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HPC Fire Rectangular Stainless Steel Fire Pit H-burners

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SKU
HBSB-Config
Regular Price $109.00
Special Price $46.85
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Product Overview

HPC Fire Rectangular Stainless Steel Fire Pit H-burners provides a high quality fire pit component necessary to complete your gas fire pit project. The H shaped burner is manufactured by HPC and constructed from high quality 304 stainless steel; each H burner features standard burner ports, a 1/2 Inch female gas inlet, and is neatly machine welded to produce a seamless and durable product. The burner kits can be chosen in a standard configuration or with the innovative Torpedo nozzles, which create a taller, more robust flame more akin to a natural wood fire.

This burner can be installed DIY with the help of a professional installer and is intended to be used with propane applications; a propane conversion kit, which includes an air mixer, coupler & nipple, is included. The burner should be at least 6" smaller than the inside dimensions of your enclosure and must be installed so the burner ports face upwards.

Features

  • Stainless Steel Construction - Heavy duty 304 stainless steel guards against rusting and ensures a long lasting product
  • Standard Burner Ports - Drilled, not punched, burner ports are standard on the tube for a broader, more complete flame
  • Standard Capacity - Burner rings feature a standard capacity 1/2" female NPT gas inlet
  • Raised Central Hub - Gas inlet is raised above the concentric rings to prevent water from entering the valve or gas line
  • Includes - H burner, propane orifice, nipple & coupler; be sure to check out our fire pit kits to find this burner included with the necessary components for use

Configurable Options

  • Torpedo Burner - The Torpedo burner uses specialized nozzles to create a taller flame.
  • Natural Gas or Propane - Burner kit is natural gas ready, with a propane conversion kit available
More Information
Manufacturer HPC Fire
Manufacturer Part Number HBSB-Config
Burner Material #304 Stainless Steel
Raised Center Hub Yes
Burner Hub Size 1/2-Inch
Burner Hole Pattern 30 degree inward pattern
Burner Holes Drilled Yes
Center Flame (max) 10-Inches
Shape Rectangle
Material Stainless Steel
Manufacturer Part Number HBSB-Config
Made in USA No
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2 Reviews

John Huntoon
February 14
EXCELLENT QUALITY

John Huntoon
February 06
PERFECT AS ALWAYS

What to Consider When Building a Gas Fire Pit:

  • Gas Supply - Before you begin designing your fire pit, first determine your gas supply
    • Both Natural Gas and Propane may be used - Supply Pressure and BTU ratings need to be regulated for both
    • For Natural Gas: Supply Pressure should be set between 3.5" - 7" Water Column
    • For Propane*: Supply Pressure should be set between 8" - 11" Water Column
      • *Do not use a burner rated for greater than 125,000 BTU with a 20-pound propane tank.
 
  • Fire Pit Burner - The shape and size of your fire pit burner can be choosed after determining your gas supply
    • Choose a burner kit based off of the inside dimension of your enclosure - the fire pit pan will be 6" larger than the burner to provide at least 3" between the edge of the burner and the inside edge of the pit
 
  • Fire Pit Pan - Included with all of HPC's preassembled fire pit kits
    • A pan can be flat or "bowl" style in order to accommodate your construction - it should be installed at least 3-4" below the top surface of your enclosure
    • The burner pan separates the air mixer from the burner in propane applications, but in all constructions it helps with water drainage and ventillation
 
  • Flange Extension - In many cases, the shut-off valve will be located inside the fire pit - if your enclosure walls are thicker than 3" it may be necessary to use a flange extension and a longer key
    • An external shut off valve is not required with this kit, but may be an option for added safety
 
  • Ventilation - For all fire pit burners, adequate ventilation is required
    • The recommended amount of ventilation is 36in² - or (2) 18in² vents on two opposing sides to create proper airflow
 
  • Installation Collars - Are designed to simplify the installation of a fire pit pan
    • Our flexible installation collars can bend for round enclosures and can be anchored in with concrete screws

      How Many Installation Collars Do I Need?

      Round Pan Size (Diameter)*

      Number of Collars

      12”

      2 Units

      18”

      3 Units

      24”

      4 Units

      30”

      5 Units

      36”

      6 Units

      42”

      7 Units

      48”

      8 Units

      54”

      9 Units

      *NOTE: For square or rectangular enclosures, use enclosure length and width measurements

 
  • Fire Media - Is the final step to finishing a gas fire pit
    • Both lava rock and fire glass may be used to complete your fire pit, the choice between the two is purely aesthetic
 
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HPC Penta SS Burners
Model # Burner Pan Media
Burner Size Standard Burner BTU Torpedo Burner BTU Hub Size Center Flame Pan OD* Center Hole* Lava Rock* Fire Glass*
HBSB18 18x6" 60k 125k 1/2"" 10" 24x12" 1-1/8"" 1 Cu Ft 40 lbs
HBSB24 24x6" 90k 159k 1/2" 10" 30x12" 1-1/8"" 1 Cu Ft 60 lbs
HBSB30 30x8" 90k 175k 1/2" 10" 36x14" 1-1/8"" 1 Cu Ft 80 lbs
HBSB36 36x8" 150k 200k 1/2" 10" 42x14" 1-1/8"" 1 Cu Ft 90 lbs
HBSB48 48x10" 150k 250k 1/2" 10" 54x16" 1-1/8"" 1 Cu Ft 130 lbs
HBSB60 60x10" 250k 300k 1/2" 10" 66x16" 1-1/8"" 2 Cu Ft 140 lbs
HBSB72 72x10" 300k 300k 1/2" 10" 78x16" 1-1/8"" 2 Cu Ft 160 lbs
HBSB84 84x10" 300k 300k 1/2" 10" 90x16" 1-1/8"" 3 Cu Ft 190 lbs
*Minimum Recommended
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About the Manufacturer

HPC is on the cutting edge of outdoor gas fire pit technology and offers a wide variety of burners to fit the need of any construction or do-it-yourself project. All HPC fire pit rings have staggered burner ports for a more natural-looking flame pattern and presence. Both stainless steel and cold rolled steel burners are available, and both feature ports that are drilled, not punched, for optimal quality; the burner hub is raised above the concentric rings to reduce the risk of water in the valve or gas line.