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Empire 30" Multi-Sided Stone River Ceramic Fiber Ventless Propane Gas Log Set and Intermittent Slope Glaze Burner

Empire 30" Multi-Sided Stone River Ceramic Fiber Ventless Propane Gas Log Set and Intermittent Slope Glaze Burner

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Product Details

Manufacturer: Empire
Empire Part Numbers: LSU30SF-+-VFSUE30P
Item Number: CUI-LSU30SF-VFSUE30P

Features

  • For Peninsula or see-through styles
  • Stone River ceramic fiber fire place logs
  • Propane Gas
  • Front Width: 30 Inches
  • Minimum Middle Width: 32 Inches
  • 40000 BTUs
  • Multi-Sided Vista Burner - Fuel Saving Intermittent Pilot with Thermostat Variable Remote Control
This particular gas fireplace log set and burner is designed for contemporary multi-view fireplaces. It lets everyone enjoy the warming flames from all corners of your living room. We offer three sizes of the multi-view burner to choose from - 18-inch, 24-inch and 30-inch - and they provide up to 40,000 BTU. Ceramic beads inside the burner tumble around which give the flame a realistic flicker. The multi-view burner fits peninsula style fireboxes as well as see-through styles. The millivolt or the intermittent pilot burners both turn on with switches, but can also operate with the Empire remote control. No more dirty logs or messy ashes to deal with.

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.

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Dale from Middlefield, CT asked:
Can it be operated during a power outage? How much propane would it burn per hour when running? Could we operate this burner with the doors closed?
Can it be operated during a power outage? How much propane would it burn per hour when running? Could we operate this burner with the doors closed?
This unit relies on battery power and as such, could be used in a power outage as normal. This is a ventless system and burns just under 1/2 of a gallon of LP per hour of operation. Vent free systems in a standard fireplace should be operated with glass doors open. This will ensure that overheating of the electronic components does not occur and the system will not shut down from oxygen depletion.
Answered by: eFireplaceStore

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