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Stainless steel construction, an integrated LED lighting system, and a 55,000 Btu burner ensure that Empire’s 48-inch Outdoor Linear See-Through Fireplace will light up your patio party for any occasion. Or choose the 60-inch model with 65,000 Btu burner.
These see-through models conceal a gas burner beneath a large bed of clear-frost crushed glass. While the flames dance atop the bed of glass, the lighting system illuminates the glass from beneath. A glass deflector shield helps protect the flame from wind. (Optional taller deflectors are available for fireplaces installed in windier locations.)
A tilt-up cover conceals all controls – including pushbutton ignition and flame control knob with Hi, Medium and Low – plus intuitive buttons to control the changing pattern and color of the LED lighting. The buttons let you select from seven LED colors – Deep Blue, Royal Violet, Cardinal Red, Sea Green, Forest Green, Tranquil Blue, and White – and vary the intensity. Two “program” settings cycle through the colors automatically – either quickly or gradually.
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Brand : American Hearth
BTU Output : 55000
Certification : ANSI Standard
Depth : 19-1/16"
Fireplace Style : Linear
Fireplace Type : Gas Burning, Outdoor
Framing Dimensions : 40-13/16"H x 52"W x 19-1/16"D
Fuel Type : Liquid Propane
Height : 24-5/16"
Ignition Type : Electric
Installation Style : Built-In
Location : Outdoor
Product Type : Fireplace
Sides : Single Sided
Size : 40-49"
Style : Linear
Warranty : Limited
Width : 51-3/4"
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