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Portable Propane Fire Pit - Live Outdoor FIRESTORM Series I
Fire tables combine the functionality of a fire pit with the convenience of a patio table. They typically have a rectangular, square, or circular tabletop with a built-in fire feature, often enclosed by a glass wind guard. Fire tables come in various styles, ranging from modern and sleek to traditional and rustic. They usually accommodate seating arrangements similar to regular patio tables, with chairs or benches placed around the table's perimeter. This setup makes them a versatile choice for outdoor dining and entertaining.
The propane consumption of a fire pit table depends on the BTU (British Thermal Unit) rating of the burner and the size of the propane tank. On average, a 20 lb propane tank can last anywhere from 8-12 hours of continuous use on a medium to high flame setting. However, this can vary depending on the specific fire pit table and usage patterns.
Fire pit tables are designed for use with specific fuel types, such as propane, natural gas, or ethanol. You should only burn the fuel type specified by the manufacturer for your particular fire pit table. Burning wood or other materials in a fire pit table not designed for them can be dangerous and may damage the unit.
Using a gas fire pit under a covered patio is possible but requires proper ventilation and a minimum clearance between the fire pit and the overhead structure, as specified by the manufacturer. It's crucial to follow these guidelines to ensure safety and prevent potential fire hazards or carbon monoxide buildup.
A safe distance for a propane fire table from your house is generally at least 10 feet. However, it's essential to consult the manufacturer's guidelines and local regulations for specific clearance requirements.
Fire pit tables can be a valuable addition to your outdoor space, providing warmth, ambiance, and a functional surface for entertaining. Their worth depends on your personal preferences, budget, and how often you plan to use the fire pit table.
The duration a 20 lb propane tank will last in a fire pit depends on the fire pit's BTU rating and usage patterns. On average, it can last for 8-12 hours of continuous use on a medium to high flame setting.
Both gas and propane fire pits have their advantages. Natural gas fire pits tend to be more cost-effective and convenient, as they connect to your home's natural gas line. Propane fire pits offer greater portability and flexibility in placement but require propane tank refills. Ultimately, the better option depends on your specific needs, preferences, and available fuel sources.
A safe distance for a gas fire pit from your house is generally at least 10 feet. However, it's essential to consult the manufacturer's guidelines and local regulations for specific clearance requirements.
Rain on a gas fire pit can cause the flame to extinguish and potentially damage the fire pit components if not properly covered or protected. Most gas fire pits come with a cover or can be fitted with one to protect them from the elements when not in use.
The best place for a gas fire pit is a level, stable surface with adequate clearance from combustible materials and structures, such as your house, trees, or fences. It should also be in an area with proper ventilation to avoid the buildup of potentially hazardous fumes. Additionally, consider the location's aesthetics, accessibility, and convenience when choosing the best spot for your gas fire pit.