This table was built for our customers the Borman's in Arizona. They weren't sure of what the surface of the table was to be; so they sent us various tiles to work with. We configured many variations and photographed the process. Follow along to see the process.
In the pictures above you can see the propane controls or the fire feature. In between the glass mosaic pieces it was grouted which can also be any color. The table was on 6" wheels with a 20 lb propane tank underneath behind an access door.
The little metal corners on the bottom of the table you see are out riggers to set the table and stop it from wiggling when in place. Below is Amber Base Glass
in the fire table.
The next fire table was built by Brian Johnson of Omaha Nebraska, very nice! We supplied the components and Brian did the hard part, the table. We don't have the construction pictures but we do have the table finished. Add Bronze Base Glass and to pit with 1 lb of Ice Ice Ice Topper, you are done.
The blue is actually food coloring.
This particular table was a re-design of an HGTV fire table we built several years ago, for our customer in NYC. In this first photo you can see the bottom basin pan, which catches the water as it falls through, creating a white noise. And in the 2nd photo, up in the upper left corner, you can see the Auto Fill Valve which helps regulate and maintain water levels.
Intelligently designed with a removable panel for easy access for whenever maintenance is needed.
The custom table was constructed of a galvanized steel, with a natural gas Fire Bowl and an overall completed size of 60" x 60" by 28".
The FireGlass used was V Blue Reflective Base Glass.
Here you can see the tables metal frame being completed and ready for the surface work to begin. Note, how the water falls between the small slits around the square base of the fire bowl. Effectively hiding the waterfall, but not its white noise sound.
Here is an insane amount of pictures showing you our newest Fire Tables. These are just a few options on a few of these new laser cut tables. We will explain as we go. The table below is an aluminum table getting ready for the granite top that was picked out by it's new owner.
The granite goes on.
The Starfire Base Glass goes in with a 19" double stainless steel ring.
Here is the fire table in the customers backyard in Palm Springs California. They used a quick
disconnect gas line to connect the fire pit from the Barbecue."
The fire pit table below is one of our newer table designs. The customer used a Starfire Base Glass and Topped it with Copper Blue Topper, Lime Green Topper with a few Black Luster Topper accents. We built the aluminum framed table and used their granite.
The portable fire table/ pit below was built by Kris Day. This is a portable Propane Fire Pit and he installed Azurlite Base Glass. This is a fairly simple project that we can help you build by monitoring and supplying the correct parts. From the start here we go.
From start to finish, propane or natural gas burners with or without a pan, we can help you build your own.
The fire bowl below is one of our newest products/ projects. The first one went to Ramsey Burton in Kentucky of which after he installs it is his ten foot granite table we will show you pictures of his project. This is a 48" spun aluminum bowl with a 24" center bowl with a water feature with fibre optics. The outer bowl has a stainless steel ring for a full surround fire feature. So here are the first proto-type pictures from the shop.
The glass we used was our Multi Mix Base Glass
. At least 80 colors are showing.
These pictures show what happens when it gets darker as the fire is attracted to the water. Opposites attract, maybe this is why most of us are still together. The question is" Who is the FIRE?"
No we add the fibre optics in the center bowl. You can change the water head for a different effect.
We are going to be showing this for the first time in Palm Springs on December 06 2007 on Thursday evening at the Village Fest. This is just a base you would build your table around and we can add any feature or effect you would like. We will be adding several features to this fire/ water feature in the next few weeks. We will be posting pictures from the Village Fest after the first showing. If you dream it, we will build it.
The fire table below was built for Dr. Ramsey Burton in Kentucky. We are going to show you from beginning in the shop to the finished product that Ramsey envisioned for his patio. Ramsey did a wonderful job in planing, building and execution of this project. The glass he used was a Starfire Base Glass
with Ice Ice Ice Topper
on top. Here we go:
These were the pictures we sent Ramsey after assembly and testing of the fire bowl, water pumps and fibre optics. The glass we tested with usually is our Multi Mix Base Glass.
It tends to show off many colors and always looks great. Above you can see the gas line and electrical.
Access panel below. Below the bowl was fitted. Don't ever forget to install a trimming valve!
There are 6 colors on Ramsey's color wheel in the fibre optics.
Above and below you can see the cover Ramsey have made to protect the fire table when not in use. Great job Ramsey!
Click HERE or on the pictures of the Ritz Carlton Vortex' at Amelia Island Florida to how these were built. See the Videos!
Ritz Carlton Vortex Florida from Edgar Jaunzemis on Vimeo.
Ritz Carlton Vortex Page
The next table was built for a customer in La Jolla California. The table was 30" x 60" with a 24" x 54" fire pit area. They are going to make their own granite top to overlay.
All metal construction and their granite cut and installed.
The collection of Fire Tables below are from D Cook, one of our dealers and a manufacture of some really nice high end fire tables and planter boxes in any and all metals.
Below is our display just setting up in Palm Springs. This is a 36" steel table with a 42" aluminum top fitted with a 18" pan and we installed a 12" double stainless steel ring into the pan. On top of the table is one of our 18" low profile pans and to the right is one of our newer round stainless steel RV Fire Pit burners fitted for propane.
Below is an 18" aluminum Fire Table fitted with a 12" stainless steel ring burner. Below is an 18" steel Fire Table (uncoated) burning with Starfire Base Glass and a few Clear Diamonds on top. Below is our 18" Fire Table fitted with a single stainless steel ring burner. This is our low profile Fire Table also used in our RV Fire Pit series of pan burners.
Below is the 20" round stainless steel pan burner. We installed Black Magic for the show. The Black Magic gets the attention of almost every one. These pans will also be available in aluminum as well. These were designed with taking them out camping and when your finished you can install it in your table at home. Or just leave it on the table top or even leave it it on the ground. These can be made fro natural gas or propane. Below is our 18" steel Fire Table with Starfire Base Glass and Clear Diamonds on top.
Below is our 36" aluminum Fire Table. This is on the back of our show trailer just before we set the show up.
Above and below is our 18" Fire Table burning at the show.
Below is our 36" aluminum Fire Table with a triple 24" stainless steel ring installed. Above is with out the flash and below is with the flash so you can see what it really is!
Below is a 24" x 60" stainless steel Fire Table with a 12" x 48" burner area with Bronze Base Glass installed. We used a 38" "H" burner in stainless steel. The table was powder coated to the customers choice of colors. There were actually two of these delivered to San Diego. This was delivered and installed in San Diego California.
The fire pit/ table is at the Roxbury Hotel and we will show you the progress here from beginning to end. This was a propane installation with our FPPK burner. The colors used were:
Above shows the framing and the gas line coming in.
Below shows the pipe coming out of the floor and the thermocouple on the glass next to the igniter
Other Projects of Interest.
Currently under-development, our latest product" tubED" is
a fire feature that uses sound waves to electronically excite
gas molecules. Check out the Video Here