Our Block Fire Pit is offered in steel, aluminum or Cor-ten steel and has a deep pan for wood burning fires. When using with wood, only the steel in natural rust is available. Customize for gas with below options. For outdoor use only.
Choose from 10 standard finishes or custom RAL powder coating quoted upon request.
- Aluminum construction choose from any powder coat finish and oxidized zinc patina
- Steel construction - natural rust only
- Corten steel construction - rust patina only
Customize your Block Fire Pit with your choice of:
Gas Kit - a pre-installed match lit gas kit with an adjustable key valve, manifold, flex hose and fittings.
- Natural Gas 12" CSA Certified Penta Burner - Match Lit - 65K BTU
- Liquid Propane Kit - 12" CSA Certified Penta Burner - Match Lit - 65K BTU
Electronic Pilotless Ignition System - a stainless steel self-contained control box mounted within the fire pit body. Requires 110v and gas line. Switch operated. 12" Penta Burner - natural gas 65k BTU. Fire Pit Lid and Ball Valve to adjust flame height.
Ecosmart Burner - bio-ethanol Ecosmart stainless steel burner
Granite Top - 3/4" thick ultimate black granite with a honed finish. 1/2" reveal between granite and top of fire pit.
Lava Rock - Black or Terracotta lava rock 1" - 2"
Glass Rock - Recycled glass chunk aggregate 1/2" - 1"
Also offered upon request:
Lid - aluminum or granite
Safety aids - Glass surround, emergency stop, 2-hour timer
Ships in: 6 to 8 weeks
Ships from: Utah
Ore is a manufacturer of high-quality architectural elements located in the United States.
- All metals used contain 65% recycled content and are themselves recyclable
- Powder coating process emits no volatile organic compounds or VOC's
- Custom products available
The Natural Rust option is a process that begins at Ore and will continue to oxidize/rust to its own beautiful and unique finish depending on its environment. It is not recommended that you place the natural rust containers on sensitive, porous or light colored surfaces as color transfer may occur. If this is of concern, please consider the Cor-ten steel or Aluminum Powder Coat Rust options.
Cor-ten Steel exhibits increased resistance to atmospheric corrosion compared to other steels. This is because the steel forms a protective layer on its surface under the influence of the weather. The corrosion-retarding effect of the protective layer is produced by the particular distribution and concentration of alloying elements in it. The layer protecting the surface develops and regenerates continuously when subjected to the influence of the weather. In other words, the steel is allowed to rust in order to form the 'protective' coating.
Current lead times are approximately 6 to 8 weeks
Powder Coat Rust
Oxidized Zinc Patina on Aluminum
Natural Rust on Steel
For those keeping track of LEED points, the Ore products qualify in five categories: material content, indoor environmental quality (low-emitting adhesives and sealants), indoor environmental quality (low-emitting paints and coatings), material reuse and proximity. Final points will vary depending on material choices and destination.
We stand behind all of our products and finishes with multi-year warranties, as well as instructions to help you care for your pieces.
Both our Powder Coated Aluminum and Natural Rust Steel products have a 5 year limited warranty on their structure. The finish on the Aluminum Powder Coated containers have a 3 year limited warranty. The warranty on wood products is 1 year. There is no warranty on the finish of Steel Powder Coated products. There is no warranty on all wood burning fire pits both structure and finish due to the variables of a wood burning fire. In the event of a warranty claim, the owner will be required to provide proof of purchase, and a sales receipt verifying the date. Ore Inc. at its option may repair or replace the product to good working condition by using new or refurbished components. If repair is not possible, we will replace or refund the items when applicable. Ore Inc. reserves the right to inspect the product prior to replacement or repair of the product.
This warranty covers defects in manufacturing discovered while using the product as recommended by the manufacturer. The warranty does not cover loss or theft, nor does coverage extend to damage caused by misuse, abuse, unauthorized modification, accidental damages, scuffs or scratches, improper installation, negligence or damage caused by improper maintenance or cleaning, custom paint colors, improper storage conditions, lightening, or natural disasters. The warranty does not cover parts that are subject to normal wear and tear. Damage caused by impurities or acts beyond our control are not covered. Any product or part that has been repaired or altered in any manner outside of Ore Inc., unless previously authorized in writing by Ore Inc., will void warranty. This warranty does not allow recovery of incidental or consequential damages such as loss of use, damage to property or other consequential damage, and Ore Inc. accepts no liability for such damage. All of Ore Inc. fire pits are for exterior use only. Installation and all service for Ore Inc. fire pits must be performed by a qualified installer, service agency or gas supplier. Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance can cause injury or property damage. Read the installation, operation and maintenance instructions thoroughly before installing or servicing this equipment. Failure to follow these manuals voids any warranty and Ore Inc. accepts no liability for such damages which may occur.
LIMITS OF LIABILITY
Should the product(s) fail, your sole recourse shall be repair or replacement. We will not be held liable to you or any other party for any damages that result from the failure of this product. Damage excluded include, but are not limited to, the following: lost profits, lost savings, lost data, damage to other equipment, and incidental or consequential damages arising from the use, or inability to use this product. In No event will Ore Inc. be liable for more than the amount of your purchase price, not to exceed the current list price of the product, and excluding tax, shipping and handling charges, duties and taxes.
Ore Inc. disclaims any other warranties, express or implied. By installing or using the product, the user accepts all terms described herein. The Ore Inc. warranty is limited to the above conditions and to the warranty period specified herein and is exclusive.
Return shipping costs to be paid for by Customer. The cost of shipping to the manufacturer, or authorized repair center, or payment of any customs clearance fees and duties are the responsibilities of the consumer.
POWDER COATING MAINTENANCE
Aluminum surfaces need to be maintained properly to optimize the appearance and performance of the coating during the product life. Coating maintenance involves regular monitoring, cleaning, and damage repair. Surface cleaning removes accumulated materials that can affect the appearance or undermine the integrity of the coating. It is important to clean the coated surface often to keep it substantially free of harmful agents. Regular cleaning will increase coating longevity. The required cleaning frequency is determined by the types and amounts of corrosive materials accumulating on the coated aluminum. For coastal installations, the cleaning frequency may need to be as often as once per month. For example, events such as storms may necessitate unscheduled cleanings. Maintenance activities need to begin as part of the installation process. Construction soils should be removed as soon as possible, and any film damage should be repaired promptly. The types and accumulation rates of any corrosive materials should be documented and used for developing the cleaning frequency schedule on the containers.
Methods for cleaning your powder coated product include the use of water and mild soap with a soft brush or sponge. Spot testing should be performed prior to cleaning to ensure there is no coating damage or staining from cleaning materials. Strong solvents, abrasive cleaners, hard pads, and brushes can cause film damage and discoloration. It is best to clean powder coated items when surface areas are cool. Rinse the surface thoroughly after each cleaning and do not allow cleaning materials to run outside of the application area. In the event of damage, such as a scratch down to the bare metal, please contact our office at 801.936.0499 or firstname.lastname@example.org and we will further assist you.