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    Copperfield T-Style Gas Starter Pipe with Mixing Chamber for Natural Gas - 47120

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    Manufacturer: Copperfield
    Part Number: 47120
    eFireplaceStore Item Number: CPF-47120
    UPC: 00054773114037


    • T-Style Gas Starter Pipe with Mixing Chambers for Natural Gas
    • Install easily with 1/2" threads
    • Includes 2 8" pipe
    * Please Note: The specific item described on this page is the item labelled with the letter "A" in the group pictured.

    Gas starter pipes are a convenient and easy way to light a wood fire inside your fire place. The pipes have 1/2 in. pipe threads and are easy to install. Each pipe has several 1/8 in. openings that emit gas and spread it evenly under the logs.
    Customer Questions & Answers
    By John from Dallas, TX on December 5, 2013
    What is the little opening with a swinging door on the gas starter pipes for? Do I need to purchase a gas starter pipe with or without this opening? And do I keep this open or closed when starting a fire?
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on December 6, 2013

    The small flap is an air mixer opening that helps to balance the fuel to air ratio for a cleaner burning flame. The flap can be adjusted for best performance of the log lighter. Some log lighters are still produced without the mixer, but it is best to utilize one with it.

    By Mike from Hillsborough, NC on May 9, 2016
    Can the item labeled A be used with Propane gas?
    By Will M. on May 10, 2016

    This cannot be used with LP and there is no other configuration available for the burner ports.

    By Paul Figliuolo from Norridge, IL on February 19, 2013
    I have a wood-burning fireplace and want to install a gas line to the fireplace and add a gas starter. What do I need to purchase for this to work?
    By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on February 19, 2013

    To run the gas line to your fireplace, we recommend contacting a local plumber to route the line according to code. Depending on where the pipe line can enter the fireplace, you can either use this T-Style gas starter pipe or one of these other two options:

    Copperfield Straight Gas Log Lighter with Mixing Chamber for Natural Gas

    Copperfield 90 Degree Elbow Gas Starter Pipe with Mixing Chamber for Natural Gas.

    By David Shay from on January 23, 2012
    What pipe do i need to order for a LP gas fire place starter? I have the mixing chamber. The pipe is straight and around 17 inches long. I just need the pipe.
    By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on January 24, 2012

    Unfortunately, the manufacturer has recently discontinued the 17" straight LP log lighter (labeled "E" in the picture) and it is no longer available. We apologize for this inconvenience.

    By Janet from Hartford, CT on June 30, 2015
    I am looking for the correct gas starter kit or a conversion kit for this Copperfield T-Style pipe and mixing chamber. Do you sell these? Our professional installer has installed the feed pipe but he is not familiar with fire starter kits.
    By Will M. on June 30, 2015

    While the T-style propane version of this product has been discontinued and we do not offer any type of a conversion kit, we do offer the 17" straight pipe version in liquid propane.

    By Danny from Arden ,NC on August 23, 2016
    Will this work for an outdoor fireplace?
    By eFireplaceStore on August 23, 2016

    This log lighter can be used in an outdoor application, but a better option for increase longevity would be a stainless version. An example is the Hearth Products Controls Straight Natural Gas Stainless Steel Log Lighter Burner Kit - 17 Inch. I'm afraid that I do not have this in a T style.

    By Thomas from AZ on December 7, 2015
    I recently had an outdoor fireplace built. I ran a natural gas line to the fireplace as I originally intended to use a gas log set. I never installed a gas log set as I have decided I would rather do wood burning. Is there any issue with simply using these Copperfield T-style gas starter pipe with mixing chamber gas starters for wood burning in lieu of a gas log set? Also, are these okay for outdoor use?
    By Will M. on December 8, 2015

    You will need to use a Stainless Steel Log Lighter for outdoor use, but please note that log lighters should only be used to start the fire and shut off via the manual valve (not included) once the fire is lit.

    By Otto from Mendham, NJ on January 26, 2012
    What type piping do I need to connect to T-Style Gas Starter Pipe? Can I use black pipe to connect to T-Style gas starter pipe?
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on January 26, 2012

    That is correct. Black iron pipe with a 1/2" diameter is the most commonly used material to make this connection.

    By Doug from Katy, TX on October 19, 2013
    Do natural gas pipes require a mixing chamber?
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on October 21, 2013

    Depending on the design of the log lighter, a mixing chamber may or may not be needed. On models equipped with one, the chamber is designed to ensure a safe air to fuel ratio and proper ignition. A chamber will be included with the log lighter, if the lighter is designed for use with one.

    By Manida from Dallas, TX on June 21, 2013
    Can I use the mixing gas chamber on B or C or D to cap on my existing gas pipe for natural gas starter fire place?
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on June 21, 2013

    I only recommend using the mixing chamber with the burner pipe it comes with. Because of the variety of burner port sizes that are used across the industry, the internal orifice in the chamber is likely to be the wrong size for your existing pipe.

    By chuck hayes from on November 27, 2011
    What does this unit hook up to?
    By Kevin E. - Fireplace Specialist on November 28, 2011

    This particular gas starter is designed to connect to a gas line that enters the fireplace in the center of fireplace floor. It simply threads right onto the gas inlet.

    By warren from georgia on August 17, 2012
    Do you have an instruction manual available? How does this pipe install?
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on August 20, 2012

    Unfortunately, we do not have any written literature for this product, as it is intended to be installed only by a licensed plumber.

    This particular gas starter pipe has the inlet fitting in the center, which is convenient for fireplaces with a supply line in the center of the firebox floor. Each piece can be assembled individually, using gas line tape.

    Customer Reviews
    Copperfield T-Style Gas Starter Pipe with Mixing Chamber for Natural Gas - 47120 ( 34.95 )
    5 out of 5 Stars based on 1 review(s) - sorted by Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    Gas Starter Pipe Works GREAT!
    Mark Sunderland
    from Dallas, TXon
    December 27, 2011
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    I purchased two of these, installed them & used them a couple of days later. They work great & I don't have any trouble starting a nice fire! :-)
    Easy installation.


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