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Old 10-24-2011, 10:51 PM   #1
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Firepit btu and gas line question


Hi,

I am making some improvements in my back yard and will be putting in a natural gas firepit. Don't fret, I will have a pro run my PE pipe, tracer wire, etc but I am gonna see if I can dig the trench.

The firepit will have an 18" ring with a smaller ring inside. I have seen so many different btu ratings I am lost. I was thinking that I'd need around 60,000 btu's but I saw one ring online that said 125,000 btu's. Anyone have advice or experience on this? I have 1/2 gas stub that I want to run this off of but if it is anywhere near 125K btu's then 1/2" won't cut it.

Thanks for the help.
John

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Old 10-25-2011, 11:42 AM   #2
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Just realized this should probably be moved to the Plumbing section; can an admin move for me? Or maybe HVAC is OK :-)


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