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Sierra Faux Stone 20" Wide Rectangular Outdoor Fire Table

- Style # 5R121

Stunningly realistic faux stone adds warmth and texture to this chic outdoor propane gas firepit.

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Sierra Faux Stone 20" Wide Rectangular Outdoor Fire Table
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The realistic ledgestone sides and mocha supercast rectangular top of this beautiful gas-burning firepit are outdoor rated, with a spacious design that lets you store the propane tank inside surround. The round stainless steel Crystal Firepit Burner includes glass fire gems or beads that add a stylish detail while a trouble-free electronic piezo lets you adjust the flame height. Standard use with liquid propane gas, but can be converted to natural gas with an adaptor, sold separately. 60,000 BTU's. Made in Minnesota, USA.

  • Faux stone rectangular outdoor firepit.
  • Warm ledgestone sides and mocha finish supercast construction top.
  • 20" Crystal Fire round stainless steel burner with Glass Fire gems and beads.
  • Propane tank stores inside surround.
  • Standard use with liquid propane, but can be converted to natural gas with an adaptor, sold separately.
  • Includes hose and regulator, gas valve, metal flex hose, natural gas orifice, and burner cover.
  • Adds a warm touch to a patio, yard or pool area.
  • From our fire tables collection.
  • Made in Minnesota, USA.
  • Assembly required.
  • 60,000 BTU's
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To follow on from my previous question, I am not familiar with the 60,000 BTU reference. A lot of fire pits are more decorative with the flame, and we are looking for a table that does give heat output?
Lee H on Sep 8, 2017
BEST ANSWER: When it comes to a fire pit or fireplace, higher BTU’s mean the more heat and more flame the fireplace or appliance with generate. In a fire pit or any other outdoor appliance, BTU output generally ranges from 30,000-100,000. So, the higher the BTU of the fire feature, the more warmth it will provide. Between 50,000–65,000 is a normal BTU for a fire pit that provides general heat and warmth for people sitting around it. If you want to cook meat on it, then something closer to 80-100K BTU's would be more appropriate.
What is the heat output, the cost of the adaptor and the weight/ dimensions of the package?
Lee H on Sep 8, 2017
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