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Biomas furnace video

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by kinsmanstoves, Aug 2, 2008.

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  1. kinsmanstoves

    kinsmanstoves Minister of Fire

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    http://www.fahrenheittech.com/video.html

    Just to let you know there are other furnaces coming out on the market. Even though I am a dealer and getting my first order shipped next week, I am not giving a sales pitch.

    Eric

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  2. MCPO

    MCPO Minister of Fire

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    "More heat and less hassle" they say . But don`t most pellet stoves make the same claim?
    Of course this stove burns a variety of fuels but getting plain ole wood pellets is sometimes difficult and I`ve yet to see anything else available around here so is there any advantage or worth to think about getting a biomass / multifuel stove if the fuels aren`t or haven`t been readily available?
    Anyway , it does look really nice and I don`t mean to be critical or negative . I kinda like the spent fuel dumping system but it too might also have to be cleaned/scape in a particular manner to clean up the clinker residue.
    Hopefully the stove will prove to be another option making a gain in popularity and future user reviews will be positive.
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    I always welcome more stoves on the market. Helps keep the prices down. Looks nice. Good luck with sales and let us know how it performs under regular people conditions.
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    Looks interesting, I like the commercial limit switches and fan. How much will they be selling for Eric? How are it's noise levels?
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    The blower is 600-800 CFM and is larger than most pellet stoves and furnaces. That does make a little more noise. Other than that nothing that I noticed. The suggested retail is $3,700.00 to $3,950.00 for the unit.

    Thanks for the input fellas, keep it coming.

    Eric
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    Yes, that is a significant amount of air and it will be noisy. For that reason I would not put it in my living room. Looks like it is really a furnace at heart and would make a good add-on unit - in the basement. It would be a nice shop heater too. Do they make an auxiliary hopper system to boost capacity?
  7. kinsmanstoves

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    Yes there is a hopper extension for up to 250 lbs., YES that is 250 pounds of house-warming-bio-fuel! Old Man Winter is mad at Fahrenheit for making this bad boy.

    Eric
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    Nice, sounds like a serious heater for sure though I am surprised that it's output on high is not greater. That's about the same as the Quad Mt. VernonAE.
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    I always like to see these video's on what others are doing. Thanks for the link. One of the big inefficiencies I see in most smaller pellet stove designs is in the lack of good heat exchange. So many of the designs have a extremely short distance between the firebox and flue exit resulting in 4 to 500°+ exhaust temps. I don't know much about the pellet furnace world, but these guys look to have a good heat exchange design. I wonder what kind of exhaust temps and flue gas CFM they have at the termination.
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