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1 General FirePit Guidance Featured

General Guidelines for FirePits: 1) The burner should be installed with the holes (burner ports) pointed downward for better flame dispersion and to avoid the burner filling up from rainwater (which will decrease the life of the burner). 2) The burner should…

2 FireGlitter (Glass) and FireDrops (Beads) Calculations for Fire Pits

FireGlitter (Glass) and FireDrops (Beads) Calculations for Fire Pits 90 pounds of FireGlitter, or 110 pounds of FireDrops, will approximately fill 1 cubic foot. To determine the minimum amount of glass required, compute using the following formulas by filling…

3 FP20B Instructions and Composition

FP20B Fire Pit Logs Recommended Configuration (PDF attached) Set Composition—7 logs total: 1—D12 2—C10 1—D13 2—C13 1—D20

4 I can't find replacement parts for my Rasmussen Gas Log or Solaire Grill, what should I do?

Q: I can't find replacement parts for my Rasmussen Gas Log or Solaire Grill. What should I do? A: Please view our online store at: www.rasmussen.biz If you do not find what you are looking for, please send an email to: info@rasmussen.biz *When requesting…

5 Match Lighting a Natural Gas Set

To light a “match-lighted” set (no standing pilot safety control installed): 1) Ensure the damper and glass doors are wide open. 2) Light a match or Aim-N-Flame. 3) Place it on the burner pan on the side from which the gas enters the burner (usually the…

6 Volcanic Ash Calculations for Fire Pits

Volcanic Ash (VA) Calculations for Fire Pits For Rectangular uses (average front and rear widths for tapered fireplaces): ____ Width times ____ Depth times ____Thickness divided by 33.2 = ____Pounds of VA required Example: 24" Width, 12" Depth, 2" Thickness…

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