The Keilbach Ferrum fireplace does credit to its name because it is made entirely of corroding iron. The 3 mm thick material is dark and bright in its original condition. This corrodes over time and the fireplace gets its individual rust-coloured patina. In addition, the soot leaves interesting contrasts on the corroding material. Ferrum can easily be left outdoors all year round.
With its minimalist design, Ferrum feels at home as a representative fireplace as well as a fully-fledged barbecue. For this you need a matching stainless steel barbecue rust, which is optionally available.
The fireplace has an edge length of 45 × 45 cm with a height of 90 cm and a weight of 43 kg.
Another optional accessory is a base plate made of sheet steel (60 x 60 cm, 10 kg). The fireplace is better accentuated by the elevation. In addition, embers or sparks cannot fall to the ground, but are safely caught by the sheet metal.