing or new paver, patio or stone firepit. This product fits ring sizes ranging from 30″ to 47″ in diameter.
Hand-built by Amish & Mennonite craftsman in our shop in Lancaster, PA, each individual unit is cut, shaped, welded and painted in America. The Zentro fire pits are heavy duty and built to last.
Smoke-less fire pits work through a double-wall, secondary combustion design. What that means is that when the fire is burning, the walls heat up and the hot air rises through the gap between the two walls. The air exits the wall cavity through the line of holes around the rim. This pressurized, heated oxygen mixes with the smoke and causes it to reburn. This is secondary combustion.
Of course, it is still an open fire pit so some smoke will escape.
How much less smoke is it? Example:
- If the wind is blowing, no one is moving their chair to get out of the way.
- If you have friends over, no one goes home smelling like smoke.
- You don’t need to shower after a campfire to get the smoke smell out of your hair.
What does “Smoke Less” mean?
Smoke Less means less smoke. We do not want our customers to be confused on the definition of Smoke less, as it DOES NOT mean SMOKE-FREE. The firepits will still produce some smoke, but the overall amount of smoke produced is significantly less than a conventional firepit.
Zentro firepits are made from cold-rolled American steel with a high-temp outdoor grill paint.
Can I cook on it?
Yes! All of the firepits work great for marshmellows and hotdogs, but then Ablaze and Zentro are designed for heavy duty grilling and cooking.
Will it smoke when I cook on it?
Depending if you are cooking something greasy, the grill may smoke.
Can I burn charcoal in it?
Technically, yes. However, its not designed for that so it will not be the best experience.
Do I need special sized wood?
Not for Zentro, Ablaze and Luxeve, although the more dry and dead the wood is, the better the overall experience will be.
How hot does it get?
20%-30% hotter than a normal campfire, which is VERY HOT!
How often should you clean-out the fire pit?
If you use the fire pit for 2-3 hours at a time and then let it burn down afterwords, you can use it 4-6 times before needing to clean-out the ashes. If you burn it all day, you will need to empty out the coals that build up at some point because they will take up more space than ashes.
How Do You Clean-Out The Fire Pit?
The fire pit is easy to clean-out using any type of metal shovel. Small wood stove shovels work quite well.