The fire pot. Just another heating source in many homes around the world, but there’s more to this warmth-giving tool that meets the eye.
It has a history that extend far back, long before heating companies like Syam brought them to the market. Of course, Syam is proud to uphold a tradition that has existed since prehistoric times.
Traditionally, the fire pot was used as a container for carrying fire. Not much has changed with regards to the Syam fire pot. These stoneware containers were used to transport fire from one place to another, for warmth while on the move. Nomadic people would carry small fires with them to use them to start larger fires for their evening camps once stopped. Today, fire pots are pretty much made for stationary use, but they do still serve an important warmth-providing purpose. The only other difference is that today’s Western fire pot is not used for cooking.
Syam’s fire pots are freestanding and, similar to their prehistoric predecessors, are made for indoor and outdoor use. They are generally ideal for areas where the building of a fireplace is not possible due to structural constraints or costs. As safety is a priority at Syam, unlike other fire pot manufacturers you read about in the news, all all their firegrates are fitted with flame failure and oxygen depletion sensors. Just another way fire pots have been improved upon since their prehistoric days!