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Outdoor Wood Furnace with 3,000 Square Foot Heating Area and Firebrick Lining
The 1600EF outdoor furnace is a versatile unit. It is designed to either work as a standalone unit or in conjunction with your existing HVAC ductwork. With up to 180,000 BTU’s per hour, this unit is a convenient and economical way to heat a home up to 3,000 Sq. Ft. It ties into your existing duct work providing reliable and inexpensive heat all winter long. The 1600EF comes pre-wired with a 3-speed blower, designed to go at 1200, 1500, and 1800 CFM speeds, all of which is sealed in a weatherproof enclosure.
Installation materials are NOT included (i.e. floor protector, chimney connector, thimble, radiation shield, flue)
Blower with 3 speeds, 1,200, 1,500, and 1,800 CFM
6" flue collar
10" diameter heat outlet
Automatic bi-metal draft damper
Firebrick lined to boost efficiency and heating capacity
Separate ash door with removable dump pan
Extra heavy duty cast-iron doors, grates, and liners
how long will burn fully loaded and can you put a water coil on it to heat domestic
A. The United States Stove 1600EF will burn 8-10 hours fully loaded. You can put a water coil in this unit.
how many gallons of water does boiler hold
A. This unit does not store or hold water: This Furnace will accept the installation of a Domestic Hot Water Coil Kit. The U.S. Stove kit is a 1124 Water Coil and it may be purchased from Build.com. 1. Remove the access panel on the rear of the furnace enclosure. 2. With a utility knife, cut away a section of the insulation directly behind the access panel. 3. Remove the cover plate from the rear of the furnace firebox. 4. Place one nut on each end of the water coil and thread each nut up to the end of the threads on the coil. 5. Insert the coil through the holes from the inside of the firebox. Install a gasket, washer and nut onto each end of the water coil. Tighten the nuts down securely to insure an air tight seal. The installation is now ready to be plumbed to your existing hot water system. Choose one of the three methods described in the Hot Water Coil instructions. 6. Remove knockouts from the access panel and re-attach to the furnace enclosure. Have a qualified plumber connect your domestic hot water pipe to the coil with the appropriate fittings.
Is the water coil an option? I want to heat a thousand gallons of water during the day and circlate it to heat my green house.
A. Water coil is an option, you would need the United States Stove 1124 Hot Water Coil Kit.
Is a secondary heat exchanger included?
Yes, the United States Stove 1600EF includes a secondary heat exchanger.
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