The next few Propane Pan pictures are of a rake pan. Being 1/2" in the front and 2" in the back. Sitting on 2" legs underneath. We also placed a 2 1/2" metal curtain on the front to conceal the controls and battery compartment. This pan is constructed in steel or can be made from any metal or finish you like. Each of these pans are built for your fireplace specifically. We have very few "off the shelf" items.The remote control allows to adjust from low to medium to high.Testing the Propane Pan at 100,000 btu's. We used a triple 18" burner giving us 6 rows of flames.
Here is the metal curtain we made. The pan was made to be 3" smaller all around in the fireplace, the front being flush to the front of the fireplace with the metal curtain filling the voids on the sides. Above you can see the simplicity of the curtain.
Now finished and ready for installation and fire glass!
The next fireplace is a typical 70's/ 80's I am trying to be creative with my logs and adding candles! NOT! YUK!!!
The glass that was used was a base of Amber Base Glass and topped with a few pounds of Gold Base Glass. Clean, sleek and it produces heat like you have never seen! Typically after 45 minutes to an hour we find that the glass gets up to and over 600 degrees, guaranteed!
The fireplace below is in Pasadena, California. Ursula did a nice job, recently she had us update it withe Sterling Silver walls.
The next 5 pictures are from Ursula in Pasadena. She just recently had us update her fireplace with a Sterling Silver interior. Nice touch!
The next fireplace ventless conversion was from Eric at Neutral Interiors. We built a pan to recess into the floor of the fireplace and to access the controls Eric cut a hole on the left side of the fireplace for easy access in the event it had to be reset or turned off. We will explain as we move on: The lower hole is the access hole.
The next "B" vent or Direct Vent fireplace is from Mark Basillus, Showing how easy it actually is. Again for all of those "Dummies" out there that keep telling you that you can't do it. Also keep telling you "the sky is falling!" I had to say that! Mask it off and paint! Oh look! Nice logs! NOT!
Wanted to share with you the photos of our finished conversion to FireGlass. We are really pleased that we decided to paint the inside of the fire box red. That coupled with the glass had made the fireplace a focal point to our living area!