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Manufacturer: EverWarm
EverWarm Part Numbers: EWPO2430NM
Item Number: EVW-EWPO2430NM

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Features

  • Color: Black
  • Size: 30 Inches
  • Your choice of natural gas or propane
  • Tested and approved to ANSI Z21.11.2
  • Oxygen Depletion Sensing (ODS) safety shutoff system
  • Designed for use with Palmetto Oak and Low Country Timber log sets
  • Maximum BTU Output: 35,000
  • Min/Max Natural Gas Inlet Pressure: 5" / 10.5" WC
  • Min/Max Propane Inlet Pressure: 11" / 13" WC
  • Minimum Firebox Dimensions: 34" FW x 24" RW x 20" H x 14" D
  • Valve Type: Standing Pilot
Do you want to make your vent-free fireplace a little warmer? Then you've come to the right place to find the EverWarm 24/30 Inch Vent Free Gas Burner - Manual. This manually controlled vent-free gas burner comes in your choice of natural gas or propane and features an oxygen depletion sensing safety shutoff system. Generating up to 35,000 BTUs, this burner is also tested and approved to ANSI Z21.11.2. You can also choose between the EverWarm Palmetto Oak or Low Country Timber log sets to fit with this burner. So make your fireplace just a little warmer forever with this quality item from EverWarm.

Please Note: This is the burner only. Logs must be purchased separately.

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Ezra from Charlotte, NC asked:
Is the 24/30 inch measurement of the depth of the burner, and is the valve on the side of the burner?
Is the 24/30 inch measurement of the depth of the burner, and is the valve on the side of the burner?
24/30 refers to the width of log sets that can be paired with this burner. The gas comes from the left side of the valve, underneath the burner.
Answered by: Cody S. on Dec 08, 2022

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