Heatmaster SS G-Series outdoor wood boilers are the latest in outdoor wood boiler technolodgy. They use a system known as wood gasification in which the wood in the fire box is heated to temperatures in excess of 700°F, causing the wood to change into a gas in the form of carbon monoxide, hydrogen and carbon dioxide. This wood gas is sucked into a secondary burn chamber, made of refractory, located below the fire-box, and burnt, creating temperatures higher than 2000°F. The exhaust is then drawn upward through 8 verticle heat exchange tubes, transferring the heat into the water in the surrounding water jacket. Each of these heat exchange tubes contain a spiral shaped component called a turbulator, which causes the exhaust to follow a spiral path up the tube, creating greater efficiency. It is then drawn through a draft inducer fan located in the back of the unit below the chimney and forced upward and out, with an average exhaust temperature of less than 250°F. This design allows the Heatmaster SS G-Series to be the most efficient, cleanest-burning and easiest-to-use gasification outdoor wood boiler on the market today. On an average, a gasification outdoor wood boiler will burn around 50% less wood than a traditional unit.
Advantages of the Heatmaster SS G-Series
1. Efficient Design
Less Wood Cutting
2. Smoke Free Loading
Stay clean while loading your furnace
3. Clean Low-maintenance Design
No brushing tubes or scraping creosote
4. Approved for Indoor or Outdoor Use
5. Limited Lifetime Warranty
Heatmaster SS stands behind every furnace they sell with their industry famous limited lifetime warranty
6. Easy Access Hinged Rear Door
7. EPA Phase II Certified
8. Unique Heatmaster SS Fire-box Door Latch
9. Heavy Duty Multi Layer Installation
10. Powder Coat Finish
11. .409 Titanium Enhanced Stainless Steel
.409 Stainless resists corrosion and tolerates wear and tear better than any other steel for use in an outdoor wood boiler.
12. Site Glass Viewing Tube
This nifty sight glass allows you to watch the high temperature burn in the lower burn chamber via a sight hole in the door.
*BTUs are approximate and may vary widely depending on wood quality.