Black Steel Gas Ember Pan

Item # M33600001

4.6 out of 5 Customer Rating (5) Reviews

Black Steel Gas Ember Pan

Item # M33600001

4.6 out of 5 Customer Rating (5) Reviews


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In Stock2 to 3 Business Days | Flat Rate Shipping
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Product Details

Add this Black Steel Gas Ember Pan to your fireplace, fire pit and/or gas log set. This pan has a direct connect for your gas and can be used as a burner and to keep your embers contained. Made with black steel it is durable and built to last. Select between the three sizes available based upon the size of the log set you intend to use the burner with.

Features:

  • Three sizes available
  • Black finish
  • Steel material

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Specifications

  • Type: Accessory
  • Location: Indoor
  • Material: Steel
  • Item Weight: 4 lbs. | 6 lbs. | 5 lbs.
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I was able to easily find exactly what I needed on the website, and receive the item in a timely manner at a reasonable price. I'm completely satisfied and will shop here again when the need arises.

Gas Ember Pan

A perfect replacement to my fireplace set.

Review

Works great. Very nice flame.

Quality product

Product came as described, solid black steel, very sturdy with proper dimensions. Delivery super fast just 2 days. Will definitely use this company again.

Burner Pan

I installed the burner pan into my fireplace. I needed to buy a black metal u-joint to connect to my gas line because they were both male threaded. I also had to support the pan about two inches off the floor of the fireplace to keep the pipe strait. Used yellow gas teflon tape to seal the joints. I then had to raise my fireplace rack up with bricks to clear the burner pan. It took a total of three trips to the Hardware store. The plummer I hired to do the job was a no-show so I had to buy a cheep pipe wrench. I put the sand and embers to fill in the gap to the floor and cover the pipe. With the exception of the bricks and a stack of giant nuts / washers (one rack post support) it looked great when fired up. A nice tinted glass screen in front of the fireplace, black chain mesh on the front of the fireplace hides the lifiting supports. You can make this product work for you! Do it yourself! The pros won't show up even if you hire them.