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Plateau PTO30 Outdoor Gas Fireplace


Details

  • Manufactured by: Regency

Description

For custom applications, the Regency Plateau™ outdoor gas fireplace brings you the design versatility of linear stainless steel burner to any outdoor landscape. Whether you are a landscape designer or a homeowner looking to renovate an outdoor living space, the Regency Plateau outdoor fireplace creates endless design possibilities to your outdoor oasis. For an incredible dramatic effect, you can connect two Plateau outdoor gas fireplaces to make an impressive 60” linear gas fireplace.

Specifications

NG

LP

Maximum BTU

50,000

49,000

Turn Down BTU

50,000

49,000

 

Room Size

Outdoor Only

Vent Type

No Vent

 

Finished Top Dimensions

 

Width (front)

41.5"

Depth

17"

 How it Looks:

  • Design versatility for any outdoor living space
  • Clean contemporary lines with picture frame quality
  • Choice of vibrant crystals, relaxing volcanic stones or traditional ceramic logs
  • Outstanding long, full, lazy flames create a dramatic central focus.
  • Optional tempered glass wind shield to ensure a strong flame picture 

How it Works / Standard Features:

  • Durable outdoor construction with a 30" stainless steel burner
  • Electronic ignition for cost savings and optimal operating efficiencies
  • Safety valve turns the gas / propane off if the flame goes out
  • Seasonal weather resistant cover to protect the fireplace when not in use
  • Operates on natural gas or propane
  • Approved for outdoor installation only 




Specials

Regency Fall Savings

Fireplace Installations

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