Square Drop Pan with Bullet Burner – Certified
Suitable for either Nat. Gas or Propane. No Air Mixer Valve required for Propane if using a Bullet Burner
By combining a drop in tray with a Bullet Burner, The Outdoor Plus Company have created a very durable, easy to install and virtually maintenance free CL Certified unit. The Bullet Burner is patented technology that creates a much bigger flame than the standard type of burners whilst consuming considerably less gas! See Video below.
3 Minute Bullet Burner Video
Drop In Tray
Manufactured from 304 Grade Stainless Steel, Drop In pans are the ideal solution for some fire pit projects. They are durable, easy to install and maintain, and can considerably reduce the quantity of fire glass needed to finish off the project. The pan is 2 inches deep with a 1 inch lip.
This amazing flame is created by patented technology that evenly distributes the gas to all ports of the burner via the Hexagonal Uniform Hub. The precisely placed Bullet orifice provides the most efficient and effective flame by compressing the gas flow and forcing it out via the Flame Spreader.
Important Note: If using propane this burner does NOT require a Propane Air Mixer Valve to be fitted.
- Bullet Burner Fire Pit System
- Natural Gas or Liquid Propane
- Material: Brass Burner / Stainless Steel Tray
- Burner Diameter: From 8 inches to 36 inches
- Burner Height: 2 1/2″
- Inside Pan: From 12 x 12 to 48 x 48 square inches
- Pan Height: 2″
- Flange: 1″
- Thread Size: 1/2″
- Ignition: Match Lit
- BTUs: From 65,000 t0 300,000
- Certified BTUs: 65,000 to 300,000
- Weight: From 7 to 32 lb
If you need hoses to connect this pan go to The Outdoor Plus Stainless Steel Whistle Free Gas Hose
Installation Manual – Download here
Prop 65 Warning
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Lead and Lead Compounds, which are known to the state of California to cause cancer, and Carbon Monoxide, Lead and Lead Compounds which are known to the state of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov