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Rectangular Drop In Tray

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Rectangular Drop In Tray

The Rectangular Drop In Tray with its supplied 'H' burner, creates a wider area flame than it's cousin the Linear Tray.

Suitable for both Natural Gas and Propane, these trays are available in a variety of different widths and lengths, only your imagination limits what you can create with these drop in trays.

Like all American Fireglass burner products these trays are manufactured from 304 Grade Stainless Steel and come with a 5 year warranty, they won't rust despite being outdoors. 

The holes in the burner are drilled not stamped, to create a smoother gas flow and therefore a better flame, and the tray has drain holes to prevent any moisture build up.

Easy to Fit

The Tray Dimensions refer to the recessed size, and the flange is a further 1 1/4" on all sides. So the hole in the structure you are going to 'drop' you pan into, needs to be about 1/4 to 1/2" larger than the pan size you have ordered, to enable the pan to settle securely on the flange. 

The Rectangular Drop In Tray can also be purchased as a complete kit which comes supplied with all the connections you need for either natural gas or propane and includes Pan, Burner, Fire Pit Connection Kit w/ Key Valve, and Push-Button Ignition Kit

How Much Fire Glass Do I Need?

To fill these trays with fire glass and have a raised mound finish, we have calculated how much fire glass you will need. This calculation does not take into account any extra area around the tray you may wish to cover with your fire glass.




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.