Custom Embers Pan Burner ( CXF ) Specifications and Dimensions
Author: Rett Rasmussen Reference Number: AA-00609 Views: 5029 Created: 2011-09-27 10:20 Last Updated: 2014-03-17 11:54 0 Rating/ Voters


Custom Embers Burner



The Custom Embers Burner is a tapered wedge shaped burner that brings the front of the pan (and embers and flame) to the hearth level.  It can be installed flush on the firebox floor, or elevated at the rear using the supplied rear height adjustment leg.  The Custom Embers Burner is available in the following sizes:

Model #

Front Width

Rear Width

Depth

Min. Rear Ht.

Max. Rear Ht.

BTU/hour

Nat. Gas

BTU/hour

Propane

CXF12

15

9

10

2.5

4.75

50,000

27,000

CXF15

18

12

10

2.5

4.75

60,000

30,000

CXF18

21

15

13

2.5

4.75

70,000

35,000

CXF21

24

18

13

2.5

4.75

85,000

37,000

CXF24

27

21

13

2.5

4.75

100,000

50,000

CXF30

33

27

13

2.5

4.75

110,000

60,000

CXF36

39

33

16

2.5

4.75

120,000

70,000

 Additional sizes and shapes can be custom designed to fit a particular firebox’s dimensions.  BTU/hour shown is the maximum gas consumption per hour for each size and gas type assuming unrestricted ½-id gas supply. Burners can be operated at lower BTU/hour flow.

The Custom Embers Burners, like all Rasmussen vented pan burners, are made of heavy 16-gauge steel, with ½” schedule 40 pipe (not light duty tubing) for the main burner tube and ¼” steel tubing for the ember booster portions of the CXF burner, with internal baffling to spread the gas and flame across the burner. All seams are welded for maximum performance and durability.


The Custom Embers Burner is filled with white sand for natural gas and black volcanic ash for propane use. A full compliment of accessory safety lighting kits, including remote controls and electronic ignition systems, are available.


The Custom Embers Burner is for use only in a fully functioning solid-fuel burning fireplace in which it is safe to burn wood. It may be used with Rasmussen Logs, Mixed FireBalls, FireShapes and FireStones, which are installed inside the pan. Uniform FireBalls are not as well suited for this pan, as they require a rectangular base for proper stacking, while the CXF burner has a trapezoidal base.

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