Use your wood burning stove (outdoor wood furnace) to heat your home, business, garage, pool, and spa; or connect to your radiant in-floor heating systems. Using wood in a wood burning stove to meet your heating needs is an environmentally friendly fuel source. Unlike fossil fuels, wood is a renewable fuel source that is abundant in North America.
Central Boiler outdoor furnaces burn wood to heat water that is circulated through insulated pipes. Water can transfer its heat by direct circulation or by moving through one or more heat exchangers, or both.
Perfectly suited to home or business applications, an Econoburn wood-fuel boiler can function as stand-alone heating system, or in tandem with an existing furnace or boiler. Itâ€™s flexible, efficient and so affordable! These boilers are built to last, and perform flawlessly for years to come.
The boiler tradition that started in 1968 continues today with our efficient series of indoor and outdoor wood boilers designed with specially designed forced draft system that directs air below the cast iron furnace grates efficiently burning wood from the bottom to the top.
Burning woody materials is the original home heating system since there is evidence that prehistoric peoples burned woody materials in caves to provide heatingâ€”millennia before anyone recognized that coal or other materials could be burned to produce heat.
Wood-fuelled heating systems, also called biomass systems, burn wood pellets, chips or logs to provide warmth in a single room or to power central heating and hot water boilers. A stove burns logs or pellets to heat a single room - and may be fitted with a back boiler to provide water heating as well.
These boilers are the same indoor wood burning boilers that have been manufactured for generations. They have evolved over 45 years to incorporate improvements in quantity and function. Agricultural and commercial applications can still use these exact stoves and are not effected by the new guidelines that were put into affect by the EPA.