Fire pan

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a pan for holding or conveying fire, especially the receptacle for the priming of a gun.
- Abbot.

See also: Fire

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Whether it is a small fire pan, a mobile fire trailer, an aircraft fire training system that is actual size or a fire training building, Draager has a solution," says Thomas Brinken, vice president, Engineered Solutions.
After the charcoals are kindled, it is possible to intensify the fire by using the fire pan in the middle part optionally.
In other areas, the use of a fire pan reduces the impact to the ground, vegetation and rocks.
In the wake of the fire Pan Shiyi, chairman of SOHO China, a major property firm based in the Chinese capital, submitted a proposal to officials that a 2005 decision to lift restrictions on Chinese New Year fireworks in downtown Beijing be reversed.
Crumple several newspapers in fire pan; arrange wood scraps on paper tepee fashion.
Ignite 10 pounds charcoal briquets in fire pan; let burn until 2/3 of briquets are covered with a gray ash.
Campfires are only allowed within designated fire grates in developed campgrounds (i.e., a metal, in-ground containment structure -- fire pans and rock campfire rings are not acceptable).
During the event, trainers used fuel oil to create fires in large fire pans they set in an open area beside the store.
You can now buy fire pans - a sort of outside fire grate which you fill with logs - and have a roaring good blaze.
took their respective fire pans and, after puffing fire in them, placed incense on it and offered strange fire before the Lord, which God had not commanded them.
Where fires are permitted, use established fire rings or fire pans, keep the fire small, and gather sticks that are no larger than an adult wrist.