About Us

The Simple Fire Camper is specifically designed for temporary, emergency, camping and lite cooking. Our intent is to provide you, the customer, with inexpensive heating when situations arise in which you may be faced with critical survival needs and outside support is not available. Extended power outages often occur when disasters, earth changes or other situations present themselves. Heating fuels, firewood, food and other necessities may not come for weeks. Put simply, you are on your own to stay alive and the Simple Fire Camper can assist you to do just that.

Simple Fire started as a project to heat using all of the wood that the forestry department and people cutting their own wood were simply discarding as a waste product. We are a team of engineers and metal fabricators living in the White Mountains of Arizona where it routinely gets down to 15F during the winter months. We were talking to elderly people and others who were tired of taking a large amount of their time cutting wood and burning fuel to have enough wood for a cold winter. Huge piles of limbs would simply be left in the forest to be burned as trash instead of being used to heat homes. The amount of smoke from burning these waste  piles is enormous. We decided to do something about the problem and create a solution for heating at the same time.

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The Simple Fire Team.

USA Today in July 2014 reported:

Winter cold kills more than twice as many Americans as does summer heat, according to a report released today by the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), a division of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Based on death certificate data from 2006-10, the report’s authors found that “about 2,000 U.S. residents died each year from weather-related causes of death.” The CDC report found that 63% of these deaths were attributed to exposure to excessive natural cold, hypothermia or both, while about 31% of these deaths were attributed to exposure to excessive natural heat, heat stroke, sun stroke

 

 

 

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