Giant black iron split fire table
A giant split fire table designed to protect ground or lawn from the effects of direct contact with fire.
Two semi circular tables that pair together to make an enormous 29.5 inch (75 cm) diameter charcoal or wood burning platform.
The stand for all our 24 inch split barbecues and griddle chapas.
Note: The centre and right pictures above shows a 24 inch Barbecue chapa (not included) sitting on top of the Fire Table.
The Fire Table raises the chapa griddles 9" (23cm) from the ground.
Suitable for all our 24 inch chapa griddles and barbecue chapas.
Pre-seasoned with flax oil to resist corrosion.
Each semi circular half has three removeable legs for convenient storage and transportation. Each leg is attached with a solid brass wingnut.
Quarter inch (6mm) thick black iron sheet construction, with Netherton Foundry cut out detail.
Suitable for high temperature and prolonged use.
Durable 99.1% pure iron
Dimensions ( assembled):
Weight: 22.0 kg, ( 48lbs) 29.5 inches (diameter) . 75cm (dia)
The plates are 9 inches (23cm) from floor when assembled. Packs down to 1.5 inches deep when the legs are removed.
Lighting a top down fire on a Netherton Foundry giant black iron split fire table
Why choose a pre- seasoned Chapa fire table ?
No chemicals or PTFE are used in the coating of the Chapa fire table.
The edible Sussex flax oil coating is easy to wash & naturally non-stick. It is ready for immediate use.
Coating can be simply restored at home, time after time.
Chapa fire table can be used at very high temperatures.
Iron is a pure, simple metal which is easy to look after & very recyclable.
Fire safety and cooking outdoors.
Whenever cooking in the outdoors with flames, we advise you to gain appropriate experience or training from experts before starting.
Always check to ensure you have chosen a safe location, have the skills to look after yourself and those around you.
Always ensure that you're equipped to deal with all eventualities, including, but not exclusively, fire, burns and scalds.
Here are a couple of web pages about fire lighting and safety to get you thinking.