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Would you like to buy a Fire bowl in Corten steel or Rust?
Do you want to buy a corten steel fire bowl? A corten steel fire bowl is robust and a real eye-catcher in your garden. Even without burning wood a corten steel fire bowl is a beautiful addition to your garden. We will gladly inform you about the advantages and disadvantages of a fire bowl made from corten steel.
What is Corten steel?
Corten steel is known as weather-resistant steel and the official name of this type of steel is COR-TEN steel. Basically, corten steel consists of iron after which phosphorus, copper, nickel, chromium and silicon are added. Characteristic of corten steel is not only the rust colour but also the 100% recyclable material and the low maintenance required of a corten steel product. One disadvantage of Corten steel is that it may stain, for example on the underlying tiles.
Corten steel process
When you buy a corten steel fire bowl it may occur that the corten steel is not directly delivered with a rust look. At first you may think that you have received the wrong article. However, this is not the case! When you place the garden fire outside, humidity and/or rain will cause the first layer of corrosion to appear. Often the manufacturer delivers the garden fire bowls with a recognizable layer of corosion, but it also happens that the steel is still smooth and the first rust has yet to appear. Do not worry, this happens very quickly.
Fire bowl corten steel 80 cm
Firepit-Online.com has a wide range of fire bowls with a width of 80 cm. A fire bowl with a diameter of 80 cm belongs to the middle class of bowls. The smaller fire bowl class is up to 60 cm and the larger class starts from 100 cm. A bowl with a diameter of 80 cm offers enough space for large logs and fits in both smaller and larger gardens. Make sure that you always measure before you buy a fire bowl of 80 cm.