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Would you like to decrease, or eliminate your dependence on the utility companies? Do you have access to wood in any form, including pallets that many companies are giving away? Consider installing an outside woodstove. Maybe you're already interested in an outside, wood burning stove/boiler, but are concerned about the high cost of commercial units. Well then, build your own using this plan set. If you have average welding skills, or know someone who does, it can easily be done.This stove works really great, here in Wisconsin. It is used to heat a 2300 sq.ft. house, including thedomestic hot water during the winter months, and a swimming pool, during the summer months. This unit will burn any wood, including soft or unseasoned wood without the worry of creosote buildup. I built the stove pictured above, for about $700 using all new materials, but it could be built for much less, using salvaged materials.
This Stove's Features Include:
A Large 35 Cu. Ft. Firebox
A 200 Gallon Capacity WaterJacket
A Large Water Filled Loading Door
Automatic, Adjustable, Water Jacket Temperature Control
Blower Induced, Powered Damper, Draft Control
12 To 36 Hour Burn Times, Between Loadings
A Baffled Flue Design For Improved Efficiency
An Open Vent Design, Preventing Dangerous Pressures
A Complete Design Plan, Requiring No Additional Stove Housing
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