Contact Us | Montana Fire Pits 2018-06-04T11:32:25+00:00

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WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD.

We know you have a choice out there on the world wide web, but our promise to you is that we will NOT be undersold because of free shipping or some other thing that big retailers can afford. We all play by the same pricing rules, so if you’re shopping, there is no need to go elsewhere. Period.

My name is Jonathan. Yes, I am the guy on the videos. We are very interested in helping you design and build your ideal fire feature.  Thanks to our customers, we are experiencing tremendous growth!  In order to better serve, please take a few minutes to fill out the “Have a Question” form.  This helps all of us narrow down your search for the ideal fire pit burner solution.

Please watch our “Helpful Tips Before Ordering” video below to ensure you have considered all details.

CONTACT US DIRECTLY!

443-347-3748

SALES@MONTANAFIREPITS.COM

LP and NG Sizing Charts

*Please note: These charts are for general reference only.  Please verify your own fuel supply with a local technician.

 

  • LP Gas Flow is given in thousands of BTU/hr.
  • This chart refers to low-pressure LP, after regulation. The standard nominal pressure at the burner for liquid propane gas is 11″ water column.
  • Pipe length must include an additional length for all fittings. Add approximately 5 feet of pipe per fitting.
  • LP Example: A burner that requires 250,000 BTU would need a 3/4″ for a 40′ long run.
  • If you have less BTU’s than you need, you will sacrifice flame height. (Typical flame height is 24″)
  • Verify with your local authority.  We cannot accurately determine YOUR BTU output and availability.
Natural Gas Pipe Sizing Chart
  • Natural Gas Flow is given in thousands of BTU/hr.
  • The nominal pressure at the burner for natural gas is 3.5″ water column. (typical supply 5″ – 7″)
  • Pipe length must include an additional length for all fittings. Add approximately 5 feet of pipe per fitting.
  • Natural Gas Example: A machine with a burner that requires 250,000 BTU would need a 1″ for a 20′ long run.
  • If you have less BTU’s than you need, you will sacrifice flame height. (Typical flame height is 24″)
  • Verify with your local authority.  We cannot accurately determine YOUR BTU output and availability.
Natural Gas Pipe Sizing Chart

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