Fire by Design PATT Plumeria Torch provides a beautiful fire feature to light up your patio space. Featuring a stainless steel base and decorative sleeve, this unit has been designed with durability and beauty in mind. Available as either a manual match light or an electronic ignition unit, this torch offers customizable performance for your space. The electronic ignition system option is housed in the burner offers simple, reliable ignition and operates on 24V AC power to start the hot surface igniter, which ignites the pilot light. After the pilot is lit, the thermocouple senses the heat and transfers the electronic signal to open the main gas valve. Alternatively, the match light version of this system offers simple operation and unbeatable durability with low maintanance. This burner system can be purchased with a black powder-coated pole, a faux bamboo pole, or with no pole.
Heavy-Duty Construction - Premium stainless steel construction
Multiple Ignition Options - Choose between 24 VAC electronic ignition or manual ignition
Pole Base Available - Select between black powder-coated steel pole, faux bamboo pole, or purchase without pole
Beginning in 2005, Fire by Design started offering electronic ignition components for outdoor fire features using the same parts found in indoor units with a simple "weatherproof" box and labeled them as 'outdoor use'. Shortly after experiencing issues with the electronic components, founder Bob Roman realized he could develope a better automated outdoor ignition system. What he discovered was a better outdoor unit had to start with a superior "controller". After working with a local engineering firm and rigorous testing, Roman came up with the All Weather Electronic Ignition System (AWEIS for short) that provdied a unit that will operate in winds in excess of 55 mph and can even opearate when submerged in water - truly an impressive unit for the harshest of climates.
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 birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/.