Experience the fascination of fire in a unique way.
Enjoy valuable moments with high-grade design.
Enjoy valuable moments with high-grade design.
The QFlame glass fire bowl consists of 100% highly purified quartz glass. The properties of this untreated material merges the power and heat with the beauty of fire. The rough, opaque outer surface breaks the light of the flame and diffuses it. Consequently the fire bowl lights up in an even orange and red to thus create a relaxed and comforting atmosphere.
The smooth, inside surface of the glass fire bowl is easy to clean. It is resistant to heat up to a temperature of 1,300°C and suitable primarily for use with well dried wood (see FAQs).
Even without fire the Qflame glass fire bowl is a great style or light element that adds to your garden. We currently offer three different sizes, as a set or individually.
Do you have any questions? Write to us or read up in our FAQs.
The heights of the QFlame glass fire bowls are specified without the base.
Included in delivery, base and lid made of stainless steel, weather protection and accessories.
Base and cover
Place the QFlame fire bowl on a heat-resistant and fireproof base structure, stone or gravel base to guarantee secure positioning and an adequate distance to the ground.
The delivery scope includes a round base with a height of 15 cm and a diameter of 40 cm as well as a matching stainless steel lid and outdoor protection. Various variants and materials, such as concrete, are planned.
Our dealers for the distribution of Qflame glass fire bowls.
Fire bowls consist of 100% highly purified quartz glass.
In the manufacture of our fire bowls, natural crystalline sand is melted in quartz glass at extremely high temperatures (> 3,000 ° C).
Under protective gas, the sand is melted layer by layer in a graphite crucible with a short electric arc.
In this process, even the smallest chemical abnormalities soften and become very small (<2mm) spots in our fire bowls. These do not affect the temperature resistance and the strength of the glass, rather they show the natural origin of this product.
Our fire bowls are made especially environmentally friendly. This is achieved through the self-insulating function of the quartz sand. While the sand is being melted in the mold, the outer layer provides permanent insulation. This saves a considerable amount of energy. This effect also ensures the beautiful marbling on the outer wall of our fire bowls.
Following the melting process, the edge is cut straight and provided with a protective phase. After a final quality control, the fire bowls are packed break-proof and then make their way to you.
Fire bowls from qflame offer you security. A chamfer on the edge of the fire bowl means that there are no cuts to be feared. We recommend to wear cut protection gloves due to the weight and in the unlikely event of a break.
You get a beautiful fire polished surface on the inside of your bowl. This enables easy cleaning even with stubborn dirt. The special properties of quartz glass also allow the use of the harshest cleaning agents.
Please note that quartz glass can be compared to normal glass in terms of breaking strength. Wooden sheaths should therefore always be carefully placed in the bowl and the bowl should be protected from flying objects.
Fluctuations in temperature do not matter to your fire bowl. You can also operate it in winter without any influence.
Please do not throw pieces of wooden or other objects into the bowl. Carefully add material you intend to burn. Please make sure you handle the fire bowl carefully, especially if children are in the vicinity.
The QFlame glass fire bowl is available in three different sizes:
Simply write to us using the contact form above. A sales partner near you will then be in contact.
Almost all types of wood are suitable for use, for example: beech, oak, ash, birch or other types of wood from deciduous trees that has been adequately dried. If possible, do not use wood containing resin (e.g. spruce) in the Qflame glass fire bowl. This type of wood emits more sparks when burnt and the resin may cause baked residue.
o wood that has been pressure-treated or euro pallets. The wood surface must not have been treated.
o Wood waste containing paint, glue or varnish
o Domestic waste (milk cartons, egg cartons, plastic, paper, e.g. newspapers or advertising leaflets)
o Building site waste containing screws or nails as well as residue from chipboards or plasterboard
Thanks to the smooth surface on the inside, soot or dirt can be easily cleaned from the glass fire bowl. You may also use chimney cleaning agent to aid the process.