Designed to be the most efficient with keeping a low impact on the environment, Rad-Flame fireplaces are the #1 choice in terms of sustainability.
Emission-free, simply using tap water and electricity, our fireplaces/burners are the most ecological fireplaces that will help you to create a cozy and comfortable atmosphere in any interior while doing an Eco-conscious choice!
Proudly designed in California.
OUR FUTURE STARTS HERE...
MAKE A DIFFERENCE BY
CHOOSING A WATER VAPOR FIREPLACES!
LOW ENERGY CONSUMPTION AND LOW CARBON FOOT PRINT
Rad-Flame fireplaces and burners are not only zero emissions, but they also have the lowest energy and water consumption in the industry with an impressive 0.08 gallons/hr average and only 100W for our most popular fireplace, the 70''.
Rad-flame water vapor products are also made with highly recyclable materials such as aluminum (fireplaces) and stainless steel that make them Eco-friendly.
WATER VAPOR FIREPLACES ARE AN ECO-CONSCIOUS CHOICE!
Being environmentally conscious is not all about plastic bags; it’s about making everyday choices that will — quite literally — determine our success
or failure as a species.
What is the difference between carbon-neutral, net-zero and climate positive?
Carbon neutral means that any CO2 released into the atmosphere from a company’s activities is balanced by an equivalent amount being removed.
Climate positive means that activity goes beyond achieving net-zero carbon emissions to create an environmental benefit by removing additional carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
Carbon negative means the same thing as “climate positive.”
Carbon positive is how organizations describe climate positive and carbon negative. It’s mainly a marketing term, and understandably confusing–we generally avoid it.
Climate Neutral refers to reducing all GHG to the point of zero while eliminating all other negative environmental impacts that an organization may cause.
Net-Zero carbon emissions mean that an activity releases net-zero carbon emissions into the atmosphere.
Net-Zero emissions balance the whole amount of greenhouse gas (GHG) released and the amount removed from the atmosphere.