Neversink Inferno Hood

$850.30$1,039.50 AUD excl gst

The Inferno is a complete flame weeder with hood, dual torch, hose, and on/off valve.

Flame weeding is the best defense against weeds in an organic system. It is great for pre-emergence flaming and stale seedbed preparation.

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Your Primary Weapon Against Weeds

With the Inferno, you need only supply the Tank and a backpack. We do highly recommend using a regulator as well as a squeeze valve with any flame weeder. Neversink Tool’s recommended regulator is bundled above.

Lightweight 8kg

Easy to Transport

The Inferno has two burners for complete coverage of half a 75cm bed. Just two passes and your done. Easy to move around and get in tight spaces and hoop houses. Hood is 43cm wide.

bad for weeds Will not Hurt Soil Life

Soil is an excellent insulator so flaming does not affect life within your soil. Flaming to control weeds is the choice at Neversink rather than plastic mulch.

Built to Last

Hood is all super heavy duty stainless steel. Manifold is powder coated steel and shaft is stainless. It is built to last for many, many years.

Wheel Choice

Both wheel choices are Aluminum. Expanded mesh wheel provides a rougher seedbed surface as opposed to the smooth wheel. Smooth wheel is the more durable option. Both wheels are great choices.


Comes standard with tank connection, on/off valve, hose and stainless handle. Regulator and squeeze valve are highly recommended.


The Inferno Explained with Conor Crickmore



Must Have:  Squeeze Valve

This valve enables you to light and transport the flame weeder with a low adjustable pilot flame. When the handle is depressed, your regulator flame setting is then fully engaged. A squeeze valve is safer and also more efficient.

Education: Videos on Flame Weeding

For more information about Flame Weeding and our Tools check out our YouTube Flaming playlist


Always use a flame weeder with a regulator and a squeeze valve. Do not trap unlit propane under the hood. Keep temperatures low. Weeds die at 70C. Using a flame weeder at higher temperatures will not be more effective but it will damage the tool and is dangerous. When in doubt, turn the temperature way down. Watch all of the Neversink Tools instructional videos before use.