12" x 6" Rectangular Gas Burner

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12" x 6" stainless steel burner

12" x 6" Rectangular Gas Burner
Our stainless steel burner is ideal for outdoor fire pits, fire bowls, fire tables and custom flame creations
Available in natural gas or propane gas for convenient match lit operation.


  • 60,000 btu's/hr
  • Premium 304 stainless steel, 1 mm wall thickness
  • Burner holes are drilled and staggered for maximum flame effect 
  • Tubing is angled in center hub to prevent water from entering gas supply
  • 1/2" FIP located in center hub of ring
  • Maximum gas pressure requirement:  Natural gas (7" wc, 1/4 psi), Propane gas - 11" water column)
  • LP conversion fitting is designed to reduce sooting and improve flame appearance

Cost to operate:

  • Estimated cost to operate burner with gas usage of 60,000 btu's per hour:
  • Hourly cost $.36 cents.  Based on natural gas cost of $.60 per therm
  • Hourly cost $2.70 for propane gas.  A 20 lb gas tank will operate burner 5 - 7 hours

Buyers Guide For Natural Gas Burners

  • Install approved media up to 2" above burner
  • Gas logs and large lava rock can be installed on top of media
  • How to save $ when using fire glass.   Install filler glass or crushed lava rock as a filler material up to 1" above burner and use preferred glass to cover filler material.  Natural Gas Rings Only.  Filler glass is our most affordable glass due to the large volume manufactured.

Buyers Guide for Liquid Propane (LP) Gas Burners

  • Install fire ring with holes facing up
  • Do not install more than 1/4" of glass or small lava rock above burner holes.  Do not block burner holes
  • Large lava rock (3" or larger) and gas logs can be used as long as burner holes are not blocked
  • Due to sooting (a residue which occurs from  LP gas burning) we suggest using black glass rather than colored glass
  • When designing and constructing fire feature be sure to provide adequate ventilation

Warning - For your safety

  • *** Wet lava rock can explode when heated.  Allow fire pit to burn at least 45 minutes or until lava rock is dry before coming within 15 feet of fire during start up.  Consider covering fire pit to keep lava rock dry to prevent this occurrence or use lava rock 3" in diameter or larger.
  • *** LP gas is a heavy gas.  Applying too much media over burner holes may create back pressure and gas leakage resulting in gas pooling in fire pit.  
  • *** A minimum of two ventilation openings 18 sq. in. each and orientated 180 degrees apart must be installed at base of enclosure for LP gas fire pits

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

Additonal products available from Flame Creation, LLC

  • Automated burner systems
  • Whistle free flexible gas lines
  • Stainless steel burner pans
  • Gas keys (Lengths: 4", 9", 12", 18", 24")
  • Custom and prefabricated fire pit frames
  • Premium accessories:  Fire glass, gas logs, river stones, lava rock (small, medium and large boulders)


Prop 65 warning (CA residence)