Yes, it does! One of the unique properties of the steel that we use to build the Pyro Tower is that it is extremely efficient and storing and radiating heat. Unlike an open fire pit, the Pyro Tower will absorb much of the heat from the fire and radiate it throughout an area. We often describe it as a gentle heat instead of the scorching heat of an open fire.
Articles in this section
- Does the Pyro Tower get hot on all sides?
- Does the Pyro Tower Cover protect the Tower from the elements?
- How often do I need to oil my Pyro Tower?
- What size firewood should I use in my Pyro Tower?
- How hot does the Pyro Tower get?
- Can I use the Pyro Tower on a wood or composite deck?
- Will the Pyro Tower rust?
- What is the difference between polymerized linseed oil and boiled linseed oil?
- Does the Pyro Tower put out a lot of heat?
- Where can I learn more about your "hand-oiled finish"?