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looking for information and or pictures of greenwood or seton wood boilers

Post in 'The Boiler Room - Wood Boilers and Furnaces' started by dirtman, Feb 12, 2008.

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  1. dirtman

    dirtman New Member

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    Thinking of building one, any pictures or information would be helpful

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  2. Eric Johnson

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    Welcome to the Boiler Room, dirtman. There's a couple of threads around here showing the guts and inner workings of both, I believe. There's also a thread showing the assembly of a Greenfire, which is pretty similar. I'm sure one of our many Greenwood owners will check in shortly with some suggestions and observations.
  3. antknee2

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    If your interested in building a Seton boiler I recommend calling Fred Seton directly he sells the plans and is extremely helpful if you call him with a question or a problem . Anthony

    http://www.rohor.com/page7.html
  4. ISeeDeadBTUs

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    I purchased my GreenWood all assembled. I don't know if you can buy the parts and build it yourself. I doubt it.

    A couple of things to consider:

    Anthony can fill you in much better than I on this, but I think the Seton combustion chamber is multi-piece. The Seton also has an ash pan.

    There is a gentleman here that built a GreenFire from parts, and it sounds like he is very happy with his unit too.

    If customer service is at all important to you, I suspect both companies mentioned above are better than GW :smirk:
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