Part Number: G416-19P
eFireplaceStore Item Number: PTS-G4-16-SPK-26P
* Fireplace Size Requirements: The fireplace's Middle Width must be at least 26 Inches and the Depth must be at least 9 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.
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Even the most attractive gas log set can't make up for a mediocre burner. That's why it's so important for you to pair your gas logs with a high-quality burner like this Peterson Real Fyre Glowing Ember Gas Log Burner System. With this burner in your fireplace you can enjoy dynamic dancing flames, realistic glowing embers, and efficient radiant heat - all without the mess and hassles of a traditional wood fire. Installing a Glowing Ember burner system is also stress-free since it comes with everything you need to connect it to your log set.
This is a vented gas log burner that must be installed in a fully vented wood burning fireplace. With vented gas logs, you'll enjoy a large, realistic-looking flame that operates with an open chimney flue, or damper. Vented Gas Log sets, which simulate a wood-burning fire, are the most realistic type of gas logs but, just like real fires, lose some of the generated heat up the chimney. Vented gas log sets are the most popular type of gas logs sold. Professional installation is recommended.
Sets include custom grate, Real-Fyre Burner System, Granules (sand or vermiculite), Glowing Embers, grate clips/log locators, pan/connector kit and damper clamp.
This gas log burner comes with a Manual Safety Pilot Kit. The manual safety pilot is the most basic safety pilot. It is a standing pilot light which stays lit indefinitely. To light the log set or to turn the flame up and down, you simply turn the knob on the pilot kit. This knob is located on the actual pilot kit which is attached to the burner system.