NH, NY, MD, PA, OR, WA and VT
no longer permit outdoor wood burning furnaces, that are not EPA
we do have a new
EPA certified and
approved furnace available
you may be able to take advantage of the
less expensive ($2000+
less) and simpler furnaces
that can burn COAL and are
built without electronics and circuit boards!
Check with your local code enforcement office!
You may be able to purchase a coal furnace that does
not have to be EPA approved. As far as we can
tell, they are okay in
PA, IN, NY and VT and may be good in many other states too!
The ThermoWind may be
allowed in Indiana and other states because their restrictions seem to be on "boilers",
which the ThermoWind, is not.
Out largest furnace is over 300,000 BTUs
which many laws exclude, as well and
would be legal, as well.
But if none of that is good enough,
please consider this simple and inexpensive
EPA Certified wood burning stove now.
The NEW! EPA Phase II, White Tag
Qualified GT-6000 Downdraft Gasification Wood Boiler is a 2 stage,
outdoor wood burning furnace that
has a jet-engine inspired secondary burn chamber designed to heat the
stage 1 burning wood exhaust to temperatures so high that unburned fuel
left in the stage 1 exhaust is ignited for a 2nd stage of burning.
Special firebrick line not only the
firebox but also the unique secondary burn chamber which is the heart of
the GT-220 making it a true smokeless burning gasification downdraft
unit. The large amount of firebrick used in the GT-6000 is a unique
design and makes for a tremendous "flywheel" effect and greater
The stage 1 exhaust from the burning
wood in the firebox travels down through to the secondary burn chamber
(gasification chamber). The exhaust is ‘turbo boosted’ at this point by
super-heated forced air. This air boosts the combustion for the stage 2
burn, supplying oxygen to the fire which increases the heat and burn
The firebrick reaches a 'hyper-heated'
condition causing the fire to burn even hotter. All this is where
gasification occurs. While wood normally burns at 800-1200F, the
temperatures inside the gasification chamber can reach over 2600F. The
stage 2 exhaust is then forced to travel in a spinning motion through
refractory channels. This circulation helps the refractory to evenly
transfer the heat to the steel, then to the water. When researching competitor's units, check
to see if they utilize this technology.
wasting any heat, the stage 2 exhaust is then sent up through 2 sets of
six pipes with butterfly diverters to again spin the hot exhaust gases.
Again, when researching competitor's units,
check to see if this technology is used.
heat exchanger pipes are surrounded by a flow of water from the
circulating pump. This pulls even more heat into the water finishing the
burning & heating process to make the GT Series the most efficient,
reliable & cost effective gasification outdoor wood boiler you can find!
- 250,000 BTU
- Heats Up To 6,000 sq ft*
- Unit Dimensions - 83”T x 45”W x 78”L
- Fire Box Door - 20”x 20”
- Fire Box Dimensions - 30”T x 28”W x 40”L
- Fire Box Thickness - 1/4”Steel
- Water Jacket Thickness - 3/16”Steel
- Insulation - Fiberglass R-19 w/ Foil Foam,
Double Insulated All
The Way Around
- Water Jacket Capacity - 250 gal
- Weight - 3,000 lbs
Just $8980; thousand less than competitors!
(This must include all
heated areas of home as well as basement)
installation, properly insulated building and when
hardwood is used (20% moisture content).
Deduct a minimum 500 sq ft if heating domestic hot water.
Heats up to 6,000 sq ft** | 250 gal. water jacket | 250,000 BTU |
Cubic Feet Height Width Depth
15.8 30” 28” 40”
Furnace supplied by Nature's Comfort