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Tarter 3' Fire Ring FR3

SKU: 130712694  |

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Tarter 3' Fire Ring FR3

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  • Perfect for fire containment and safety at campsite
  • Keeps embers hot extending fire burn time
  • Tall design to accommodate more wood
  • Constructed from galvanized metal for extended rust free life
  • Measures 3’ diameter with smooth rolled top
  • 12" Tall
SKU 130712694
Model FR3
Weight 31.0000
Color No
Size No
In Store Only No
Price $39.99
Rural King provides a defect or damage warranty within 30 days of receipt. All Manufacturing Return Policies Supersede Rural King's Return Policy.

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jealous Review by stacie s.

i bought the fire ring for my ranch, i entertain alot and thought this would add to the my outdoor decore, my friends and neighbors was all jealous of my ring they had to go buy one! it's not like the other fire rings ive before, those would over time burn and calapse over use..not my tarter fire ring

(Posted on 9/18/13)

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Questions on Tarter 3' Fire Ring FR3

  • From Harry Steele at 8/18/13 10:22 AM
    • Q: Why are you selling a FIRE RING that is made from Galvanized metal????

      Do you not realize that fire and Galvanization do NOT MIX????? When subjected to fire/heat Galvanized metal gives off TOXIC FUMES!!!!!

      Are you BEGGING for lawsuits?
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    • A: Hello Harry,
      Galvanized metal is steel or iron hot dipped into zinc. Galvanizing is a coating of zinc over steel. Like paint, zinc protects the steel from rusting by forming a barrier between the steel and the environment. It also provides an electrochemical protection of the steel. Since zinc is more electrochemically reactive than steel, it oxidizes to protect the steel near it. Even if scratched, the oxidized zinc protects the steel surface. Zinc melts at @950 F. and vaporizes @1650 F. When zinc vaporizes it reacts with the air to form zinc oxide. Zinc oxide is the substance that causes welders to experience metal fume fever, flue like symptoms, when they breathe in enough of the zinc oxide in a welding setting. Zinc is also an essential part to proper growth to plants and animals. When zinc oxide is breathed into the body, the body can absorb it and eliminate it with no long term health affects. There has been extensive research into the use of zinc for medicinal purposes as well as the health affects of zinc oxide.
      In a nutshell, burning wood in a galvanized ring should not present a major problem outdoors due to the open ventilation and the rapid mixture of the zinc oxide with the air. The fire can get hot enough to melt the zinc coating, but soon after the zinc is melted away, the ring will begin to rust as you will observe. If your fire rings are big enough and do not get hot enough to melt the zinc coating, the rings should last a long time. Zinc is not as toxic as most people think! I hope this answers your question. Have a nice day!
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