240,000 BTU Warming Trends Crossfire Burner – 19.5″ x 21.5″
STANDARD KIT INCLUDES IF SELECTED BELOW:
The Warming Trends Crossfire Pit Burner
One of Our Best Selling Warming Trends Fire Pit Burners
Montana Fire Pits is an authorized dealer of Warming Trends Crossfire Burners! We are a small family owned company based in beautiful Missoula, Montana. When you call us, you are going to talk to a real person! Give us a call and let us help you.
- All Brass Components
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
- 100% Manufactured in the USA!
As a certified Warming Trends dealer, we are happy to offer you the finest fire pit burner on the market.
If you want to really impress, choose the 240,000 BTU burner for your Warming Trends fire pit. Its 100% brass construction will never corrode or fail.
This Crossfire burner produces the tallest, brightest, hottest and most natural flame of any gas fire pit burner. It's sure to please with your Warming Trends fire pit design.
ICC Design Certified Crossfire™ Brass Burner is a state of the art outdoor patio flame system. Our Crossfire™ Brass Burner System was established with a specific air to gas mixture ratio which produces a taller, brighter flame while using half the fuel of conventional fire rings. This innovative technology has allowed our product to outperform all other outdoor fire pits on the market.
Warming Trends™ patented technology is unique only to our Crossfire™ Brass Burner System which allows you the benefit of offering your client’s money and gas savings rewards. Stop using those old fashion fire rings and move into the future.
Available Fuel Options
Natural Gas / Propane
Original Crossfire Burner
19.5" x 21.5"
Available Plate Options
Round 30"/ Square 30" / Round 36" / Square 36"
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
120K and 180K are our most popular sizes, but watch this short video to answer this question further!
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If you plan to go over 250,000 BTU you want to go for a dual flex line kit, stainless steel, whistle free. Watch this video for more info on how to nail your gas fire pit planning