Better & hotter.

Outdoor stove with optional pizza oven

Emission of fine dust and smoke can be largely avoided by insulating the air flow through the stove. This results in complete combustion.

How does it work?

The principle enables complete combustion

In the case of incomplete combustion of wood, fine dust is released together with a broad range of hazardous substances. Air pollution due to fine dust causes 8.8 million premature deaths per year. Moreover, these fine particles in the atmosphere contribute to global warming. If we know that 40% of fine dust comes from domestic wood burning, it seems that the time has come to do things differently.

Breathe freely.

Breathe in clean air around the stove

Enjoying the warmth without breathing in the smoke? That’s not a given for people sitting around a fire. Including neighbours and local residents - sometimes with long conditions - can be severely affected by it. Jackie’s outdoor stove keeps the air clean.

No smoke from the chimney means no smell

If you take into account the health risks, the smell may seem like a detail. But wouldn’t it be more pleasant if you don’t have to move every time the wind turns? As there is hardly any smoke development with Jackie’s outdoor stove, there is also no smell. Except for the smell of pizza perhaps …

Less wood, more forest

Burning a fire with less wood? That’s possible thanks to Jackie’s efficient combustion. Furthermore, the design ensures that hot air stays in the stove for much longer. The result: the area around and in front of the stove gets heated instead of the higher air layers above us.

Wood burning is basically carbon neutral. Exactly the same amount of carbon that has been stored by the tree in its wood, gets released when burning the wood (but also during rotting). If you use less wood, then your carbon emission will decrease proportionally.

The transport of wood is not carbon neutral. That is why it’s important to use local wood. Furthermore, wood has to be sufficiently dry and don’t burn treated wood (painted, varnished, stained, etc.). But that’s true for any stove, of course.

  • At least 10 x less fine dust

    Jackie emits only a fraction of the amount of fine dust compared to an open fire (840 PM10 g/GJ - Source Vlaamse Departement Leefmilieu, Natuur en Energie)

  • Uses 3 to 4 x less wood

    Combustion in Jackie’s stove is 3 to 4 times more efficient than in an open fire. This means more warmth with less wood. And 4 times less wood means 4 times less carbon extracted from our forests.

  • Minimum 3 x less CO emission

    Jackie’s emission of toxic carbon monoxide (CO) remains at least 3 times below the new Ecodesign norm for indoor (!) stoves. Of course, this is even many times lower than the CO emitted by open fires.

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