what is the max btu rating for gas fireplaces?
Is a yellow flame ok on a gas fireplace burner?
Should my chimney be cleaned before I install a gas fireplace?
can flexable gasline be run into a wood burning fireplace to be connected to a gas burner?
1, There is no definitive max I know. I have seen gas logs with a BTU input as high as 120,000.
2, The engineers are going for a yellow flame, so it looks like a real fire.
3, Yes, and inspected.
4, Possibly, need a pro to verify and install.
Bottom line - you need to consult a local pro.
I think Peterson had a display vented gas fireplace a one of the hearth conventions that was a million btus. I don't think my wallet could support that burner though.
Some are designed to have yellow flames while burning properly, but others, a yellow flame is a sign that there is a problem.
I second jtp's answers. You will need a professional to get a permit to run the gas line and install the gas logs.
Gas fireplaces are not for the DIYer and bad things happen when improperly installed.
Call a pro, the life you save may be your own !!!!
Your question is too vague. There is a big difference between gas log and gas fireplace. Which is it?
You can get a pretty big & exciting fire if you want:
I hate mushrooms, but the mushroom fireball at the end was kewl !!!!!!