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This is not an easy question to answer due to the numerous variables involved. The first major item is the size of the fire pit to be installed- or Btu input requirements for the appliance. Other factors such as gas pressure, length of run, elbows, or other hardware that may affect gas flow must be looked at figured in calculation. Also what is commonly forgotten are other appliances connected to the gas line that will take away gas from the fire pit.  We have minimum recommendations for each fire pit in our catalog and in the Support section of website; however we strongly recommend working with your dealer or plumber so they can account for all the factors to ensure proper gas delivery.


Using a larger ring does not mean taller flame height. Generally a larger ring will broaden the flame and take away from the flame height. Most customers by the way think of large flame as being the height, not so much the width. To increase flame height when using a large ring the delivery of gas must be greater usually meaning larger gas orifice or valve. If delivery of gas cannot be increased, then “reducing” the fire ring size will increase the flame height.

With a standard 20 lb. propane tank you are limiting the amount of BTU usage to between 90,000 and 100,000. For this reason, the largest ring recommended you use would be 18”, you will also need a regulator and an air mixer along with the other standard supplies necessary (e.g. fittings, valve, key, and piping).

Yes and No.

For natural gas users, a burner pan is recommended- but not necessary. A burner pan will not only keep your burner supported within your enclosure, but it will also reduce the amount of fire pit media you need to use. A properly mounted fire pit pan can greatly increase the life and performance of your fire pit burner ring, while also making future maintenance of your fire pit easy.

For liquid propane applications, a burner pan is necessary. LP applications require an air mixer to operate, in order to ensure the highest level of performance and safety. You must also provide adequate space around the air mixer underneath the burner pan, to ensure that unburned propane falloff does not settle below the pan.


The burner and pan typically sit 4″ – 6″ below the finished fire pit top.