It's never been easier to build a professional looking gas fire pit than it is today.
With a drop in tray such as this square model from American Fireglass, once you have built your structure, you simply drop in the tray, connect up the gas ( use a professional please ) pour on your fire glass, and light it up.
In the table above table you will see a reference to the BTU rating of the burners. This is particularly relevant if you are planing on using your domestic gas supply to fuel your fire pit. To avoid disappointment you need to ensure that your domestic gas supply has sufficient pressure to generate a decent flame on your fire pit. Take a look at this short article to give you the full low down on BTU's and flame height.
The Spark Ignition System is a push button system, that creates a spark at the tip of the Ignition Probe to ignite the gas. It is powered by battery, so there is no mains electricity supply required on your fire pit. The battery is located in the push button itself so it is easily replaceable. This is the modern civilised way to light your Gas Fire Pit. The system is easily installed and comes with complete instructions.
Available in either Natural Gas version or Propane, this gas connection kit provides everything you need for the basic hook up. There is a 2' length of whistle free gas hose which connects from the underside of your fire pit tray to the Key Valve. On the other side of the key valve is a 5' section of hose which is connected to your gas supply. The Key valve is supplied together with a Chrome Key Valve Cover Plate, and a chrome Key. The Key Valve turns on or off the gas supply to your fire pit.
If you require a Propane Kit, it comes with a Propane Gas Regulator which connects to the Propane bottle and an air mixer valve which is fitted to the underside of the fire pit tray. All connection instructions are included.
The Square Tray is available in 5 sizes, from 12” square up to 36” square, with burner factory fitted.