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Picking the right burner size can be intimidating, but there are some key guidelines that will help make the decision easier: the size of your fire pit and burner pan--or fireplace opening--as well as how much flame and heat you're looking to achieve.
Your burner should always be smaller than your fire pit, burner pan, or fireplace opening. We like to leave at least a 3" clearance on all sides. So, for a fire pit with a 48" burner pan, we'd want to use a 42" or 36" burner.
If you're wanting higher heat and more impressive flames, opt for the largest size burner that can comfortable fit in your fire pit or fireplace. Just make sure to speak to an installer to make sure that your fuel line will be able to support that bigger size!
With various capacity options to choose from, how do you know which one you need? The key is the size of your fuel hose, so you'll want to measure the diameter of your fuel line before making a decision on capacity. The larger the hose, the higher capacity you can go.
The Standard Capacity is the most popular because it's the perfect balance between gas use and heat output. The standard capacity uses a 1/2" inlet and outlet.
The High Capacity model is great when you have more gas flowing through your fuel line, and are looking for a bigger flame. The high capacity uses a 3/4" inlet and outlet.
The Mini Capacity is popular when limited on space, as it is exceptionally low profile. The mini capacity normally uses a 3/8" or 1/2" inlet and outlet.