Maxitrol MMVK Flame Modulating Safety Valve Kit

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MMVK-QM-Config
Regular Price $451.00
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Product Overview

Maxitrol MMVK Flame Modulating Safety Valve Kit provides a high quality gas valve. The superior construction and design ensure a long lasting and quality product while the straight forward valve offers a simple installation and use to raise and lower the flame height of your fireplace. The valve itself is rated for 175°F for up to 85,000 BTU with a complete 90° pilot assembly. Propane and natural gas designs are available. Be sure to adhere to the manufacturer's listed directions and local codes when installing this product.

Features

  • Standard capacity maxitrol gas valve
  • Rated for 175°F
  • Listed for up to 85,000 BTU
  • Includes complete 90° pilot assembly
  • Remote control compatible (not included)
  • Includes protective heat shield
  • For propane or natural gas
More Information
Manufacturer Maxitrol
Manufacturer Part Number MMVK-QM-Config
Made in USA No
5
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1 Review

customer
November 30
EVER THING SEEMS TO BE OPERATING FINE I JUST PUT IT IN THIS WEEKEND 11/28/20 AND 11/29/20 MY WIFE LOVES THAT YOU CAN FIRE IT UP WITH THE REMOTE AND DON'T HAVE TO REACH IN THE FIREPLACE TO TURN IT ON THE VALVE MANUALLY. I MIGHT NEED TO CHANGE THE BURNER PAN DOWN THE ROAD COULD YOU SENT ME SOME INFORMATION ON BURNER PAN MY EXISTING ONE IS A LENNOX U--SHAPE BURNER IN A PAN APPROXIMATELY 24'' LONG ITS FOR A 30'' LENNOX GAS LOG SET IN A MASONRY FIREPLACE FOR WOOD ORIGINALLY THANK YOU

About the Manufacturer

HPC is on the cutting edge of outdoor gas fire pit technology and offers a wide variety of burners to fit the need of any construction or do-it-yourself project. All HPC fire pit rings have staggered burner ports for a more natural-looking flame pattern and presence. Both stainless steel and cold rolled steel burners are available, and both feature ports that are drilled, not punched, for optimal quality; the burner hub is raised above the concentric rings to reduce the risk of water in the valve or gas line.