HPC - Bowl Type Pan Inserts - Electronic Ignition


HPC Bowl Type Pan Fire Pit Inserts - Remote Electronic Ignition

These are the top of the line, heavy duty, stainless steel fire pits controlled remotely via wall switch or remote.

Our Electronic Ignition fire pits are the only fire pit in U.S. & Canada certified up to 400k Btu.



HWI Series

• Comes fully assembled, ready to drop in.

• Flame safety - automatically relights flame if blown out.

• Requires wall switch, remote, or timer to operate - Sold Seperately

• Remote control start up - utilizes our hot wire ignition. No Spark!

• Constructed of #304 stainless steel pan, fire ring, and valve box.

• Hot wire ignition system—120v A/C (24v A/C available upon request).

• CSA Certified up to 400k Btu

• Includes 24” flex line, vinyl fire pit cover, and lava rock for pan.

See our drawings at HPCfire.com for more details.


Bowl Type Pan Fire Pit Insert Models – Pan is 2-3/8" deep w/ 1-3/8" lip

This style of pan is our most popular – available from the small 13" model to the large 43" version. 


Model # / Description / BTU

13SS90 HWI / 13" ID pan, 12" fire ring / 90K

19SS90 HWI / 19" ID pan, 12" fire ring / 90K

25SS150 HWI / 25" ID pan, 18" fire ring / 150K

31SS300 HWI / 31" ID pan, 24" fire ring / 300K

37SS300 HWI HC / 37" ID pan, 30" HC fire ring / 300K

43SS400 HWI HC / 42.5” ID pan, 36” HC fire ring / 400K


Model # / Description / BTU 

PENTA19HWI / 19” ID pan, 12” burner / 65k

PENTA25HWI /  25” ID pan, 18” burner / 125k

PENTA31HWI / 31” ID pan, 24” burner / 200k

PENTA37HWI / 37” ID pan, 30” HC burner / 250k

PENTA43HWI / 42.5” ID pan, 36” HC burner / 400k



Flames and flame colors on the website may appear differently in real life. To view the most accurate representation of the FIRE & ICE® flame and our regular flame sets, please visit your nearest dealer.

We reserve the right to update products, specifications and dimensions are subject to change. Please refer to the product manual to verify measurements and clearance requirements. All local building codes must be followed.