Battery backup?

Post in 'The Boiler Room - Wood Boilers and Furnaces' started by muleman51, Mar 14, 2008.

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  1. muleman51

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    After experiencing one meltdown I don't want another. What would be a good way to back the pump up so that you could keep the heat away until the fire might be cool enough to not cause considerable damage. I'm not interested in a generator system as we rarely have electrical problems. The old OWB could hold the heat. The adobe has no place to go with the heat.
     
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    hey,
    check out Xpower powersource by Xantrex .they have a couple of units that have battery and inverter combined.From what I understand you plug them in standard outlet and they have an auto switch and recharge.The run times are pretty long and not bad priced.
     
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