24" Cube Stainless Steel Spark Screen (No Door)
This robust spark screen is a great addition to your Iron Embers fire pit to increase safety and peace of mind when burning.
The 24" Cube Spark Screen is an optional accessory that offers a complete look and additional safety. It’s built from 1/8” thick steel and stainless-steel mesh before being coated in our high-heat enamel paint.
The lighter gauge steel makes removing the Screen easier while still delivering the endurance and durability that is backed by our 10-Year Guarantee. We offer this Screen without a door, or with a small or large hinged side door for convenient tending of your fire.
The handles of the screen are wound stainless steel, which reduces heat transfer and allows you to safely open your door or remove the screen entirely. This accessory features tabs on the base to precisely position it on your firepit.
Weight - 12lbs (5.5kg)
Steel Thickness - 1/8″ (3.2mm)
Mesh Material - 304 Stainless Steel
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