in Keremeos, British Columbia
phone / fax (250) 499-5489
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25 year warranty on boiler plate   Clean burning converter is virtually smoke free.

Polar Outdoor Wood Furnace provides hot water for heating existing forced air or radiant systems

 

No More Ashes, Smoke, Fire or Wood in the House!

- CSA Approved -

Heating with wood has never been easier!

Instead of moving the wood and mess indoors, the boiler is outdoors next to the wood

One unit may heat your house, shop, swimming pool, hot tub, greenhouse, &  factory.

Up Draft Models

Specifications

RG-5

MD-9

LG-32

Com-32

Overall Height (in) 70 78 87 111
Overall Width (in) 48 56 69 94
Overall Length (in) 67 75 87 209
Load Door (W x H) (in) 16.5 x 16.5 19.5 x 19.5 23.5 x 23.5 35 x 35
Max. Wood Length (in) 37 44 55 72
Water Connections 2 x 1.5" 2 x 1.5" 2 x 1.5" 4 x 1.5"
Chimney (in) 6 x 70 6 x 78 6 x 87 6 x 106
Dry Weight (lbs) 1700 2100 3400 5300
Water Capacity (US gal.) 120 145 220 680
Volts/Amps 120/1.6 120/1.6 120/1.6 120/1.6
Fire Box & Water Jacket ASME 516-1/4" North American Boiler Plate Steel
 

All specifications are subject to change and corrections without notice.

All units are tested to CAN/CAS-B336.1-M91/UL391 for outdoor and indoor installations and must satisfy CSA.CAN/CSA-B365 installations code

Down Draft Models

Specifications

Units of Measure

G2

G3

Overall Height in 66 74
Overall Width in 35 42
Overall Length in 62 68
Weight lbs 2200 2750
Load Door Opening (W x H) in 15 x 14 15 x 22
Max. Wood Length in 21 27
Diameter of Supply and Return Fittings in 1.5 1.5
Chimney Connection Approx. Height in 74 81
Chimney Diameter in 6 6
Water Capacity US Gal. 160 250
Fire Chamber Volume ft3 5.6 12.7
Max. continuous output BTU/hr 160 000 200 000
8 hr. output rating BTU/hr 60 000 140 000
Electrical V/A 120/1 120/1
 

All specifications are subject to change and corrections without notice.

All units are tested to CAN/CAS-B336.1-M91/UL391 for outdoor and indoor installations and must satisfy CSA.CAN/CSA-B365 installations code

What is an Outdoor Wood Furnace?

An outdoor wood furnace is as the name implies - a furnace that sits outdoors. The furnace, looking much like a small utility building, is a wood-fired, water-jacketed stove. The water in the jacket is simply heated and pumped underground through insulated pipes to the building that needs to be heated. At this point the heat from the water is extracted. This process is not expensive and adapts easily to all heating systems. The outdoor furnace concept is very simple, effective, safe and cost-efficient. As a bonus, it also takes care of all your domestic hot water needs; the element in your hot water heater need never kick in. We also have models that will fit inside your shop or woodshed.

Benefits of an Outdoor Furnace

Safety. Our furnace is made to be situated in the yard, away from the house. The usual distance is 50 to 150 feet but it can be twice this distance and still do the job. Outdoor furnaces remove the dangers of wood stove fires in the house. Any fire department that compares the safety of indoor units versus outdoor ones will have to admit that outdoor furnaces are the winners; this safety feature is usually reflected in lower insurance rates.

Convenience. The furnace is located out in the yard and can be situated beside the wood pile. This eliminates the mess of sawdust, smoke, ashes, bugs and dirt in the house. Our injection air furnace burns any type and quality of wood, wet or dry, unsplit and in lengths of up to 72". The burn time average can reach 48 hours or more per fill. One furnace can heat multiple buildings; there is no need to purchase a heat source for each.

Cost Savings. Residential and commercial buildings, shops, garages, motels, factories, restaurants can all be heated easily with our furnaces. There is no more need to use gas or electricity to heat domestic water, hot tubs, swimming pools, clothes dryers - our furnaces will do it better and at a fraction of the cost.

The converter represents the new generation of Outdoor Furnaces. It burns less wood and is environmentally friendly having little smoke emission. This makes it the only legal choice in many urban built up areas. It converts wood to gas and gas to heat.

Below are some of the common applications for the outdoor furnace. 

1. Forced Air Hookup

2. Domestic Hot Water

3. Existing Boiler

4. Multiple Buildings

5. Infloor Heating

6. Swimming Pool

7. Boiler Treatment

 

Email: sales@outdoorwoodfurnaces.ca

 

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