12" Penta Burner

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12" Penta Burner
12" Penta Burner
Innovative five petal design creates a full campfire effect.  For use with natural gas or propane gas outdoor fire features.  


  • 80,000 BTU (Max)
  • 304 stainless steel
  • Burner holes drilled and staggered for maximum flame appearance 
  • Tubing is angled in center hub to prevent water from entering gas supply
  • 1/2" FIP located in center hub of ring
  • Maximum gas supply pressure:  Natural gas (7" water column, 1/4 psi)
  • Maximum gas supply pressure:  Propane gas (11" water column)
  • Propane conversion kit includes: Air mixer fitting, gas coupling and gas pipe
  • Propane conversion fitting is designed to reduce soot and improve flame appearance

General Information:

  • Burner Size: Choose a burner at least 6” smaller than inside opening of fire pit
  • Fire Pit Pan: Flame Creation offers one of the largest selections of pans.  Custom size pans available
  • Installation L-Bracket: Bracket designed to support fire pit pan if masonry structure does not have a support ledge.  Continue shopping to view all our installation supplies
  • Key Valve Kits: Manual gas valve controls gas flow and flame height.  When valve is installed inside fire pit an extended key may be required (Available key lengths: 3”, 8”, 12”, 18”)

Buyers Guide For Natural Gas Burners

  • Fire glass can be applied up to 2" above burner
  • To save money: Consider using flame creation filler glass or crushed lava rock up to 1" above burner
  • Install preferred colored fire glass over filler material.  Natural Gas Burners Only
  • For fire rated river rocks and river stones.  Install stones on top of base material
  • For fire pit logs and medium size lava rock applications.  Apply base material of crushed or small lava rock to top of burner.  Install logs or lava rock on base material

Buyers Guide for Propane (LP) Gas Burners

  • Fire pit burner pan required for propane applications
  • Do not install more than 1/4" of fire glass or small lava rock above burner holes. 
  • Do not block burner holes with media
  • Propane gas produces a black soot. Colored fire glass and decorative media will discolor during use- Consider using black fire glass or lava rock for your decorative media
  • Lava rock (3" or larger) and gas logs can be used as long as burner holes are not blocked
  • When designing and constructing fire feature ventilation is required
  • Important! Propane gas is a heavy gas. Applying too much media over burner may create back pressure and gas leakage resulting in gas pooling in fire pit.  Do not operate fire pit if this condition exists
  • A minimum of two ventilation openings 18 sq. inches each (Example: 6” x 3”) and orientated 180 degrees apart must be installed at base of enclosure



All information provided is for general information only.  Designing, installing, and servicing of any gas burner and fire feature must be performed by a qualified professional and gas supplier.  Installations must conform to local codes or in the absence of local codes refer to the National Fuel Gas Code (ANSI Z223.1 or CAN/CGA 8149.1), National Fuel Gas Installation Code, Propane Installation Code or CAN/CGA B149.2

Prop 65 warning (CA residence)