Sunday, May 26, 2019

Drolet Tundra II Wood Burning Furnace

Drolet Tundra II Wood Burning Furnace

Introducing a completely re-engineered wood furnace, the Tundra II. This high efficiency furnace utilizes 30% less wood to produce the same amount of heat than those of conventional wood furnaces and meets the new EPA clean-air standards. 

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Introducing a completely re-engineered wood furnace, the Tundra II. This high efficiency furnace utilizes 30% less wood to produce the same amount of heat than those of conventional wood furnaces and meets the new EPA clean-air standards. 

Key features of the Tundra II include an adjustable rectangular hot air plenum with the ability to accommodate between 6-10, 6 inch diameter heating ducts, allowing for greater flexibility for easier installation and an electronic probe that measures the temperature in the plenum and adjusts the blower speed to ensure maximum comfort.

 

Features:

  • The Tundra II Wood Furnace produces up to 49,638 BTU/hr
  • Glass Air-wash System
  • 1,400 CFM Blower included
  • Firebox Lined with Refractory Bricks - Provides Better Heat Distribution
  • Stainless-Steel Secondary-Air System - To Improve Gas Combustion
  • Adjustable Threaded Legs
  • Easy to Access Ash Drawer
  • High Efficiency EPA Certified Appliance
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty

 

Options:

Cardboard Frame Air Filter w/ Support

Cold Air Return Housing w/ Filter

Digital Wall Thermostat

Triple Hot Air Supply Adapter Kit

Washable Aluminum Air Filter w/ Support

 

Resources:
Fuel Type Dry Cordwood
Heating Area (sq. ft.) 1,000 - 2,500
Firebox Volume (cu. ft.) 3.6
Max Burn Time 10 hrs.
Overall Heat Output Rate 15,436 - 49,638 BTU/hr (4.5 - 14.5 kW)
Average Overall Efficiency 76.7% (HHV) 82.9%(LHV)
Delivered Heat Output Rate 12,635 - 44,857 BTU/hr (3.7 - 13.1 kW)
Max Input Capacity (Dry Cordwood) 310,000 BTU
Average Delivered Efficiency 62.7% (HHV) 68.3%(LHV)
Optimum Efficiency 85%
Average Emissions Rate 0.654 lb/mmBTU ( .282 g/MJ)
Average Electrical Power Consumption 250 W
Max Log Length 21"
Log Positioning Over Depth
Chimney Diameter 6"
Flue Outlet Diameter 6"
Type of Chimney Can/ULC S629, UL 103 HT (2100 degrees F)
Baffle Type C-Cast
Approved for Alcove / Mobile Home Installation No
Weight 652 lbs (296 kg)
Door Type Single, Glass w/ Cast Iron Frame
Glass Type Ceramic Glass
Glass Surface Dimensions (W x H) 14-3/8" x 10"
Blower (HP/speed/CFM) 1/4 / 4 / 1,400
Filter - Dimensions (W x H x D) 15" x 20" x 1"
Overall Dimensions (H x W x D) 63-1/2" x 33-1/4" x 49-1/8"
Door Opening Dimensions (H x W) 10" x 13-3/4"
Firebox Dimensions (H x W x D) 16-1/8" x 17" x 22-5/8"
Steel Thickness (Body / Top) 3/16" / 1/4"
Air Return Plenum Dimensions (H x W) 22" x 14-1/2"
Hot Air Plenum Dimensions (H or D) 18-1/2 - 26-1/2"
Hot Air Plenum Dimensions (W) 22-1/4"
USA Standards on Emissions EPA
Canadian Standards on Emissions CSA B415.1-10
USA Standard (Safety) UL 391
Canadian Standard (Safety) CAN/CSA B366.1
Tested and Listed as per applicable Standards By an Accredited laboratory (CAN/USA)
Warranty Limited Lifetime

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Main Unit - DF02001 Price
Drolet Tundra II Wood Burning Furnace $2499*
Options
Cardboard Frame Air Filter w/ Support 20" x 15" x 1" $39
Cold Air Return Housing w/ Filter $69
Digital Wall Thermostat $99
Triple Hot Air Supply Adapter Kit $49
Washable Aluminum Air Filter w/ Support 20" x 15" x 1" $69

*Includes free shipping within contenental US



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