E100 wood boiler

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Tightwad

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Sep 29, 2019
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Maine
I'm often thinking of replacing my 45 year old HS Tarm wood boiler with a more efficient boiler. Does anyone have an idea of the price of a E100 boiler from Alternative Heating Systems? I hate to take up their time if I'm not ready to buy. Also, does it qualify for rebates? Thanks.
 
I have an stainless steel E100 for sale - used it for about 7 years. In excellent condition. Comes with factory vent hood, premium stainless insulated pipe to connect to chimney, a huge roll of premium square 2100*F door gasket AND custom professional moulds to make all your own refractory & replacement bricks (I used to do this for a living). Has a DHW built-in coil which I never used.
This is the most fantastic wood burner I have ever seen. I am heating a 2600 s/f house & 800 s/f separate garage through an underground line and also domestic hot water. Using pex in concrete, fan coil, and baseboards. When the temps are down to -10*C I use 4 - 5 split pieces per day, colder than that maybe up to 7 pieces maximum. We keep the house between 22*C - 24*C. It is installed in my basement, using outside air for burning. I am including a fire damper which I added to the air intake (visible in photo of back of e100). I could go on and on about this thing, but I'll stop here.
Health issues have caught up with us - we always cut and split & handled all our wood by hand from standing trees - just can't do it any more. The unit is currently still installed. I will sell reasonable - the only catch - I am in southern Ontario - near Oshawa.
Let me know if you might be interested.

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Scott7, thanks for the reply.I switched my old wood boiler to pellets when my wife became ill and I couldn't get out to cut wood. I am going to repost my search for a control panel for my Pellx burner. Thanks again.
 
I have an stainless steel E100 for sale - used it for about 7 years. In excellent condition. Comes with factory vent hood, premium stainless insulated pipe to connect to chimney, a huge roll of premium square 2100*F door gasket AND custom professional moulds to make all your own refractory & replacement bricks (I used to do this for a living). Has a DHW built-in coil which I never used.
This is the most fantastic wood burner I have ever seen. I am heating a 2600 s/f house & 800 s/f separate garage through an underground line and also domestic hot water. Using pex in concrete, fan coil, and baseboards. When the temps are down to -10*C I use 4 - 5 split pieces per day, colder than that maybe up to 7 pieces maximum. We keep the house between 22*C - 24*C. It is installed in my basement, using outside air for burning. I am including a fire damper which I added to the air intake (visible in photo of back of e100). I could go on and on about this thing, but I'll stop here.
Health issues have caught up with us - we always cut and split & handled all our wood by hand from standing trees - just can't do it any more. The unit is currently still installed. I will sell reasonable - the only catch - I am in southern Ontario - near Oshawa.
Let me know if you might be interested.

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Would love info on the molds for refractories. 13 years of use and need to be replaced.
 
I have an stainless steel E100 for sale - used it for about 7 years. In excellent condition. Comes with factory vent hood, premium stainless insulated pipe to connect to chimney, a huge roll of premium square 2100*F door gasket AND custom professional moulds to make all your own refractory & replacement bricks (I used to do this for a living). Has a DHW built-in coil which I never used.
This is the most fantastic wood burner I have ever seen. I am heating a 2600 s/f house & 800 s/f separate garage through an underground line and also domestic hot water. Using pex in concrete, fan coil, and baseboards. When the temps are down to -10*C I use 4 - 5 split pieces per day, colder than that maybe up to 7 pieces maximum. We keep the house between 22*C - 24*C. It is installed in my basement, using outside air for burning. I am including a fire damper which I added to the air intake (visible in photo of back of e100). I could go on and on about this thing, but I'll stop here.
Health issues have caught up with us - we always cut and split & handled all our wood by hand from standing trees - just can't do it any more. The unit is currently still installed. I will sell reasonable - the only catch - I am in southern Ontario - near Oshawa.
Let me know if you might be interested.

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Hi Scott. Did you ever sell the E100? Thanks, Doug