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What Is A CSA Safety Certified Fire Pan Kit?

CSA Safety Certified Fire Pan Kits are engineered & designed to meet strict international CSA safety certifications.

The CSA Group is a global organisation dedicated to safety, social good and sustainability. They are a leader in Standards Development and in Testing, Inspection and Certification around the world.

The CSA mark indicates that a product has been tested against and has met the requirements for safety, performance and/or energy efficiency for the U.S. and/or Canada. These requirements are based on nationally recognised Canadian and/or U.S. standards as well as any other recognised documents that are used as a basis for certification.

Why Is CSA Safety Certification Important?

Only when a product has been certified to an applicable standard is it entitled to bear the appropriate CSA mark. CSA marks may appear on product packaging or be located on the product itself, depending on the individual requirements of each applicable standard. For consumers, the mark can help provide increased assurance of quality and safety.

What does it come with?

All Fire Pan Kits are available for natural gas and LPG and come with the following:

1 x Burner Pan

1 x Burner Ring, Rectangular or Linear

1 x Battery powered, push button ignition system

1 x AA Battery 

Necessary components & accessories

key features

Automatic Flame Sensor – Each Fire Pan Kit comes with an automatic flame sensor & thermocouple that detects the presence of flames, closing the gas line if the flames are extinguished.

Heavy Duty Construction – The tripple re-enforced side walls & rolled edges make our burner pans ridiculously strong and durable. This means you won’t ever have to worry about warping or distortion issues.

Easy to Ignite – Easily ignite your fire pit with our battery powered, push button control panel. Simply press and hold the push button and turn your gas valve to the “on” position.


Sharp Engineering always recommends installation be done by a qualified service technician that is locally licensed.