Pallas

Pallas

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Pallas' name was derived from the Greek word “pallô”, meaning spear. This sleek yet balanced fire feature is perfect for large gatherings and groups.

Finish
Birch, Smoke, or Carbon

Dimensions
60"L  X  24"W  X  14"H

Approximate Weight
200 - 400 lbs.

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Everything's included: The burners installed in the features are brassed in aluminum and allow 10K BTU’s per orifice, resulting in 200k-400k BTU output. This produces a flame that is twice the size of typical prefabricated features, while using roughly half the amount of natural gas.

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 3/4" pipe opening, works with natural gas or liquid propane, suggested to fit inside a 8" x 44” opening

3/4" pipe opening, works with natural gas or liquid propane, suggested to fit inside a 8" x 44” opening


The Features

  • Precast concrete fire vessel.
  • Warming Trends Crossfire Brass Burner 180K BTU (as per each different burner based on model).
  • Key valve, flex hose, metal burner plate.

  • Black Lava Rock (2-4" size)

 Ceramic orbs in place of lava rock (not included)

Ceramic orbs in place of lava rock (not included)

 Lava rocks (2-4")

Lava rocks (2-4")


Colors & Finishes: Nisho is hand-crafted out of glass fiber reinforced concrete (GFRC), which consists of high strength alkali-resistant glass fiber that are embedded into the concrete matrix. Choose from a Birch, Carbon, or Smoke hand crafted finish where each color may have a slight variation. Both exude form, function, and are of exquisite craftsmanship.

 Birch

Birch

 Carbon

Carbon

 Smoke

Smoke

Features are made of a cementitious GFRC material. As they are natural characteristics of concrete, color variations and some surface imperfections should be expected and understood by the client. All efforts are made to keep colors and finishes as uniform as possible, but some variances and imperfections will occur in concrete based products. Products have been pre-sealed but it is recommended that a concrete sealer be used annually to maintain that the concrete feature is sealed over the course of time.