The WoodMaster 5500 super duty wood furnace is double-plumbed and ideal for farms, providing heat for a barn and a large shop or midsize commercial building. Increased fuel capacity for higher heat output, plus a larger door (more than two feet by two feet) for easier loading makes this an efficient choice for agricultural applications.
The WoodMaster 4400 heavy duty wood furnace is double-plumbed to heat office space or other commercial combinations, including hot water. Its larger firebox, larger fuel door and higher Btu output delivers ease of use and maximum efficiency.
The WoodMaster 3300 wood furnace, plumbed with a single heating loop, is an economical choice when there is no need for multiple hook-ups. The 3300 furnace comfortably heats an average sized building and its hot water.
Burns hotter. Cleans easier. Lasts longer. Master's CleanFire uses a dry fire chamber to provide hotter, more efficient heat that requires minimal effort to maintain. No ceramics. No damaging corrosion. No creosote build-up. The primary boiler is a true low pressure ASME H stamped boiler. It keeps oxygen out of the system, preventing corrosion to the water vessel. ASME certification ensures the use of the highest quality materials and workmanship resulting in a boiler life expectancy of 40 or 50 years. All of it is run by the exclusive WoodMaster control board, which burns at the optimum rate to meet the heat load. No batch burning or quick cycling. The board uses more than 300 settings to maintain this furnace modulation, increasing efficiency.
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