CHOICE OF LOG STYLESRADIANT FIRE GAS LOG PACKAGE includes:
H-Burner, Custom 5/8" Grate, Sand (Natural gas) or Vermiculite (LP gas); Embers, Volcanic Cinder, Fittings & Non-Whistling Flex Connector. Your choice of Log Styles shown right, available in 4 sizes.
SELECTING YOUR LOG SIZE:
21" LOG SET requires at least 24" front width, 14" depth.
24" LOG SET requires at least 30" front width, 14" depth.
30" LOG SET requires at least 36" front width, 14" depth.
36" LOG SET requires at least 42" front width, 14" depth.
RADIANT HEAT TECHNOLOGY
Ceramic Fiber Logs: The properties of our Timbers Series ceramic fiber logs are different than refractory or concrete logs. Refractory logs radiate some heat, but mostly absorb the heat into the body of the log. Our Timbers Series ceramic fiber logs push or radiate heat off of the heated surface of the log into the living space, thus taking full advantage of the heat being produced by the flame.
H-Burner: To help achieve the most radiant heat, it is important to heat more surface area on the logs. Although all of our burner systems work fine with the Timbers Series, our H-Burner produces the largest body of flame, thus maximizing the radiant heat output.
Radiant Riser: This U-Shaped log piece helps by creating a heat chamber in the middle of the log stack.
Radiant Glow Bracket: A piece that attaches to the back of the H-Burner which bridges the gap between the back wall of the burner and the Radiant Riser. The barrier created directs the flame and heat to the heat chamber, thus maximizing the radiant heat production.
Vented gas logs will not produce substantial heat. While Radiant Heat gas log sets produce more heat than a traditional vented gas log set, the damper must remain clamped open and therefore some of the heat will still be drawn up the chimney, just like it is when burning wood
in an open fireplace. For this reason we highly recommend you install glass doors to help stop heat loss up the chimney when the logs are not turned on.
Vented gas logs are designed to simulate wood burning
in a fireplace while providing exceptional convenience: no wood to
tote, no ashes to clean; instant fire at the turn of a button.
NOTE: Vented gas logs can only be installed into a functional
fireplace with a chimney in good operating order. The chimney must be
lined to be suitable for use with gas logs. If the chimney smokes when
you burn wood, then please be aware that vented gas logs are not a
suitable choice, as this could bring fumes (including carbon monoxide)
and soot into your home. Please address any fireplace or chimney issues
before installing vented gas logs!