Part Number: WG45A-18N-SS-SPK-26
eFireplaceStore Item Number: PTS-WG45A-18N-SS-SPK-26
Every bit of the unmistakeable brightness and warmth of white birch is captured in Real Fyre White Birch Gas Logs by Peterson. The beautiful, papery-white bark and dark accents are handpainted right on the gas logs' surface to create an extraordinarily realistic look. The inside is made of high-quality refractory ceramics and steel reinforcement rods to make sure these gas logs last you a lifetime. White birch is a unique look that Peterson is proud to offer as part of its amazing Real Fyre gas log line. If you're looking to add a quality set of gas logs to your fireplace and want to make sure it's something really special, try something new with the Real Fyre White Birch Gas Logs by Peterson.
The Real Fyre G45 Glowing Ember Stainless Steel Burner creates dancing flames and a maximum glowing ember effect. With this cutting edge Outdoor G45 burner, you will enjoy a beautiful outdoor fireplace with dancing flames and glowing embers. Dazzle your family and friends with a beautiful set of fireplace logs in your outdoor fireplace! You'll enjoy many hours and memories gathering around the fire.
This is a vented gas log set 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. These logs, 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 handcrafted logs, 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 set 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.