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Revolutionary New Gas Logs that Can be Burned with your Glass Doors Closed!
The GF series gas logs from R. H. Peterson feature a revolutionary new burner that allows you to burn the gas log set with your fireplace glass doors closed. Almost all other gas logs
cannot be burned behind closed doors, but rather must have the doors opened. This exclusive new design gives you much more flexibility in the way you can use your gas logs, and allows you to
provide additional safety when children or animals are present.
How does it work?: The problem with burning gas logs with your fireplace doors closed is that too much heat is built up inside the fireplace and the safety pilot system will quickly overheat
and melt, rendering your expensive gas log burner system useless. Peterson has designed this burner to operate at a slightly lower BTU output than other vented gas log burners.
But what really makes it different is that Peterson has incorporated a heat sensor that will automatically shut the system off
it it starts to overheat. There is no other gas log burner system on the market designed in this manner.
How to interpret the above info:The above table shows the minimum space required inside your fireplace for each of the log sizes. The "Min. Width" is not the width of your fireplace opening,
but rather the width inside your fireplace where the logs will be placed. Generally, this will be the width of your fireplace measure in the middle...or at least 7" back from the opening.
This allows some additional space between the burner and side wall of your fireplace so that the burner system does not constantly overheat.
Call so we can make sure you get the appropriate size: 1-800-201-1193
Peterson GF Series Size Chart
ANSI Certified special GF burner system
Pre-assembled safety pilot with remote control valve
Basic On/Off Remote transmitter and receiver
PIEZO ignitor for easy lighting of pilot
Heat sensor with Thermo Switch
Easily to access hidden controls
Special Log Grate
Easy to install Bendable Connector Tube w/Brass Fittings
Glowing Embers realistic glow
Available for Natural Gas or Liquid Propane (specify when you order)
Remote systems include basic transmitter and receiver
Complete installation and operation instructions
Free Technical Support from our gas log experts to help you overcome any difficulties you might have trying to get your gas logs installed properly
Limted Time Offer 15% OFF Peterson GF Series Gas Logs
Model CHFRGF-24-11 24" R. H. Peterson Charred Frontier Logs with Special GF Remote Control Burner System. Specify gas type when you call
Strong Recommendation: Do not order gas logs anywhere online without first speaking to an Expert. You may end up with logs that are not safe for your fireplace or simply do not fit!
Please Call to Order! In order to give you the Best Deal Possible, we take all Gas Log orders over the phone. Our Experts will remove the risks of purchasing gas logs online by making sure the logs you pick are safe and appropriate for your type of fireplace.
Minimum Fireplace Dimensions
A. Minumum Center Width = See BTU & Size Chart
B. Minimum fireplace depth = 15"
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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:
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: email@example.com
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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: email@example.com...or just give us a call at: 1-800-201-1193.
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