Add-on wood boiler

Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by Reggie Dunlap, Dec 13, 2005.

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  1. Reggie Dunlap

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    Does anyone know anything about the Eko boilers sold through New Horizon Corp. in West Virginia? They seem very similar to the Tarm, but at a more reasonable price. Their website has a lot of info. Any other suggestions for an affordable indoor wood boiler would be appreciated. Thanks,
    Reggie
     
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  2. Ray4852

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    I have a Harman coal/wood boiler. The model I have is the SF 160. I maintain 195-degree water with only 2, 5 gallons pails of nut coal for 24 hours. I think this is one of the better boilers out there today. It’s well made and the price is just right. What’s nice about this boiler if the power goes out I can still use it. you have to load it by hand and shake it.
    http://www.harmanstoves.com/
     
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    I emailed New Horizon for more information but never received a reply. Like you, I'm curious about alternatives to the Tarm.
     
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