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Empire 30" Multi-Sided Rock Creek Refractory Ventless Natural Gas Log Set and Millivolt Slope Glaze Burner

Empire 30" Multi-Sided Rock Creek Refractory Ventless Natural Gas Log Set and Millivolt Slope Glaze Burner

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Product Details

Manufacturer: Empire
Empire Part Numbers: LSU30RR-+-VFSUR30N
Item Number: CUI-LSU30RR-VFSUR30N

Features

  • Multi-sided fireplace burner and log set
  • Realistic logs and flames that warm up your room
  • Natural Gas
  • Front Width: 30 Inches
  • Minimum Middle Width: 32 Inches
  • 40000 BTUs
  • Multi-Sided Vista Burner - Millivolt Control with On/Off Switch
A warm and inviting fire sets everyone at ease. It's a great stress reducer at the end of a busy day. This style of fireplace burner and log set is designed for see-thru fireplaces or for peninsula types. Outfitted with realistic-looking Empire Rock Creek Refractor logs, the flames flicker and give the sense of a real wood burning fireplace. We offer three popular sizes - 18-, 24-, or 30-inch models - which burn at up to 40,000 BTU. You can choose either the millivolt burner or the intermittent pilot, both of which turn on by a simple on/off switch. Plus they can also operate with the easy-to-use Empire remote.

Please Note: The fireplace's Middle Width must be at least 32 Inches and the Depth must be at least 17 Inches for this gas log set to fit. You can calculate the middle width of your firebox by measuring the width (left to right) approximately half way back in the firebox. If you have any questions, please contact our customer service department and we will be happy to assist you in finding the perfect size gas log set.

Also Note: This item is a vent free appliance and installation of it may be prohibited in your jurisdiction. Customers are responsible for checking local codes and regulations prior to purchase.

Customer Q&A with Product Specialists

Leo S. from Richmond VA asked:
Does this unit have any sort of control box that is situated within the fireplace, and if so how do you recommend camouflaging it?
Does this unit have any sort of control box that is situated within the fireplace, and if so how do you recommend camouflaging it?
The gas valve and flame height control are housed under the burner and can be accessed between the legs of the "grate" the burner is mounted. If you add a remote, they will be a visible receiver box in the fireplace. Empire makes ember and log chunk kits that can be used to help hide the receiver and decorate the floor of the fireplace. You can see those kits here.
Answered by: Cody S. on Apr 28, 2023

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Terry M. from Knox County, TN asked:
Do the Stone River or Rock Creek ventless models come with tossing ceramic marbles in the burner for flicker effect?
Do the Stone River or Rock Creek ventless models come with tossing ceramic marbles in the burner for flicker effect?
They do indeed come with them in the burner.
Answered by: Brennan W.

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Joseph from MD asked:
Can this fireplace be viewed from both sides? Does it have a low-high flame adjustment?
Can this fireplace be viewed from both sides? Does it have a low-high flame adjustment?
Yes, this is a multi-sided burner meant for installation inside an existing see-thru (two-sided) or peninsula (three-sided) woodburning fireplace. The burner features a hi/lo knob for flame adjustment, and there is an upgraded burner available separately that utilizes a remote control that can give you variable flame control as well.
Answered by: Tyler M.

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Barbara from Sellersburg, IN asked:
Is there any odor when these Empire 30 inch multi-sided Rock Creek refractory ventless natural gas log set are burned?
Is there any odor when these Empire 30 inch multi-sided Rock Creek refractory ventless natural gas log set are burned?
Initially, some of the non-toxic bonding agents used in the manufacturing process may need to burn off or "cure." This is referred to as the initial "burn off" phase and this odor will dissipate You should operate the log set on the high for 2-3 hours with a window cracked for the odors to go away. Any odor from after this period would be from improper installation or a lack of maintenance as these logs are solid refractory and will not hold an odor like their ceramic fiber counterparts.
Answered by: Will M.

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