See-Thru Logs

See-Thru Gas Log sets are for fireplaces that have openings on both sides (like a fireplace that has an opening facing your den and one facing your dining room). You can also place "See-Thru" gas log sets in peninsula fireplaces (openings on 3 sides). "See-Thru" log sets are "finished" on all sides so they look very nice from any angle. Standard gas log sets are only "finished" on the front side.

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Vented Gas Logs

Vented Gas Logs must be installed in a fireplace with a fully functional chimney, to draft the smoke and combustion gases from your home. These log sets have been available for over 50 years and are still the most popular. Vented logs are the logs that most resemble a realistic wood fire. They use an open damper, which limits heating efficiency. Just like burning a wood fire, most heat escapes the chimney and only a small amount is returned to your home. Vented log sets are more flexible. Logs can be repositioned according to preference.

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Vent Free Gas Logs

Vent Free (also known as non-vented, unvented or ventless) Gas Logs do not require a chimney. They keep 99 percent of the heat produced in your home and are very efficient as a primary heat source. All of our vent free logs are equipped with an ODS (Oxygen Depletion Sensor). This device cuts the flame off if the oxygen level in the air drops below a safe level (this situation is very rare). Vent Free logs cannot be repositioned once they are installed. This is due to vent free log sets having to maintain a complete clean burn which requires the logs to sit on the grate in only one way. Some states (California, Massachusetts, and a few others) require special permits in order to operate non-vented appliances indoors. It is the customer's responsibility to know his or her local codes and limitations.

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Vented Ignition Method - Manuel Safety Pilot

The Manual Safety Pilot lighting method features an included pilot valve assembly you install on your burner. You then have a pilot light that you can keep lit, giving you the ability to turn the log set on and off as many times as you want without ever holding a match to the burner. The safety pilot kit has a safety mechanism built-in which senses if the pilot light ever goes out and shuts off the gas supply.

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Vented Ignition Method - Match Light

The Match Light lighting method is the basic method featuring no pilot valve assembly at all. All you have to do is place your match or lighter in the fireplace near the log burner and turn on the gas with your key valve already installed near your fireplace. Control the flame height by adjusting your key valve.

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Vented Ignition Method - Variable Flame Remote

The Variable Flame Remote lighting method features an included pilot valve assembly you install on your burner. You then have a pilot light that you can keep lit giving you the ability to turn the log set on and off as well as adjust the flame height, all with the included remote control. The safety pilot kit has a safety mechanism built in which senses if the pilot light ever goes out and shuts off the gas supply.

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Vented Ignition Method - Basic On/Off Remote

The On/Off Remote lighting method features a pilot valve assembly pre-installed on your burner. You then have a pilot light that you can keep lit giving you the ability to turn the log set on and off with the included remote control. You can not however adjust the flame height with the remote. The safety pilot kit has a safety mechanism built in which senses if the pilot light ever goes out and shuts off the gas supply.

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Vent Free Ignition Method - Manuel Safety Pilot

The Manual Safety Pilot lighting method features a pilot valve assembly pre-installed on your burner. You then have a pilot light that you can keep lit giving you the ability to turn the log set on and off as many times as you want without ever holding a match to the burner. The safety pilot kit has a safety mechanism built in which senses if the pilot light ever goes out and shuts off the gas supply. It also will shut off the gas supply if it senses a lack of oxygen as well.

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Vent Free Ignition Method - Variable Flame Remote

The Variable Flame Remote lighting method features a pilot valve assembly pre-installed on your burner. You then have a pilot light that you can keep lit giving you the ability to turn the log set on and off as well as adjust the flame height, all with the included remote control. The safety pilot kit has a safety mechanism built in which senses if the pilot light ever goes out and shuts off the gas supply. It also will shut off the gas supply if it senses a lack of oxygen.

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Vent Free Ignition Method - Basic On/Off Remote

The On/Off Remote lighting method features a pilot valve assembly pre-installed on your burner. You then have a pilot light that you can keep lit, giving you the ability to turn the log set on and off with the included remote control. However, you can not adjust the flame height with the remote. The safety pilot kit has a safety mechanism built in which senses if the pilot light ever goes out and shuts off the gas supply. It also will shut off the gas supply if it senses a lack of oxygen.

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G4 Burner

This base model G4 burner is characterized by a single pipe running from left to right within the burner pan. There are holes in the bottom of the pipe spanning the entire length of it for the gas to come from, providing maximum flame coverage. The silica sand spread over the pipe (vermiculite for LP applications) and the glowing embers atop that add depth to the flame so rather than just one wide row of flames, you get a more realistic flame pattern.

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G45 Burner

The G45 offers the same pipe burner as the G4 but adds a "T" shaped, extra front burner which accentuates front ember presentation and adds even more depth to the flame, while maximizing warmth. With this burner, you will see more glowing embers and a small row of front flames, again adding more realism for your fireplace.

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TNA Burner

The TNA Burner is designed for use in narrow-backed fireplaces with tall or short tepee log arrangements.

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F Burner

The F Burner is the basic single tube burner that produces a pleasing, variable flame with a more compact ember bed.

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FX Burner

The FX Burner features the same main burner tube as the F, but adds dual ember booster tubes for a larger, brighter ember bed in front of the logs.

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G8 Burner

The G8 burner features one flame in the middle of your log set with no glowing ember bed.

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G9 Burner

The G9 burner features three separate flames and a glowing ember bed for added realism.

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G10 Burner

The G10 burner features three separate flames, a glowing ember bed and a burned through front log for incredible realism.

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CS Burner

The CS Burner is an original pan type burner, which can be used with legs for a clean look or without legs for a pit fire look.

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LD and LC Burners

The LD Burner features multi-tiered burners integrated with the log grate.

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DFF Burner

The DFF Burner uses two F burners which are Rasmussen's basic single tube burner that produce a pleasing, variable flame with a more compact ember bed. These 2 burners are set back to back and connected with the included pipe fittings providing the same great look from either fireplace opening.

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G46 Burner

While the G4 and the G45 are the most popular Peterson burners, the G46 burner is growing in popularity because it is certified to ANSI standards, a requirement in some parts of the country. This patented Ribbon Burner Technology System features a control valve with a built-in regulator and piezo ignition system. For Natural and L.P. Gas, they are only available in standard configurations - no see-thru sets available. From 40,000 to 65,000 BTUs, available with factory installed manual safety pilot, basic on/off remote control (-11 series) or variable flame height remote (-15 series). Another benefit is that the pre-installed components (pilot kit, ignitor, regulator) are all neatly contained within the angled sides and the rear of the burner system rather than having a bulky pilot kit sticking out of one side or the other!

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G4-SS Burners (Outdoor Stainless Steel)

Any Peterson vented log set that is available with the regular G4 burner is also available with the Outdoor Stainless Steel G4-SS burner. This burner is just like the G4 with the exception that it is made of 18 gauge stainless steel and is ready to handle the elements outdoors. Available in natural gas and propane, you can finally have just as nice of a log set outside as you do inside. The propane model comes with a pre-assembled manual safety pilot, contained in a stainless steel protective enclosure. It is not recommended to add any of the Peterson manual or remote pilot kits as they are not designed to handle the conditions of an outdoor application.

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EPIC Burner

EPIC burners are made for the Mammoth Pine oversize log sets only. These sets are only available in 36", 48" and 60" sizes. They are available in both natural gas and propane, standard and see-thru and all come with a pre-assembled, basic on/off remote control system. The burner features plenty of flame from the one row burner (similar to G4) but no glowing ember bed.

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FPB55 Burner

FPB55 Flat Pan burners are made for the Sierra Pine log sets. They feature a burner within a pan enclosed on all sides, holding the glowing embers inside rather than them sprawling out like the more popular burners. They are certified to ANSI standards and are not available in see-thru configurations.

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G45-GL Burner

For use with the Peterson Fire Glass sets. A basic burner where the glass sprawls out of the front of the burner to the fireplace floor (like glowing embers in a regular gas log set.

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PB Burner

For use with the Peterson Fire Glass sets. A basic burner where the glass is contained within the PB (pan burner) burner.

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Peterson Classic Series

Peterson Classic series gas logs feature the classic, single tone log color with a one piece front log and several smaller logs up top for stacking.

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Peterson Charred Series

Peterson Charred series gas logs feature amazing burned-through realism because the front log is actually in two pieces giving the appearance the fire has been burning for a while, showing more flame and glowing embers.

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Peterson Designer Series

Peterson Designer series gas logs feature two-tone log color, providing natural color and bark details to enhance your hearth with a one piece front log and several smaller logs up top for stacking.

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Peterson Designer Plus Series

Peterson gas log sets with "Plus" in the item name feature one more top log than the similar log style without "Plus". Example: Peterson 24 inch Golden Oak comes with 4 top logs whereas the 24 inch Golden Oak Designer Plus comes with 5.

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Peterson Fire Glass Series

Real-Fyre's new Glass Burner System brings this enthralling experience to any fireplace. This hot-yet-oh so cool contemporary touch enhances any home or restaurant, particularly ideal for those in the desert or seaside. The Glass Burner System is easy to assemble and install - plus, it's environmentally safe. There's no mess. Specially formulated tempered and tumbled glass is safe to handle since it has no sharp edges. Enjoy Real-Fyre's Glass Burner's glittering brilliance for a lifetime. Peterson Fire Glass sets are available in 5 colors: Black, Clear, Sapphire Blue, Emerald Green, and Bronze. A fire glass set is designed to be used in place of a gas log set and features a mound of the glass spread over the burner. When you turn on the gas, a unique looking flame comes up from the colored glass. Add any of the Peterson geometric shapes for an even more unique look. G45-GL and PB burners are what's available with the Peterson Fire Glass sets. These are both very basic burners. With the G45-GL burner, the glass sprawls out of the front of the burner to the fireplace floor (like glowing embers in a regular gas log set) whereas all of the glass is contained within the PB (pan burner) burner.

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Rasmussen Traditional Series

Rasmussen Traditional log sets feature a one-piece front and rear log together with a variety of smaller pieces for stacking.

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Rasmussen Evening Series

Rasmussen Evening series gas log sets feature a broken, charred front log for enhanced realism and additional ember bed inside the log set.

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