Rasmussen Double Faced Lone Star Custom Made Vented Log Set

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Product #6250


Price   $190.00 - 275.00

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  • Heavy bark straight front log with split and bark top logs and pine cones. Lower profile good for standard factory-built and larger fireplaces.
  • Heavy bark straight front log with split and bark top logs and pine cones. Lower profile good for standard factory-built and larger fireplaces.
  • Requires Hearth Kit and Safety Pilot Kit (where required or desired) to make a complete set
  • Rasmussen uses real pieces of wood to develop its log patterns and a painstaking molding process to reproduce the finest detail
  • Rasmussen adds rigid steel reinforcing rods for even greater durability
  • Rasmussen uses a high-heat resistant, high alumina refractory cement with a maximum temperature rating of over 2300 degrees F
  • All of Rasmussen’ s logs are hand colored with a multi-step, up to six color process utilizing environmentally friendly materials
  • This log set can be purchased as a stand-alone piece, or as a complete set with burners, a grate, andiron, and even with remotes.
  • Natural Gas or Propane compatible
  • This log set can be designed as a single face or double faced design
  • Rasmussen makes several styles of burner that offer different flame patterns and installation options, allowing you to create the perfect look
  • Multiple control options available
Lone Star on FX Burner
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Lone Star on FX Burner

The Rasmussen Double Faced Lone Star Log Set is a large scale set with heavy bark, split and char features. Whether you are looking to spruce up your existing gas fireplace, or you are building from scratch, the Double Faced Lone Star is a contemporary and stylish way to warm up your winter.

The Double Faced Lone Star is also compatible with Rasmussen's line of convenient accessories such as wireless remotes, ignition systems, wall mounted timers, and even concealed remote cases.

There is no better way to replicate real wood than to start with real wood. That's why every Rasmussen log mold originates from select pieces of real wood. With a unique molding technique, Rasmussen reproduces even the finest bark detail, and when coupled with the painstaking, multi-step, hand-applied coloring process what is produced is the best looking and most realistic logs in the industry. Add decades of experience with producing innovative burner systems and you can be sure that a Rasmussen log will provide you with the warmth, comfort and romance of firelight for years to come.


Rasmussen

Four Generations of Rasmussen family members have proudly designed and produced innovative products in Whittier, California.

It was 1907 when Rasmus Rasmussen, a Danish immigrant, opened his blacksmith shop on Philadelphia St. in Whittier, CA. In addition to more traditional blacksmith services, Rasmus quickly developed a sideline business making fancy fireplace tools and screens.

Through the decades the business evolved and changed, Rasmussen Iron Works made everything from truck body parts, to steel buildings, to welding rod handles used to build ships for WWII. After the war, Rasmus son, Ted Sr., opened a fireplace retail store in front of the manufacturing shop. Among the items he carried were gas logs.

It would be Ted Sr.s son T.R. that would make a breakthrough in gas logs in 1958. After seeing a plumber trying to bubble natural gas through water to create a dancing flame effect for a restaurants waiting area, T.R. developed the sand pan burner, which is still sold today and still provides the most realistic wood flame available in a gas log set.

When he couldnt find a manufacturer to make logs for him, T.R. developed his own molding technique, using real wood logs as patterns and capable of reproducing the smallest bark detail in the finest refractory materials available. Over the years, T.R. would create many styles of log sets, including oak, split, char, birch, manzanita, driftwood stumps, eucalyptus, and pine cones, as well as geometric shapes.

There is now a fourth generation of Rasmussen working out of the facilities on Philadelphia Street. T.R. and his son, Rett, have continued with innovations including the Chillbuster line of gas log heaters, ALTERNA Contemporary Gas Fires (FireBalls, FireShapes and FireStones) and the Solaire Infrared Grills.

Through all the changes over the years, craftsmanship, value, and industry leadership have been the constants at Rasmussen Iron Works, Inc.


Eight Burner Choices

NOTE: Burners for Vented Sets are for use ONLY in fully functioning fireplaces in which it is safe to burn wood and with the damper wide open.  Glass Doors must be wide open when burning - for proper ventilation, proper combustion, and cooling of safety control valves and components




Rasmussen makes several styles of burner that offer different flame patterns and installation options, allowing you to create the perfect look for your home.  Some burners may not be available with some log sets.

Grates are 5/8" where the teeth are welded on the diamond as opposed to industry-standard 1/2" flat-welded grates.  Burner pan assemblies are made of 16 ga. cold-rolled steel and the burner tubes are made of schedule-40 pipe, not light duty tubing.  All seams are welded for gas-tight integrity.  Both ends of the burner pipe are threaded, both inside and outside, for maximum installation flexibility.

A flexible non-whistling stainless steel connector tube is supplied with each burner.  It is unique in the industry; having a varying pattern on it and it is painted black for inconspicuousness in the fireplace.  The varying pattern prevents any whistling sound.  The burner tubes are pipe, not thin tubing, and they are threaded on both ends, both inside and outside, to allow maximum installation flexibility.

F-Burner
F - Flaming Ember Burner
F Burner:   The F Burner is the basic single tube burner designed to be used under a log grate. Single pipe burner provides the flame and ember glow.  It produces a pleasing variable flame with a compact ember bed.
Flaming Ember Xtra Burner
FX - Flaming Ember Xtra Burner
FX Burner:   The FX Burner features the same main burner tube as the F, but adds dual ember booster tubes for a 2" deeper and brighter ember bed in front of the logs.

CS - Pan Burner
CS Burner:  Rectangular-shaped full-pan burner.   Single pipe with baffle to distribute gas.  Logs sit in the pan – no grate is used. 4.25” high with the legs, 2” high without the legs.  Use in Single, Double and Multi-sided fireplaces.

CXF -Xtra Pan Burner
CXF Burner:   The CXF Burner combines the full, realistic single-pipe flame of the CS with ember-booster tube to distribute gas, and larger ember bed of the FX.  The ramped pan.  Logs sit in the pan – no grate is used. 2” high.  Use in Single-sided fireplaces.

Left to Right: LC and LD Burners
LC & LD Burners:   Burners feature multiple burners welded to the log grate, providing for more distribution of the gas and more efficient use of the gas because the gas need not travel approximately 4" between the floor of the fireplace and the grate.  These are best used with Evening Series log sets in larger fireplaces.

TNA Tepee/Andiorn Burner
TNA Tepee/Andiron Burner:   Specially designed for Kiva and Rumford fireplaces with tall or short teepees.   Sloped burner with single pipe and ember boosters.  Can be used in "regular" fireplaces with andirons and Evening Series logs for a unique look.  The TNA Enhanced Burner features a booster burner tube at the front to show more front-flame.
DF-CF Burner DF-CF Burner: Full pan that sits on the firebox floor underneath a see-through grate. Single pipe burner with multiple ember boosters provides flame and ember glow for Double Face (See-Through) Fireplaces.
DF-LC and DF-LD Burners LC and LD burner designs applied for Double Face (See-Through) Fireplaces. Multiple burners are welded to the heavy grate. These designs require 3/4”-id and larger gas supply to provide adequate flame height. DF-LC is 21” deep; DF-LD is 25” deep.

Grate / Burner / Control Combinations

"Easy" Safety Pilot Lighting Controls

The "Easy" system uses a common valve that offers many control options and the ability to upgrade functionality at any time (no need to replace the whole system). Controls provide convenient lighting as well as safety shut down in the event of an interruption in the gas supply or a flameout. Good for 48" and smaller sets.

Manual Control (SPK3E)

Light burner and adjust flame height by turning knob.

Switch/Remote Ready Control (RPK3E)

Light burner with receiver switch or one of the five wireless transmitter devices offered. Adjust flame by turning knob.

Variable Flame Heat Remote Control (RMC1E)

Millivolt Safety Pilot Lighting Controls

On/Off control with switch or remote lighting. Adjust flame height by turning knob.

Electronic Ignition/Pilot on Demand Controls

Pilot lights with each use by automatic spark. Pilot shuts down when burner is turned off.

All vented pan burners will produce soot, therefore a vented gas log set does not correct a "smoking fireplace" (one in which smoke and soot enter the living space). The most tell-tale sign of a smoking fireplace is a blackened fireplace face immediately above the fireplace opening.

There are only two places for the soot and other products of combustion to go: (1) up the chimney, or (2) into the room. The gas log set does not influence where it will go Potential reasons for soot going into the room include:

    - Damper not open or not open far enough.

    - Too small of a flue.

    - Too large of a fireplace opening in comparison to the flue opening (1/10 rule. For masonry chimneys, most codes require that the area of the flue be no less than 1/10 of the area of the fireplace opening. Metal chimneys can exhaust well with smaller flue size.).

    - Obstruction in the chimney. Bird nest, creosote build-up, etc.

    - Negative room pressure created by kitchen exhaust fans, ceiling fans, etc.

    - Log set installed too close to the opening. The combustion products are spilling out of the opening into the room.

    - Air flows outside the house that do not promote proper draft. May require lengthening the chimney stack or the installation of a chimney cap.

    - Chronic "smoking fireplace". Fireplace design related.

    - Chimney "cold block" that inhibits air flow up the chimney.

Use of the gas log set (or wood burning, for that matter) should cease until the source is identified and corrected. Failure to do so may result in harm to life and property. If unable to correct the smoking condition, the only gas log set that can be safely used is a vent-free gas log set (such as the Rasmussen Chillbuster series), which are certified to ANSI Z21.11.2, the national unvented heater standard. This standard is the most restrictive of all gas appliance standards. This standard does not permit sooting and allows the lowest level of carbon monoxide of all gas appliances.


  • A  Front Width: Minimum 6" wider than log set size. With safety control, 8" -10" wider.
  • B  Rear Width: Not less than the nominal leg set size.
  • C  Depth - See the charts below.
  • D  Height - Minimum 16"

For proper sizing, please read all notes below.
Sizing a gas log set is fairly straight forward and most fireplaces can be sized using the general guidelines A-D, at right.   Certain fireplace shapes (for example, the steep taper and shallow depth of the Rumford Fireplace) may require additional considerations.

In general, for vented sets with a safety pilot control, you should select the next smallest size.  For example, if the rear width is 24" and you wish to use a safety control, rather than a 24" set you should select a 20" or 21" set.

Rasmussen Vented Gas Logs are for use in fireplaces in which it is safe to burn wood.   The flue size (chimney opening) must be sufficient to exhaust all of the products of combustion (soot, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and water vapor are the primary products) up the chimney.   If not, or if other conditions exist that prevent full venting, these combustion products will enter the room, which can be harmful to health and property.   A vented gas log set is not a cure for a "smoking chimney".

Chillbuster Vent-free gas log heaters are for use in fireplaces which have approved ventless enclosures made by leading factory-built fireplace manufacturers, or in which it is safe to burn wood (damper may be closed or partially opened).   They are certified to the most strict of all gas appliance standards, which dictates their design must produce no soot and only very low levels of carbon monoxide.   Fresh air is needed for proper combustion and enjoyment.

Rasmussen nominal log set sizes are based on the approximate length of the front log (or combined length of two-piece front logs) of the set. These measurements should be taken from the fireplace floor, inside the hearth or lip of the fireplace, and behind any wire screens or railing that may be permanently attached to the fireplace. In deeper fireplaces, front width measurements can be taken 6" to 8" from the front, allowing better centering below the flue of the fireplace.

Minimum Fireplace Depths for VENTED log sets are:
  • 13"   F Flaming Ember Burner Sets
  • 15"   FX Flaming Ember XTRA Burner Sets (12" to 30" set sizes)
  • 18"   FX Flaming Ember XTRA Burner Sets (33" and larger set sizes)
  • 13"   CS and "CA" Custom Pan Burner Sets
  • 12"   CXF Custom Embers Pan Burner Sets (12" and 15" set sizes)
  • 14"   CXF Custom Embers Pan Burner Sets (18" - 30" set sizes)
  • 16"   CXF Custom Embers Pan Burner Sets (36" set size)
  • 16"   LC Multi-burner Sets (18" - 30" set sizes)
  • 20"   LD Multi-burner Sets (30X set size)
  • 22"   LD Multi-burner Sets (36" - 96" set size)
  • 12"   TNA Tipi/Andiron Burner (20"-36" set sizes)
  • 14"   TNA-E Enhanced Tipi/Andiron Burner (20"-36" set sizes)
Minimum Fireplace Depths for Chillbuster VENT-FREE log sets are:
  • 11"   C1 and M1 Single Burner Sets
  • 16"   DFC1 Single Burner Sets for See-Through Fireplaces
  • 14"   C2 and M2 Dual Burner with Embers Sets
  • 14"   C3 Triple Burner with Embers Sets
  • 14"   C5 Triple Burner with Embers Sets
  • 12"   C7 Single Burner with Embers sets
  • 16"   DFC7 Single Burner with Embers sets for See-Through Fireplaces
  • 14"   C8 Single Burner with Embers sets (minimum 22" rear width)
  •   9"   C9 Dual Burner CoalFire Sets (C9A=16" front width; C9B=20" front width)
  • 14"   CR Dual Burner with Infrared sets

Another consideration is the location of the gas supply line. In most fireplaces the gas supply enters from the side wall. Entering from the floor can be problematic if in the center of the fireplace. If this is so, the CS burner on legs (2.25" clearance underneath the pan) and LC burner (due to the open space underneath the rear burner) may be the only viable burner options.