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For details about safety piltos read: How a Safety Pilot Works




G46 Advantage Burner


G46 Burner shown with optional SPK-26 Safety Pilot
If you want a gas log set with a remote control system, then the G46 burner is probably your "Best Choice". The G46 allows you to use wider logs because it has a "Tapered Shape" that conforms better to the inside of most fireplaces. In most cases, adding a remote control valve to a gas log requires an additional clearance of about 8" to 10" on each side of the burner (that's 16" to 20" less in width your logs must be). This clearance is necessary in order to allow enough air around the burner system to keep it cool...otherwise it can overheat and melt the inner workings of the pilot valve (leaving you with an expensive repair or replacement). Allowing for the proper clearance means that your log set ends up being much smaller than you might desire.

This is not the case with the G46 Advantage Burner System from R. H. Peterson!

The tapered shape of the G46 burner allows Peterson to attach the safety pilot to the angled side of the burner instead of on the end, which reduces the required clearance by more than half compared to other burners, thus allowing you to use a larger set of logs in your fireplace.

Burner Type: The G46 incorporates a "Triple T" burner system, which maximizes the flame both coming up through the logs as well as the flames that produce the glowing bed of embers beneath. Triple T burners have an extra burner that "Ts" off the main burner and goes beneath the front log where all of the glowing embers are, so you get a much nicer bed of glowing embers as well as an ample amount of flame coming up and around the logs.

Approval: The G46 burner is ANSI approved, so it is legal to install virtually anywhere in the USA!

Available Sizes: 18", 20", 24", 30"

Downside: Sizes are limited from 18" to 30", so for larger fireplaces, you should go with the G45 burner system instead. You cannot purchase a G46 burner without a safety pilot, so if you want a match light system, stick with the G45 or G4 as described below. The G46 burner is not available for see-thru fireplaces, but there would be no advantage to such an application anyway.

Control Options: Each of the available control options has the same reduced clearance, so adding a remote control does not require using smaller logs, which is what truly makes this burner the best choice if you want a remote control!

  • SPK: Manual Pilot - Non Remote
  • G46-APK-11: Basic Remote Pilot
  • G46-APK-15: Adjustable Flame Remote
  • G46-APK-17: Adjustable Flame Remote
  • G46-EPK-01: Electronic Ignition Remote

Read about each control option below






G45 and GX45 Triple T Burners


G45 Burner shown with optional SPK-26 Safety Pilot
If you are looking for the best "Match-Light" system and are not interested in a safety pilot or remote control, then the G45 burner is the best choice for you. Also, if you have a larger fireplace that can accommodate logs that are wider than 30", then the G45 is also your best choice since it comes in sizes up to 60" wide.

What's the difference between the G45 and the GX45 burners?

The only difference between the G45 and GX45 burner is the grate. The G45 has a standard gas log grate while the GX45 has a heavy duty grate like those used to burn real wood.

The G45 burner is simply a G4 burner with a built in front flame burner. The wedge shaped rectangular pan has a main burner tube going down the middle and a smaller front flame burner that "Ts" off from the main burner. The additional front flame burner allows you to position the burner directly beneath the logs while giving you a nice bed of glowing embers with flames lapping up around the front log and up between the middle logs.

Approval: For sizes 30" and smaller, you can purchase the G45 burner system in a RADCO approved (match-light) setup. If you purchase a RADCO approved set and add a safety pilot, the safety pilot will be shipped separately and you will have to install it yourself. If you pay a bit more for an ANSI approved G45 burner system, the factory will install the approved safety pilot of your choice and apply the ANSI certification at the factory. If this is the case, you might want to compare the G45 to the G46 burner because it is more likely that the G46 burner will be a better choice. The G45 burner has no approval rating in sizes that are 36" and larger.

Control Options: You can choose from a basic SPK manual safety pilot, APK-11 Remote control, APK-15 or APK-17 Variable Flame Remote or the EPK-01 Electronic Ignition system. However, since the safety pilots and remote control systems are attached to the side or end of the G45 burner, they will require an additional 8 to 10 inches of clearance to "Each Side" of your log set, which can dramatically reduce the size logs that you can use...which is why we recommend the G46 burner if you are using a remote control. The SPK-26 manual safety pilot only adds an additional 3" to each side of the burner, so the a G45 burner with an SPK-26 safety pilot is still an excellent choice.

Available Sizes:16", 18", 19", 20", 24", 30", 36", 42", 48", 60"

Downside: Since the safety pilots and remote control systems are attached to the side or end of the G45 burner, they will require an additional 8 to 10 inches of clearance to "Each Side" of your log set, which can dramatically reduce the size logs that you can use...which is why we recommend the G46 burner if you are using a remote control. The SPK-26 manual safety pilot only adds an additional 3" to each side of the burner, so the a G45 burner with an SPK-26 safety pilot is still an excellent choice.

Control Options:

  • No Pilot: Match Light
  • SPK-26: Manual Pilot - Non Remote
  • APK-10: Basic Remote Pilot
  • APK-11: Basic Remote Pilot
  • APK-15: Adjustable Flame Remote
  • APK-17: Adjustable Flame Remote
  • EPK-01: Electronic Ignition Remote

Read about each control option below






G4 and GX4 Burners


G4 Burner shown with optional SPK-26 Safety Pilot
The G4 and GX4 burners have the same exact characteristics as the G45 and GX45 burners described above except that they have only a single tube burner, there is no additional front flame burner that "Ts" off the main burner, so your glowing embers will not glow quite as much as with the G45 burners. The G4 is about $35 less than the G45, so most people will choose the G45 over the G4 burner because they believe that having an additional front flame burner is better (except for those who know the little secret...which you can read below).

What's the difference between the G4 and the GX4 burners?

The only difference between the G4 and GX4 burner is the grate. The G4 has a standard gas log grate while the GX4 has a heavy duty grate like those used to burn real wood.

A little secret! You can in fact get the G4 to burn as if it had a front flame burner, even though it does not. All you have to do is position the burner slightly forward so that the burner tube is directly beneath...or slightly toward the front of the bottom "front" log. Most people position the burner right in the middle of the logs, which puts the glowing embers underneath the logs and makes most of the flames go right up between the logs with almost no flames coming up around the front log. Moving the burner forward will give you a nicer bed of glowing embers and cause the flames to lap up around both sides of the front log...which looks just as though a front flame burner was installed. There, we just saved you $35!

Approval: For sizes 30" and smaller, you can purchase the G4 or GX4 burner system in a RADCO approved (match-light) setup. If you purchase a RADCO approved set and add a safety pilot, the safety pilot will be shipped separately and you will have to install it yourself. If you need an ANSI approved burner or wish to have the factory install a safety pilot, they no longer do this for G4 burners, so you will need to purchase a G45 or G46 burner if you must have ANSI approval. The G45 burner has no approval rating in sizes that are 36" and larger.

Control Options: You can choose from a basic SPK manual safety pilot, APK-11 Remote control, APK-15 or APK-17 Variable Flame Remote or the EPK-01 Electronic Ignition system. However, since the safety pilots and remote control systems are attached to the side or end of the G45 burner, they will require an additional 8 to 10 inches of clearance to "Each Side" of your log set, which can dramatically reduce the size logs that you can use...which is why we recommend the G46 burner if you are using a remote control. The SPK-26 manual safety pilot only adds an additional 3" to each side of the burner, so the a G4 burner with an SPK-26 safety pilot is still an excellent choice.

Available Sizes:16", 18", 19", 20", 24", 30", 36", 42", 48", 60"

Downside: Since the safety pilots and remote control systems are attached to the side or end of the G4 burner, they will require an additional 8 to 10 inches of clearance to "Each Side" of your log set, which can dramatically reduce the size logs that you can use...which is why we recommend the G46 burner if you are using a remote control. The SPK-26 manual safety pilot only adds an additional 3" to each side of the burner, so the a G4 burner with an SPK-26 safety pilot is still an excellent choice.

Control Options:

  • No Pilot: Match Light
  • SPK-26: Manual Pilot - Non Remote
  • APK-10: Basic Remote Pilot
  • APK-11: Basic Remote Pilot
  • APK-15: Adjustable Flame Remote
  • APK-17: Adjustable Flame Remote
  • EPK-01: Electronic Ignition Remote





Details About Each Gas Log Control


No Pilot - Match Light

Match Light Burner System with No Safety Pilot. Light a match or lighter then turn on the gas from the gas valve that is already installed in your floor or wall. Simplest, least expensive, most versatile and reliable burner system available. Requires an existing inline gas valve that has already been installed outside of your fireplace. Cannot be used with Liquid Propane. Be sure to check with your local building department to see if this type of burner is acceptable in your municipality.

SPK-26 - Manual Pilot - Non Remote

Low Profile Manual Safety Pilot with Variable Flame Knob for Gas Log Burners. 300 degree solid brass valve handles more heat for reduced clearance. Comes with a rotary knob for operation inside fireplace. Cannot be operated by remote control. Designed for average to smaller size gas logs.

APK-10 - Basic Remote Pilot

On/Off Remote Control Safety Pilot for Gas Log Burners. Includes Basic RR-1 On/Off remote control transmitter and receiver. Uses a standing pilot that stays lit. As long as the safety pilot is lit, the burner can be turned on and off from the remote control or manually with an on/off control inside the fireplace. You can upgrade to RR-2 Deluxe Remote Control system with Thermostat, Timer, Clock and Room Temperature (sold separately). Large gas flow capacity designed for gas logs ranging from 12" to 60".

APK-11 - Basic Remote Pilot

On/Off Remote Control Safety Pilot with Low Profile for Gas Log Burners. Includes Basic RR-1 On/Off remote control transmitter and receiver. Uses a standing pilot that stays lit. As long as the safety pilot is lit, the burner can be turned on and off from the remote control or manually with an on/off control inside the fireplace. You can upgrade to RR-2 Deluxe Remote Control system with Thermostat, Timer, Clock and Room Temperature (sold separately). Designed for average to smaller size gas logs.

APK-15 - Adjustable Flame Remote

Variable Flame Remote Control Safety Pilot with Piezo Starter for Gas Log Burners. Includes Basic RR-1 On/Off variable flame height remote control transmitter and receiver. Uses a standing pilot that stays lit. As long as the safety pilot is lit, you can turn the burner on and off or adjust the flame height with the included remote control, or manually by turing a knob attached to the pilot valve inside the fireplace. You can upgrade to VR-2 Deluxe Remote Control system with Variable Flame, Thermostat, Timer, Clock and Room Temperature (sold separately). Designed for average to smaller size gas logs.

APK-17 - Adjustable Flame Remote

The Ultimage Variable Flame Remote Control Safety Pilot system for Gas Log Burners. Features a Low profile adjustable flame remote control safety pilot that takes up less room and requires less clearance inside your fireplace. Uses a standing pilot that stays lit. As long as the safety pilot is lit, the burner can be turned on or off and the flames height adjusted by remote or manually. Includes VR-1 On/Off remote transmitter that actually adjusts the flame height as well.

EPK-01 - Electronic Ignition Remote

Electronic Ignition Pilotless Remote Control Safety Valve for Gas Log Burners. Uses the latest technology with an energy saving automatic electronic ignition system does NOT have a standing pilot. Includes Basic RR-1 On/Off remote control transmitter and receiver. Fire can turned on and off from the remote control or manually with an on/off control inside the fireplace. You can upgrade to RR-2 Deluxe Remote Control system with Thermostat, Timer, Clock and Room Temperature (sold separately). Designed for average to small size logs.



More About Controls and Burner Choices

Match Light Burners:
Match Light gas log burners are for natural gas only, you CANNOT use a match light system with Liquid Propane! To operate a match light burner, you light the gas logs by holding a long match or lighter in front of the burner with one hand while turning on the gas from your main gas valve located either in the wall or floor next to your fireplace. It is important to know that when you turn on the gas to a match light burner, the gas flows freely through the holes in the burner, so if you turn on the gas and do not light the logs, gas just continues to flow into your home. If someone (such as a small child) turns on the gas without lighting the logs, you can see how this would create an unsafe condition. So you must be more more careful with this type of system. if you have small children, don't forget to keep the gas key out of reach, or consider one of the safety pilot or remote options. Because there are no safety controls whatsoever to a match light system, many cities across the country do not allow them. Be sure to check with your local building department to make sure this type of system is allowed in your home before you make a purchase.

Manually Operated Safety Pilot (SPK):
This type of burner system has a safety pilot that stays lit at all times (unless you turn it off). If the pilot is lit, then you can turn the logs on and off manually by reaching inside your fireplace and turning the control knob that is attached to the burner system. You cannot operate this type of system with a remote control.

Basic On/Off Remote:
This type of burner system has a safety pilot that stays lit at all times (unless you turn it off). If the pilot is lit, then you can turn the logs on and off from the included hand held remote control. You can also turn the logs on and off by reaching inside the fireplace and adjusting the valve manually. You cannot adjust the flame height with this type system, so it is either on all the way or off.

Adjustable Flame Remote:
This is the most popular type of remote controlled gas log system. It has a safety pilot that stays lit at all times (unless you turn it off). If the pilot is lit, you can turn the logs on and off as well as adjust the height of the flame directly from the included hand held remote control. These functions can also be performed by reaching inside the fireplace and adjusting the valve manually.

Electronic Ignition Remote:
This is the most sophisticated and costly burner system. There is "NO" safety pilot. Instead, the gas valve is turned on and off by the remote control and there is a spark igniter that lights the gas. This type of system saves energy because you are not burning the safety pilot while it is not in use. The entire system is battery operated, so there is no hard wiring necessary. You cannot adjust the flame height with this type system, so it is either on all the way or off.

For more details read: How a Safety Pilot Works






Approval Ratings and Building Codes

Check with your local building department: Before you purchase gas logs anywhere, It is very important that you find which of the rating standards below are accepted in your city. Because building codes vary from city to city, Peterson produces gas logs to 3 different standards, giving you the most flexibility in choosing the best logs for your needs. The less strict the standard is in your city, the more choices you will have that may be either less expensive or more appealing to you. We cannot tell you what your local building codes require, so you must contact your local building department to determine what they will accept.

No Approval - Some gas logs have no approval rating. These are generally log sets that are over 30" wide because they use too many BTUs to be approved by any national building standards. Non approved log sets are still acceptable in many cities. Often times you can get approval from your city to use such logs if you provide certain documentation to your local planning department. We can help you with this if necessary, you will just need to let us know what it is they want.

RADCO Approved - A majority of cities in the USA accept RADCO approved gas logs. These meet basic minimum safety standards that are accepted by many municipalities. However, RADCO approval does not require that your gas logs have a safety pilot, so if one is required by your city, you will most likely need to purchase an ANSI approved gas log.

ANSI Approval - Gas logs that are ANSI approved meet the most strict standards and are pretty much approved anywhere in the USA. Some cities and states (such as Massachusetts and New York) will not allow you to install any gas log unless it is ANSI approved. All ANSI approved gas logs will have a "Factory Installed" safety pilot, so there is no such thing as a "Match Light" ANSI approved gas log. If you are unsure which approval is legal in your city and you do not wish to deal with the building department to find out, then purchase an ANSI approved gas log and you will be fine. However, there is an additional cost for gas logs to go through the ANSI approval process, so be prepared to spend a little more for an ANSI approved log set.




Please email questions or comments to: gregt@hansenwholesale.com


For details about safety piltos read: How a Safety Pilot Works




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  1. Question #9527 - Posted: 2/2/2017 8:52:54 PM

    Gas Logs Question Model PL-CHCRG46-30-17P

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    QUESTION: 1. How large in diameter will the vent hose need to be for this type of unit?...Thanks, Frank

    ANSWER: I am assuming that you are referring to the size of the chimney. This gas log is designed to be installed in an existing wood burning fireplace that is capable of burning wood. If you do not already have a wood burning fireplace, then you cannot install this gas log without one. With that said, the minimum required vent depends on the height of the chimney. Please refer to this chart copied from the installation manual for specifics:


  2. Question #9526 - Posted: 12/29/2016 9:05:21 PM

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    QUESTION: I have a gas burning fireplace with a broken log. It was originally a wood-burning fireplace built in the early 1960s. It has a damper which is always open when burning. The fireplace was converted professionally to gas sometime before 2000. I converted it to remote-control lighting in 2010 using a reputable firm. Sometime later, one of the logs was dropped and cracked in half. It is held together by internal wires. I would like to replace one log rather than the entire set. Possible?

    ANSWER: It is possible, but that depends on the type of gas log set you have. If you can email us a picture of your gas logs, maybe we can find what you need. Email pictures to: gregt@hansenwholesale.com

  3. Question #9525 - Posted: 12/29/2016 8:58:26 PM

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    QUESTION: I have a classic fireplace 26" in the back, 36" in the front and 26" depth. I live in a two story house built in 1935. The furnace broke and needs to be replaced. I'm looking for something to install in my fireplace to warm up the living room. I live in California so it has to be vented. What do you recommend to keep my room the warmest it can be? log set or would an insert be better?

    ANSWER: A vented gas log is not going to provide very much warmth for your room. Since you cannot install a ventless gas log in California, you are left with the option of installing a gas insert. I would suggest taking a look at the Real Fyre Direct Vent gas insert.

  4. Question #9524 - Posted: 12/29/2016 8:51:36 PM

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    QUESTION: i live in a 100 year old house and my fireplace was for coal and has a metal firebox. i have burned wood in it until last year, until we realized there was some leakage of smoke from the chimney upstairs. Would it be safe to use vented gas logs? Would we need to line the chimney like we would need to if we continued burning wood?

    ANSWER: Burning a vented gas log produces smoke just like burning real wood, so yes, you would have to reline or repair the chimney. I would suggest considering a ventless gas log so do not have to worry about smoke.

  5. Question #9523 - Posted: 12/29/2016 8:45:42 PM

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    QUESTION: what size and kind can I put in a woodstove "MORE HEAT" that has a door 20 BY 8.5 FIREBOX 28 BY 18 AND IS 12 INCHE DEEP and will they warm the stove enough to product heat with the fan.

    ANSWER: Unfortunately, you cannot install gas logs in a wood stove. Wood stoves are designed to operate with much lower draft than gas logs and the venting does not meet the minimum venting diameter. Even more, air tight wood stoves are designed to be burned with the doors closed, which is a definite no no when it comes to burning gas logs since they must be burned with the doors opened. There are other reasons why gas logs will not work in a stove, but I will not belabor that here. For more details, read more about Where Gas Logs Can Be Installed.

  6. Question #9522 - Posted: 12/29/2016 7:59:50 PM

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    QUESTION: I have a 24" peterson gas log set. The gas line in the fireplace is slightly larger than the connection for flex tube that leads to the gas burner. Can I add a smaller fitting to attach to the line leading to the burner?

    ANSWER: That should not be a problem unless the incoming gas pressure is higher than allowed by the installation manual, so you may want to check that.

  7. Question #9521 - Posted: 12/29/2016 7:53:16 PM

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    QUESTION: I occasionally turn our ceiling fan on low with the blades drawing the air upward while using our ventless gas logs. Our installation manual says a ceiling fan should not be used when the ventless logs are on. The flame of the gass logs appears to be unaffected. Is there a problem in having a ceiling fan on at the same time as the ventless gas logs? Thank you.

    ANSWER: Running a ceiling fan to destratify the air in your room makes sense from a heating efficiency/conservation standpoint, so I understand why you are asking your question. The responsible answer is that the owners manual says not to run your fan when you are operating your ventless gas log, so we cannot tell you that it is OK to do so. With that said, drafts can certainly cause ventless gas logs to NOT burn correctly and start producing toxic odorless Carbon Monoxide. It is safer for the manufacturer to tell you not to run your fan at all in order to avoid a potentially hazardous outcome rather than suggest that you can run it on a low speed in reverse with no ill effect. They cannot test the actual impact of doing so in your particular room. Their ultimate concern is to prevent any draft from affecting the flame. Whether you decide to follow the instructions is ultimately your decision...I will leave it at that.

  8. Question #9520 - Posted: 12/29/2016 7:31:40 PM

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    QUESTION: I do not really need the heat, and I have a fireplace already,but, the damper is either all the way open or completely closed. can I get that fixed so i can have it open part of the way so all the hot air does not go up the chimney thereby kind of making it silly to have one

    ANSWER: Technically, a vented gas log is supposed to be burned with the damper completely open. Plus, you cannot ever completely close the damper just in case there is a gas leak, so there is a clamp that is included with the burner system that gets attached to the damper to prevent it from ever closing completely. So if you do not really need the heat, then the way your damper operates is sufficient for a vented gas log. Whether you close the damper slightly to preserve some of the heat will not make much difference, you will get most of the heat from a vented gas log radiated into the room from the ceramic in the logs themselves. If you are really concerned about getting heat (which you say you are not), then you should consider buying a ventless gas log.

  9. Question #9519 - Posted: 12/29/2016 7:02:36 PM

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    QUESTION: Question - Are there burners or logs that are better for use with propane to achieve the best flame presentation? Currently my propane flame in my FP is not as robust as I would like. Just curious if there are options that are better for propane specifically.

    ANSWER: Whether you are burning natural gas or liquid propane, each type of burner is configured for optimal performance for the gas you are using. So you would need to make sure you order a burner system for Propane gas, otherwise it will not perform properly. With that said, if you want the most robust flame, we would recommend either the G4 or G45 burners since they operate at the highest BTU (the most flame). However, neither of these may not be the best choice for your particular fireplace depending on the type of fireplace you have and the dimensions. Please send us some pictures of your current setup so we can see what you have and make further recommendations. Email pictures to: gregt@hansenwholesale.com.

  10. Question #9518 - Posted: 12/29/2016 6:53:51 PM

    Gas Logs Question

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    QUESTION: Where do I find a remote control for my gas logs? And how much?

    ANSWER: Gas log remote controls are not universal in design. They are made as a transmitter and receiver combination, the receiver usually a built-in component of the gas log valve and burner system. So if you have an existing gas log with a remote and you are looking to replace a remote that is no longer working, you are going to need to contact the manufacturer of the gas log system you own and see if they can supply you with a replacement remote. If you are wanting to add a remote control to an existing gas log, that is a different story. In most cases, you will need to replace the entire burner system with one that is remote capable. Replacing the burner system may also require you to replace the logs since not all logs are compatible with all burners. If you email us some pictures of your fireplace we may be able to offer more direct advice. Send your pictures to: gregt@hansenwholesale.com...or just give us a call at: 1-800-201-1193.

 
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