Square Burner, ideal for a square fire pit, but oddly about ninety percent of square fire pits have round burners installed.
There’s no practical or technical explanation for that, so what’s the difference?
If you imagine looking down from above over a square fire pit and visualize a round burner sitting in it, you will see how the burner cuts off the corners of the fire pit.
Now visualize a square-shaped burner superimposed on the square fire pit, you will immediately notice how the corner of the square burner reaches much deeper into the corners of the fire pit.
It is purely a matter of aesthetics.
The Outdoor Plus company hand-build their square burners from 304 Grade Stainless Steel in their factory in California and provide a Lifetime Warranty on all their Stainless Steel burners.
The design incorporates a raised central gas hub to prevent water from getting into your gas lines and valve.
The range starts at 6 inches square and goes up to 60 inches square, nine size options in total, and can be retrofitted into existing fire pits if required.
These burners are suitable for either Natural Gas or Propane. When using with Propane, an Air Mixer Valve should be attached to the burner.
Remember to allow 3 inches clearance on all sides of the burner between the inner wall of the fire pit structure and the outer edge of the burner.
Always install with the gas holes pointing upwards.
Square Burner Specifications Table: