Gas logs designed to look like a real wood-burning fire are what Real Fyre Charred Oak Gas Logs by Peterson are all about. The realistic, partially burnt exterior gives you the impression of an actual fire burning away in your fireplace. To add to the authenticity, the bottom log is 'burnt through' and allows you and your family to look inside the fire to see the flames and embers within. Peterson is the most trusted gas log manufacturer around for a reason. Take advantage of their skill and know-how, get a realistic look, and get the right value for your money with a set of Real Fyre Charred Oak Gas Logs by Peterson.
Like an artist who can bring the beauty of nature to life, Real-Fyre artisans work from real wood samples to meticulously recreate the intricate bark detail and natural coloration of deeply charred wood.
- Superior refractory ceramics ensure the logs retain their strength at high temperatures
- Burns efficiently while protecting natural resources and reducing pollution
- High definition bark and natural colors for an authentic wood look
- Steel rods inserted in each log provides maximum reinforcement
- Radiant heat while in operation and after set has been turned off
- Accessories available to enhance the look of your hearth
Real Fyre traditional gas logs are handcrafted and hand-painted to be incredibly realistic, and equally beautiful with or without a fire burning.
The Real Fyre Charred Series is by far the most popular and elegant line of gas logs available. Real Fyre artisans work with real wood samples to recreate the intricate bark detail and natural coloration of deeply charred wood. The burned-thru centers allow for the dancing flames to be accentuated and come to life, creating the closest thing to a real fire.
Real Fyre Story
For more than 65 years Real Fyre has been creating the most beautiful gas fire products you can buy. We build gas fire logs so authentic looking, they’re equally beautiful with or without a fire burning. And for those seeking a more contemporary look, Real Fyre also offers a wide range of stunning glass and stone designs.
Nothing compares to sharing the warmth and beauty of a fire. Now you can enjoy all that with none of the hauling, soot, and ashes. That’s what a fire is meant to be.
Compatible Burner Systems
G45 SEE-THRU TRIPLE BURNER FEATURES
The G45 and GX45 Burner Systems are listed or ANSI Certified (with controls preassembled at the factory) and accentuate the front flame and ember bed of the log set. Compatible with most Real Fyre® log styles and control options, these burner systems are available in Natural or Propane gas and can be ordered as a see-thru, peninsula and island fireplace, or stainless steel model**.
* GX45 includes a heavy-duty grate **Stainless steel model only available for the G45 burner.
Versatile burner with high BTU capacity and sizes up to 60?
Remote Control Options
AV-18 REAL FYRE MANUAL ON/OFF VALVE WITH EXTENSION AND L-SHAPED HANDLE
SPK-26 REAL FYRE LOW PROFILE SAFETY PILOT KIT WITH REMOVABLE KNOB HANDLE
APK-17 REAL FYRE LOW PROFILE AUTOMATIC PILOT KIT WITH BASIC TRANSMITTER AND RECEIVER
The new and improved APK-17 low profile valve system maximizes flame presentation and allows adjustment of flame height with remote control. It can be used with standard vented burners G4, G45, PB, and P45.
APK-15 REAL FYRE VARIABLE, AUTOMATIC PILOT KIT WITH BASIC TRANSMITTER AND RECEIVER
Allows adjustment of flame height and heat output with remote control.
EPK-1 REAL FYRE ELECTRONIC PILOT KIT WITH BASIC TRANSMITTER AND RECEIVER
Automatic remote pilot lighting system. Features flame sensing pilot activation and no standing pilot. Remote control or manual option.
Platinum Bright Embers (PBE)
Platinum Bright Embers (PBE) are catalytic embers for your vented gas fireplace or log set. When placed on top of existing mineral wool ember beds, the catalytic embers combust unburned fuel from the burner to provide a dynamically more realistic looking ember. In addition to creating a bright flickering appearance like that of real wood ember beds, these embers radiate broadband infrared heat thus creating a warmer fire and reducing the formation of soot on gas logs.