Cascade Fire Table

Starting At $5,475.00

Cascade Fire Table

Starting At $5,475.00

Ledge Size: 4.75" Bottom Opening: 10"
84,000 BTU Crossfire Burner By Warming Trends
84K BTU Original Burner + 20" Round Plate + Key/Flex Line Kit (-$428.00)
140,000 BTU Octagonal Crossfire Burner by Warming Trends
140K BTU Octagonal Burner + 20" Round Plate + Key/Flex Line Kit
Ledge Size: 5.75" Bottom Opening: 14"
180,000 BTU Octagonal Crossfire Burner by Warming Trends
180K BTU Octagonal Burner + 25" Round Plate + Key/Flex Line Kit
To order samples, see link in product description below. Raw Steel arrives 2 weeks faster.
Monochrome
Earth Tones
Raw Steel (-$350.00)
Cascade Fire Pit with cover by Montana Fire Pits
Raw steel will come with some rust already formed, and will progress to be fully rusted over the years. You can coat the table with POR-15 Clear Rust Preventive Coating to keep rust from progressing, as well as to keep rust from running onto your patio.
Black Diamond
Shredded Black
Antique Charcoal
River Stone
Silver Nickel
Urban Stealth (Not Available)
Bunch Grey Texture
Alps White
Oil Rubbed Bronze Light
Ironstone Bronze Color Swatch
Ironstone Bronze
Rustic Texture
Midnight Blue Cast
U.S. Penny Vein
Lite Copper Cast (Not Available)
Alvord Beige
Almond Latte
Electronic ignition requires standard 110v electricity and comes pre-installed on the burner plate.
lighter
Match Lit
electronic ignition for fire pit
24V AWEIS Premium Electronic (+$2,095.00)
Select all that apply. We recommend a base of lava pebbles even if you also want logs or cannon fireballs. Logs or cannon fireballs would need to be removed in order for the steel cover to sit flush.
Cascade Fire Feature by Montana Fire Pits
Steel Tabletop (+$225.00)
soft vinyl fire pit cover
Soft Cover (+$150.00)
lava pebble for fire pit
Lava Pebbles (+...)
cannonballs fire media
Cannon Fireballs (+...)
ponderosa steel logs fire media
Ponderosa Steel Logs (+...)
aspen logs fire media for fire pit
Aspen (+...)
driftwood log set fire media for fire pit
Driftwood (+...)
weathered oak log set fire media for fire pit
Weather Oak (+...)
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Description

A timeless form is re-imagined with the hottest fire, most durable materials, and an understated beauty. This type of design maximizes seating and space efficiency to enable more guests to gather around the fire. The Cascade Fire Table/Bowl is hand-made in Montana with rugged steel and includes the best fire possible, thanks to the Crossfire Brass burner system by Warming Trends. Enjoy the hottest fire, best fuel efficiency, and most natural looking flames in the industry. (featured color: U.S. Penny Vein)

Included

  • Fire Table/Bowl made of American sourced mild steel 
  • Warming Trends Crossfire Brass Burner (High BTU Output System) 
  • 3/4″ key valve and flex line kit for flame height adjustment
  • 4″ chrome key and finishing plate
  • Aluminum burner plate (mounted 4″ below the finished top)
  • Match Lit, or add 24V Electronic Ignition
  • 4” non-marring adjustable feet
  • 3/16” flat steel cover optional
  • Key Valve Mounting Bracket
  • Crating & Freight are included in the price

Not Included

  • Regulator (not always necessary, and usually sourced from local installer)

Best practice is to start with 3″ of Lava Rock or Lava Pebbles. Calculate your media based on these openings:

  • 30″ No Ledge: 29″ Opening
  • 37″ No Ledge: 36″ Opening
  • 30″ With Ledge: 20″ Opening
  • 37″ With Ledge: 28″ Opening

Spec Sheet – Coming Soon

Burner/Components Installation Guide

Height

  • 18″ Tall
  • Comes with feet to allow for 4″ height adjustment
  • Feet must be installed to create ventilation gap

Shipping Weights

  • 30″ – 200lbs
  • 37″ – 275lbs

Shipping Details:

  • Your fire feature comes fully crated
  • Tools will be necessary to remove it from the crate
  • The freight company will contact you to schedule a delivery time that works well for you (this is curbside delivery)
  • Moving the fire table to it’s final location is your responsibility
  • Freight fees are included in the price
  • These are boutique fire features of the highest quality. They are not mass-produced, and the nature of the process will ensure you are happy with the product. Because of this, there is a wide variation in production time. In some cases, an additional 1-3 weeks is needed to complete and ship the vessel. Your patience in this process is greatly appreciated!

Warranty

  • Burner – Lifetime Warranty
  • Craftmanship (welds, structure) – Lifetime Warranty
  • Powder Coating & Materials – 2 Years
  • The finish is not warrantied against external forces at your location that may cause blemishes in the finish of the fire table. Please treat the surface with the utmost care.  

Damage in Shipping 

  • Carefully inspect your crate for damage. Take photos if needed.
  • Should damage occur during shipping, call us at 833-228-5244 x2

Returns

  • We warrant our products, when purchased new, to be free from defects in materials and workmanship. 
  • If you are not fully satisfied with your fire table, you can return it within 14 days of the delivery date.
  • Buyer is responsible for return shipping costs.
  • Returns are subject to a restocking fee of up to 15%.

Warranty

VIEW FULL WARRANTY AGREEMENT

  • BurnerLifetime Warranty
  • Craftmanship (welds, structure) – 10 Year Warranty
  • Powder Coating* & Materials – 1 Year Warranty
  • *The powder coating finish warranty does not cover blemishes or rust caused by external forces at your location or by any user. Please treat the surface with the utmost care and promptly seal chips or scratches. For best results, cover the entire fire feature when not in use. It is up to the end-user to ensure proper care is taken during installation and use of the fire table.
  • RUST: We guarantee your fire table will arrive rust-free and protected by the most durable powder coating possible. However, we cannot warrant against rust because of the vast diversity of climates and environments. The nature of steel is to rust. Montana Fire Pits works hard to fight against the elements to prevent rust as long as possible, but ultimately it is unavoidable.  If there are scratches and chips that occur, do your best to remove the rust and seal the scratch or chip.  If you see rust forming in corners, it will not compromise the structural integrity of the table.
  • What does the warranty cover? The warranty covers the fire table and all components provided by Montana Fire Pits. It DOES NOT cover contractor fees, equipment rentals, or labor of any kind. 
  • REPLACEMENT: On the rare occasion that we have determined you need a replacement product, Montana Fire Pits will remake it and ship it out to you. The original product will be scheduled to ship back to us in the crate in which your new product arrives. Please do not destroy the crate in the process of this exchange.  Montana Fire Pits is not responsible for installation expenses. If you wish to keep the original fire table, our customer service department would be happy to discuss this option with you.

Damage in Shipping 

  • Carefully inspect your crate for damage. Take photos of any suspected damage.
  • Should damage occur during shipping, call us at 833-228-5244 ext 01

Returns

    • We warrant our products, when purchased new, to be free from defects in materials and workmanship. 
    • If you are not fully satisfied with your fire table, you can return it within 14 days of the delivery date for any reason.
    • Buyer is responsible for return shipping costs.
    • Returns are subject to a restocking fee of up to 15%.

The table does not require assembly. However, the burner and fuel components DO require assembly, and must be performed by a local gas professional, such as a plumber or HVAC specialist. 

Click HERE for additional installation instructions. 

Why Steel?

It’s simple; steel is bullet proof and looks amazing. There’s also customization. With over 6,500 finishing options, and infinite sizes, you can easily have a one-of-a-kind fire feature at your home or commercial space. Sleek and modern appearances; strength and durability unmatched… go steel and never look back. 

The Burner Matters

Nothing compares to the Warming Trends Crossfire burners. The fire is where it counts. A better fire = a better experience. Bring the HEAT!
 
  • Lifetime Warranty
  • Twice the Flame
  • All Brass Construction (no corrosion)
  • Engineered “jets” create efficient and beautiful flames

Will it Keep Me Warm?

  • This burner produces incredible heat
  • For OPTIMAL warmth, you need to retain that heat
  • Here’s How

Raw Steel Option

Rustic Industrial: a design trend that is timeless and beautiful in so many regards. This incredible look goes with so many landscape designs, and accents spaces like few features can. With our raw steel option, you have choices. You can either take the hands-off approach, and let the rust fully mature. Or, you can seal it using POR-15 Preventive Clear Coating to stop the rust and act as a barrier. POR-15 is very simple to apply, and will keep rust from dripping down onto your patio or deck, if that is your desire.

Expect Excellence

Each fire table in our Venture series is hand-built by our welding team right here in Missoula, Montana. The nature of steel is that you will see beautiful variations in the metal, especially when you go for a smooth powder coating. From small imperfections on the surface, to subtle weld marks, and sometimes ultra-fine variations in the finish; expect a completely authentic and unique experience with finesse and character. We pay attention to the details to make sure your fire feature is suitable to be the best looking centerpiece in your space. We pair each fire feature with the best burner possible, which brings us to…

Heat Output

Somedays you just need that ambient glow that fire creates, and some days you need some serious heat output. The Venture Series offers the most heat/BTUs available in any fire feature. You’ll find plenty of imitators, but nothing compares to the Crossfire by Warming Trends. When you go with Venture, you can rest assured that you have the best. This is a lifetime investment; make sure it won’t disappoint. 

A Highly Functional Table Top

We’ve heard you loud and clear; you’d like to utilize your fire feature as a functional table when you’re not burning it. The Venture Series optional flush steel cover makes this possible. It is cut from the same sheet of metal and powder coated at the same time, so the color is very closely matched. Some variation is to be expected in color, but the size is a perfect fit every time. Even if you plan on using fire media that piles up, such as logs or cannonballs, we have found that in summer months when you don’t need as much heat retention, it makes sense to simply remove the top layer fire media and now your cover will sit flush. In order to cover your fire feature when the top fire media is in place, or during the long winter months, consider a durable, yet affordable, Cover Tuff by Covers & All

Incredible Colors by Prismatic

Prismatic Powders® brings an authentic, durable finish to your Venture.  

How It Works

You’ve got choices; and that’s how we like it. You can choose one of our pre-selected finishes, or from a huge selection of custom options. We’ve seen many custom finishes come through our shop, and they all look incredible. Don’t sweat the decision too much; we’re convinced that you’ll love the final product. Here are some tips as you choose your finish:

Textured Finishes

    • Very uniform coverage for a consistent finish
    • Adds a bit of depth to the look and feel
    • Covers up almost all imperfections in the steel, best for those who prefer an ultra-coherent surface

Sheen Options

Regardless of whether you choose a smooth or textured finish, you also have sheen options. Glossier finishes are easier to wipe clean, but may show light scratches a little more prominently, much like the clear coat on a new car (especially dark colors). If you want that beautiful fire-reflection, go glossy. If you prefer a more robust, stout vibe, consider the finishes that are more on the flat side of the spectrum.

Prismatic uses a gloss scale from 0-100, and you can view details of each color by using the search function HERE. In our descriptions, we have indicated gloss level by common terms: Flat, Matte, Satin, Gloss.

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Click HERE to get your free Prismatic color samples

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Fuel Requirements

Fuel = Flame

There are various pros/cons of Liquid Propane (LP) and Natural Gas (NG). The difference between LP and NG Warming Trends burners are the “jets”. If, down the road, you need to convert from LP to NG or vice-versa, you can do so by purchasing replacement jets from us at $25 each. 

Propane – pros

    • Flexibility/portability
    • Opens up new location possibilities
    • Sometimes NG is not available

Propane – cons

    • More expensive to burn than NG
    • Heavier than air, so it sinks down. This makes ventilation more important.
    • Requires refilling the tank
    • Hiding the propane tank can present new aesthetic challenges
    • Black soot tends to build up faster on fire media such as ceramic logs and cannonballs (it can be cleaned off)

Natural Gas – Pros

    • Cheaper to burn; you probably won’t even notice an increase in your gas bill. Clients of ours have reported $0.25 – $0.75 per hour
    • You won’t run out, so burn to your heart’s content without the dreaded “we’re out of gas”
    • Since it’s lighter than air and rises, there’s less likelihood of unwanted fuel accumulation in the vessel
    • Slightly cleaner burning; less soot build up

Natural Gas – Cons

    • Limited to what’s available in your area
    • May require upgraded meter or larger diameter fuel lines to provide adequate BTUs
    • The volume and pressure can be affected by other appliances
    • Might require a longer gas line, depending on where your fire feature will live  
    • Would be difficult to change the fire feature’s location after installation
    • Check the side of your gas meter for a BTU rating. Most commonly they are rated at 250K BTUs

Even though the standard key valve inlet is 3/4″, you may need a larger gas line to span long distances.

In order to get the proper volume and pressure of fuel, you need a gas line that is large enough in diameter to carry it sufficiently. For the most accurate assessment, consult a fuel professional. For a rough estimate, utilize our gas line sizing charts below. 

*Make sure the BTUs from your line can supply at least 60-70% of what the burner is rated at.

Propane Gas Line Sizing Chart

Natural Gas Line Sizing Chart

Gas line sizing variables

    • Using angled couplings can reduce the volume/flow of fuel
    • Adding a 90 degree angle in your line adds the equivalent of 5 feet of distance
    • Running different sized lines over various distances is acceptable, but for maximum fuel volume, run larger lines over long distances
    • Number of appliances, whether it’s a dedicated line or not; all these factors play a role in volume and pressure
    • Pro Tip: if you haven’t installed your gas line yet, consider running it in conduit so that if you ever need to repair or change it, you won’t have to dig it up

You can have great gas pressure, but if your line is too small, you may not get the desired flame. Think about it like filling up a swimming pool. If you reduce the nozzle size significantly, you may have a ton of pressure, but it’s going to take longer to fill up the pool. You need both pressure and volume to get a great flame. This is why the size of the gas line is so important. 

Now that you understand the importance of volume (BTUs), let’s talk pressure. 

Optimal Pressure:

  • LP: 11″ water column (w.c.)
  • NG: 7″ water column (w.c.)

Water Column is the term used to measure pressure. There are 27.7 inches of water column pressure in 1 PSI of pressure. So 7″wc is about 1/4 PSI. This is the normal pressure that household natural gas is delivered.

The device used to measure pressure of this type is called a Manometer

Pressure too High? You may experience unwanted noise

Pressure too Low? The flame will not be as tall and hot

Location of Gas Stub

  • Most commonly the gas stub is positioned underneath the fire feature so that you don’t see it
  • It can be off-center or on-center, depending on the size of your fire feature
  • You may want to go off-center if you’re using electronic ignition
  • The key valve is generally located on the side of the fire pit, so if it makes sense for your build, place the gas stub off-center to reduce the distance of gas stub to key valve
  • Most often, the plumber will use hard pipe to connect from the gas stub to the key valve. However, if they decide to use a flexible line, most lines are 36″ long, so it makes sense to try and keep the gas stub within 36″ from the key valve location
  • Instruct the contractor to keep the gas stub as low as possible to make room for electronic ignition, or in the case that the plate sets fairly low
  • On some builds, the plate sits only 8″ off the ground

You DO NOT need an air mixer with any of our burners. Air is mixed at each jet. 

LP Regulators

    • For optimal regulation for burners over 250K BTUs, contact a local propane supplier
    • For regulators 250K BTUs or lower, purchase our REGULATOR KIT
    • From the tank, propane is HIGH PRESSURE, so it must be regulated down, because the burners are low pressure
    • For longer gas lines, we often use a high pressure (10psi) regulator at the tank end, and a “2nd stage” regulator on the other end of the line to bring the pressure to 11-13″wc

NG Regulators

    • Consult a professional (plumber/HVAC)

Standard 20lb Tank

  • A standard 20lb/5 gallon BBQ propane tank can be used for burner systems 180K BTUs and under
  • The Canyonlands Fire Table is a complete unit that can have a self-contained propane tank
  • Burn time varies from 6-12 hours, depending on how hot you run it
  • Results may vary, and it is common for the fuel to “freeze up” with burners 180K BTUs and up. What that means is that after 45 minutes or so, the flame only goes to about half. Remedy this by using two tanks connected together

40lb Tank

  • This is a better option for most of our burners from 100K to 200k BTUs
  • It will give you longer burn times
  • Still relatively small and easy to move

High Volume Tanks

  • Contact your local propane supplier

Hiding the Tank

  • You can always run a larger diameter line and hide the tank in an inconspicuous location
  • You can purchase 20lb propane tank covers that make hiding the tank a cinch

Gas Consumption

  • All of our burners burn with incredible efficiency due to the engineered jets. They mix fuel and oxygen at the flame which makes it taller, brighter, and hotter using less fuel
  • Read all about how much fuel you might be burning at full capacity – Learn More

Compliance with the following standards:

  • ANSI Z21.97/CSA 2.41 Outdoor Decorative Gas Appliances
  • The burner system is certified nationally, however, it is up to the customer or contractor to verify local requirements

Certified Burners

Massachusetts

Effective May 5, 2021 over 100 Warming Trends CROSSFIRE burners will be approved for use in Massachusetts. 

All gas products approved for use can be found on the Massachusetts Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation (OCABR) website: Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation (OCABR). To confirm the approval of a product, simply:

  1. Visit the OCABR website.
  2. Select “Product Information” from the drop down, then click “Go.”
  3. Enter Product information.
    1. Select “Gas” 
    2. Manufacturer: Warming Trends, LLC
    3. Model Number: Enter the burner type and BTU output (i.e. CFB180, CFBT290, CFBO140) If you do not have the model information, you may search using only the manufacturer name to bring up all Warming Trends burners that are accepted. 

Click “Find Products” and see the listing of accepted products. 

Canadian Customers

Most metropolitan areas in Canada will require an automatic shutoff for fire pits over 65K BTUs in order to get a permit or certification.

  • Our Premium Electronic Ignition system has the proper fuel and flame censors to automatically shut down the fire when needed. Combine it with a dial timer to increase safety and ease. 
  • You can still purchase higher BTU burners without the premium ignition, and we will ship it with a fitting that limits the burner to 65K BTUs in the case that you’d like to have it certified.

 

Plates & Pans

Do you need one?

The main purpose of the plate or pan is to hold in the media (lava rock, glass, etc). It also acts like the hood of a car, in that it can be lifted up and out in order to access the gas line or key valve underneath. 

What’s it made of?

  • Aluminum
  • Aluminum does not rust

Is it ALWAYS necessary?

  • No, in some cases a plate is not necessary
  • You may decide to fill up the space with some gravel or lava rock and set the burner on that instead of a plate or pan
  • Using a plate/pan is the most convenient for installation and maintenance

Plates (No Sidewalls)

  • Appropriate for most builds
  • Sidewalls are not necessary when the burner is in the common position- recessed 3-5 inches below the finished top
  • Use stacked cinder blocks, bricks, or pavers under the plate. This makes for a simple and sturdy plate mount

Pans (2″ or 3″ Sidewalls. 2″ is Standard.)

  • If the top of your fire table overlaps, or encroaches into your opening, and its thickness is less than 3 inches, you may want a pan instead of a plate (since the pan has to be smaller than the smallest part of the inside diameter) 
  • The sidewalls help contain the fire media/lava rock

Drop-In Pans (2″ or 3″ Sidewalls + 1″-2″ Lip)

  • Sometimes necessary if you plan on building a portable fire feature and aren’t able to stack up blocks under the plate
  • Bar-height or uncommon builds might benefit from a drop-in pan
  • You will see a brushed aluminum metal band on the top of your fire feature when you use a drop in pan
  • Drop-in pans are available as a custom order – CLICK HERE
  • We recommend 3″ sidewalls with a 1.5″ lip in most cases

Does the plate attach to the burner?

  • In most cases, yes
    • When you order a package from us, most of the time it will come with a threaded piece welded on to the plate/pan
    • The burner screws onto it
    • It’s very simple to remove or attach the burner (righty-tighty, lefty-loosy… make sure to re-apply pipe dope/tape!)
  • It’s not required that the burner attaches to the plate/pan. You can set the burner directly on the plate/pan. This will reduce the height of the burner by 3/4″. This might be beneficial if you want to cover your fire feature with a flat cover

There are many methods to mount a plate/pan inside your fire feature. We’re just going to tell you our favorite way to do things because… well, it has worked well so far! With that being said, these methods may not work in all situations, so put your problem-solving hat on and get creative.

*Complete & RTF Systems:  you won’t need to worry about plate/pan mounting; they’re designed for simplicity

Mounting the Plate/Pan

  • Consider stacking up cinder blocks, bricks, or pavers inside the fire feature cavity
  • Place the plate/pan directly on the blocks
  • Adjust the block height by either adding some fill, or by digging underneath
  • Most commonly, plates/pans are mounted 3″-5″ below the finished top of the fire feature

Plate/Pan Depth

  • 4-5″ below the finished top is recommended
  • Recessing it deeper may make the fire seem smaller, and you won’t see the media as well
  • Recessing it to be more shallow can give it a “proud” look; where all the parts stick up high and make a statement. Though you may have to ‘mound’ the fire media up higher in order to cover the jets. It’s not a bad look, but you won’t be able to use a flat metal cover if that’s.
  • The depth at which the plate sits is really up to you. Keep in mind, the burner sits 3″ high from plate to the tip of the jet

If your fire feature is already built and you can’t use a standard sized plate, you have a few options:

Cut your plate to size on-site

    • Use a jig-saw with metal blade, or a grinder wheel with cutoff
    • It’s 3/16″ aluminum and your cut doesn’t need to look pretty

Make your plate bigger

    • Use concrete board to extend the size of the plate
    • Watch THIS VIDEO to get an idea

Order a Custom Size

*TIP: Give yourself about 1/2″ of space around the plate so that it’s easy to insert into the fire feature opening

Determining What You Need

(Recommended)

Enables easy flame height adjustment as well as the ability to turn the gas on or off.  All flex lines are stainless steel and whistle free.

FK1

  • For use with any 121K – 249K BTU Burner
  • Kit Includes: (1) 36” L x 3/4” Diameter Flex Line + (2) 3/4″ Flared Fittings + 3/4” Key Valve + 3” and 12” Key + 1/2” x 2” Nipple

FK2

  • For use with any burner 300K+ BTU
  • Kit Includes: (2) 36” L x 3/4” Diameter Flex Lines + (4) 3/4″ Flared Fittings + 3/4” Key Valve + 3” and 12” Key + (2) 3/4” x 3” Nipple + (2) 3/4” Tee + (1) 3/4” x 1/2” MM Reducer Fitting
FKM1 – Specific to the Mercury Ignition. Allows fuel connection from the ignition to the burner.
  • If the walls of your fire pit are 6″ or thicker, you may need this accessory
  • Trimmable
  • Closes the gap from the key valve to the decorative faceplate (escutcheon)
  • Can also be made onsite with hard pipe or sprinkler pipe

Vent Kit

Recommended Ventilation

  • 18 square inches on opposing sides (for cross-breeze)
  • Keep the vents lower towards the ground
  • Dimensions: 3 7/8″ x 12″

Types of Ignition

Match Lit (Most Common)

  • To light, turn your fuel valve (most commonly a key valve supplied by us) to a low volume
  • Use a lighter or match to ignite the flame manually
  • Gradually turn up the key valve so that the other jets light

Push Button Battery Operated Control Module + Spark Igniter Rod and Wire

  • AA Battery operated
  • Spark rod is mounted to the plate
  • Spark rod must be within very close proximity to a jet on the burner
  • To light, turn the key valve (separate product) to get gas flow going and press button until spark ignites the fuel
  • Without a mounting bracket, the button most commonly mounts to a metal fire pit

Push Button Ignition Kit + Mounting Bracket

  • The bracket allows for more mounting options
  • Can be used in place of a paver
  • Should be combined with a Key Valve/Flex line kit

Dimensions of bracket:

    • Width: Adjustable 8″-12″
    • Height: 3 7/8″ 
    • Depth: 5″

24 Volt Spark Ignition System – High Capacity: Spark Igniter + Control Module + 24 Volt Transformer + up to 400K BTU

  • Requires electrical
  • Comes pre-installed under the burner plate for easy drop-in installation
  • Must be covered when not in use
  • Can be used with any type of electrical switch, timer, remote, or home automation
  •  Turns fire on/off, does not adjust flame height
  • Recommended: add the Key Valve/Flex Kit if you want flame height adjustability

If your climate is damp or windy, you may consider the hot surface ignition instead

electronic ignition for fire pit

Hot Surface Igniter with Dual Pilot Tubes + 50VA/24VAC Transformer 

  • Requires electrical
  • Comes pre-installed under the burner plate for easy drop-in installation
  • Must be covered when not in use
  • Can be used with any type of electrical switch, timer, remote, or home automation
  • Great for lighting in damp or windy conditions
  • Standard Capacity Version: Up to 290K BTUs
  • Max Capacity Version: Up to 780K BTUs
  •  Turns fire on/off, does not adjust flame height
  • Recommended: add the Key Valve/Flex Kit if you want flame height adjustability

If your climate is damp or windy, this is the BEST ignition option

Mercury Ignition (Battery Powered)

Mercury Ignition Spark Igniter with Internal Safety Shutoff + 3 FT Pilot for use up to 240K BTU

  • Pilot assembly comes pre-mounted to the plate
  • Only available with burner and plate combo orders or the Venture Series
  • No key valve required
  • View INFORMATION PDF

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Beginning February 1st, 2023

Prices for our products will increase about 3% starting on February 1st. As always, with Montana Fire Pits you’ll enjoy:

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Lead Times & Shipping

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Lead Times

Transit time not included. Expect 1-2 weeks for the shipment to arrive.

  • Standard Burners: 2-5 Business Days
  • Custom Burners: 8-10 Business Days
  • Venture Series (Steel): 6 Weeks
  • “Ready to Ship” Fire Tables: 1-2 Weeks
  • Gather Series (Concrete): 8 Weeks
  • Fire Media: 2-4 Weeks
  • Backordered Fire Media: 3-4 Weeks
  • Ready to Finish Kits: 4-6 Weeks
  • Color Samples: 5-7 Days
  • Fire Pit Parts: 5-7 Days

Shipping Costs

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*Free Shipping: Applies to most orders over $99 in the continental U.S. with the following exceptions:

  • Burners/Plates over 36″:  $279.00
  • Electronic Ignition: $279.00
  • Ready to Finish Kits: $279.00

**Shipping to Canada: You may be charged additional border fees and taxes when you receive your product. Montana Fire Pits is not responsible for those fees.

**Please add products to your cart and enter your address to see more information on shipping costs to Canada

Our burners and fire features are hand-made in the U.S. and good things take time. These lead times are based on our best estimates and are updated weekly. Thank you for your patience as we strive to ship your fire gear as fast as possible.