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Warming Trends 42" x 18" Crossfire Circular Brass Burner Ready-to-Finish Kit

Warming Trends 42" x 18" Crossfire Circular Brass Burner Ready-to-Finish Kit

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Product Details

Manufacturer: Warming Trends
Warming Trends Part Numbers: FC42NG
Item Number: WMT-FC42LP

Features

  • Size: 42 Inches(FC42NG, FC42LP)
  • Color: Gray(FC42NG, FC42LP)
  • Product Dimensions: 42" Dia x 18" H(FC42NG, FC42LP)
  • Made in the USA
  • Circular design kit comes with everything
  • Comes with burner, pan, vent kit, and flex line
  • Aluminum frame with concrete board attached
  • Specifically designed for Warming Trends products
  • Fitted with a Crossfire CFB120 original brass burner
  • Maximum BTU Output: 120,000
  • Min/Max Propane Gas Inlet Pressure: 11" to 13"
  • Min/Max Natural Gas Inlet Pressure: 3.5" to 7"
If you are looking for a quick set-up, but a quality firepit, look no further than Warming Trends. The Warming Trends 42 x 18 Crossfire Circular Brass Burner Ready-to-Finish Kit has everything that you need to create a quality firepit in your backyard. Manufactured in Colorado, this kit comes with everything you need; pan, vent kit, flex line, and burner. The burner is made from all-brass components, and a patent-pending design that gives you twice the flame of a regular burner. So if you are looking for high-quality then look no further than Warming Trends for all your outdoor fire needs.

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Pete from Frankford Delaware asked:
My fire pit light explosively and the flame comes out the side vents when it lights. How do I solve? The pit is on a direct propane line from the house.
My fire pit light explosively and the flame comes out the side vents when it lights. How do I solve? The pit is on a direct propane line from the house.
We recommend having the gas pressure checked with regard to the requirements for your burner/valve assembly. There may be an issue with your regulator. You should have a propane supplier check this for you.
Answered by: Tyler M. - NFI Master Hearth Professional

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