The Woodflame burner overfeeds the flames with oxygen, allowing the barbecue to reach an optimal combustion temperature (750°C) and destroy the toxins present in the wood, such as dioxane, furan, methanol, etc., in the same way as an incinerator.
By using hardwood only, you avoid resinous and carcinogenic derivatives such as creosote. The absence of smoke and soot is a sign of good quality combustion. Smoke is only produced when you light the barbecue and when you add more wood, or when the blower is closed during combustion (i.e. during smoking of foods).
Using renewable energy
Government authorities and international energy conservation organizations regard wood as a renewable energy source. Compared to using propane or natural gas, which are produced with fossil fuels (coal), using wood as fuel is therefore an ecological solution.
As well, the minimal amount of wood required to cook a portion of meat (about 250g of wood), and the fact that shavings, offcuts or pruned branches can all be used means that thousands of trees can be saved. Think about it! Operating a Woodflame barbecue at full capacity for a whole hour takes less wood than you need to light a fireplace or woodstove.
The ingenious design of Woodflame B gives them a longer lifespan than the average BBQ.