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HPC 25 Inch Linear Spark Ignition Fire Pit Insert
Starting at: $822.00
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HPC 24 Inch Trough Spark Ignition Fire Pit Insert
Starting at: $864.00
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HPC 37 Inch Linear Spark Ignition Fire Pit Insert
Starting at: $886.00
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HPC 36 Inch Trough Spark Ignition Fire Pit Insert
Starting at: $928.00
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HPC 49 Inch Linear Spark Ignition Fire Pit Insert
Starting at: $964.00
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HPC 48 Inch Trough Spark Ignition Fire Pit Insert
Starting at: $1,007.00
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HPC 19 Inch Round Bowl Spark Ignition Fire Pit Insert
Starting at: $1,019.00
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Firegear 40 Inch Square Flat Pan TMSI Spark Ignition Fire...
Starting at: $1,052.99
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Firegear 44 Inch Round Flat Pan TMSI Spark Ignition Fire ...
Starting at: $1,069.99
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Our spark ignition fire pit inserts create a warm fire at the push of a button! Ignition is simple-- just depress the button and turn the valve knob to cause a spark that lights the gas! Once lit, you can easily adjust the flame to the height and ambiance you desire. Should flame loss occur, the system safely and conveniently shuts down using flame-sensing technology. Everything operates from one AA battery--perfect for any outdoor setting! Made from high quality stainless steel, these burners will stand up against all weather conditions while resisting corrosion and rust to give you many years of peak performance. You'll receive your gas fire pit kit fully assembled and with all the essentials you'll need to get started to take the hassle out of installation. With the wide variety of shapes, sizes, and styles of burners, we are certain you'll find the perfect fire pit insert for your needs.

FAQs

What is included in the spark ignition kits?

  • Besides the burner insert, we also include a 35 inch whistle-free flex line.

Can I adjust the flame height with these burners?

  • Yes
    • If you can't turn the flame up, try checking the level of your gas tank. If the fuel level is really low, the fire won't adjust to its maximum height.
    • Also check the burner holes to make sure nothing is clogging them, especially if it's been a while since you last used your fire pit. Bugs, spider, and other debris can plug up the flame holes of the burner if it's sat unused for too long.