Kay Park Recreation Fire Ring Kay Park Recreation FR730TB
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Kay Park Recreation Fire Ring

Provides 300 sq. in. of cooking space

Availability: Pre-order (Ships Direct from Manufacturer)
Stock Number: 36063
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Kay Park Recreation Fire Ring with Tilt Back Staples

This fire ring with tilt back staples can be mounted on concrete using two 1/2˝ dia. staple-type anchor rods which allow the unit to tilt for easy clean up.

The durable ground-mounted grill features a flip-up grate with cool spring handles on each side. The 7˝H x 30˝ dia. ring is constructed of 3/16˝ thick steel and is painted with non-toxic black enamel that is heat- and rust-resistant. The 15˝ x 20˝ grate consists of 1/2˝ steel rods welded on 1˝ centers. A 1˝ formed flange around the top of the fire ring provides extra strength.

Product Notes:
  • Ships Motor Freight/Common Carrier.
Brand: Kay Park Recreation
UNSPSC: 56101600

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How are tilt back staples installed How are tilt back staples installed
It is recommended to dig a 6”x6”x12” hole and fill it with concrete Before the concrete cures install the staples into the concrete. This will prevent the staples from pulling out of the ground when the fire pit is tilted back for cleaning.