Automated Fire System

Description

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Imagine taking a remote in hand and with a gentle press of a button, flames ignite and are soon dancing along the surface of your concrete bowls. With the purchase of our automated fire systems, this dream can be reality. We sell the top of the line of fire systems that can be controlled with either an individual remote or in conjunction with an existing pool remote. Be sure to read the specifications below so that you order the correct system for your bowl set up. If you have any questions, please contact us.
 

ALL WEATHER ELECTRONIC IGNITION SYSTEM

STANDARD CAPACITY – AWEIS SC

 
Flame / Heat Sense: Thermopile
Ignition Type: Hot Surface Ignition (Glow Plug)
Ignition Sequence: Intermittent Pilot
Ignition Source: Pilot
Max. Btu Output: 290K Btu/hr
Inlet / Outlet Size: 1⁄2” FPT
Operating Voltage: 24 volts ac
Inlet Gas Press. Limit: 2.0 ps
Valve Enclosure Dim.: 4 3/8” x 4 3/8” x 4 3/8” (tall)
 
The AWEIS SC is the smallest Electronic Ignition System for use in Fire Bowls and Fire Pits on the market today. Its small size, especially in height makes it the perfect match for those features that do not have much room in the vertical. With a maximum gas output of 290K Btu/hr – which is quite a large amount of gas – it can be used in most fire feature applications. For those features requiring even more gas we have the AWEIS High Capacity system shown below.

HIGH CAPACITY – AWEIS HC

 
Flame / Heat Sense: Thermopile
Ignition Type: Hot Surface Ignition (Glow Plug)
Ignition Sequence: Intermittent Pilot
Ignition Source: Pilot
Max. Btu Output: 512K Btu/hr
Inlet / Outlet Size: ¾” FPT
Operating Voltage: 24 volts ac
Inlet Gas Press. Limit: 2.0 psi
Valve Enclosure Dim: 4 ½” X 4 ½” X 5”(tall)
 
The AWEIS HC is a slightly larger version of the AWEIS SC in terms of physical dimension but delivers considerably more gas than its smaller counterpart. With a maximum gas output of 512K Btu/hr – which is a very large amount of gas – it can be used in the larger fire features that require a considerable amount of gas to create the desired effect.