Komodo Linear expands the ways fire can be used to enhance outdoor spaces.
March 10th, 2014
With long, tall dimensions, Komodo can be used to define and frame, creating separators that bring people together – a grand central feature in a modern yard or a dramatic divider for hotels, restaurants and social spaces. Komodo Linear is 213 x 406 and 610 mm tall. It is powered by a 1829 mm long, natural gas or propane burner that produces 116 MJ/h and utilizes an electronic spark ignition that can be controlled by a wall switch or handheld remote.
Komodo is available in a black, graphite or white powder-coated finish or in Corten weathering steel and comes complete with your choice of topping medium and a commercial-grade all-season cover.
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