Saturday, November 17, 2018

DS Stoves DS200 WVB Specialty Wood Boiler

DS Stoves - DS200 Wood Boiler

DS Stoves engineers and fabricates specialty boilers ranging from domestic and home heating to farm related needs.  For green houses, veal growers, hog barns or milk houses, burning wood or coal, we have the boiler you need.  If you can imagine it, DS Stoves can build it.  Hand crafted and made in the USA, this easy to operate wood boiler is built to last.  Order yours from Obadiah's Woodstoves today!

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  • Designed to heat water for veal calves
  • Feeds up to 100 calves
  • Tank built from 304 stainless steel with lid
  • A wood fired boiler that can heat water to 180 degrees in 30 minutes
  • 46 sq. ft. heating surface
  • Exhaust and fittings can be placed on either side
  • Firebrick lined firebox



  • Float valve on top (1" NPT)
  • Drain 43" from floor (side 1.5" NPT)

Specifications DS Stoves DS200 WVB Specialty Coal Boiler
Fuel Wood
Heating Veal Boiler
Heating Output 300,000 BTU's
Width 30"
Height 74"
Depth 46"
Firebox Size 30" W x 46" D
Firebox Volume 16.0 cu. ft.
Log Size 42"
Firebox Door Size 14" x 14.5"
Flue 8"
Water Capacity 200 Gallons
Weight 1200 lbs.
Side & Rear 24"
Front 48"
Flue/Stove Pipe 18"
Ceiling 24"

DS Stoves - DS200 Wood Boiler
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Please call or email us today for a pricing quote with shipping.

For help choosing and installing a wood boiler, see the links and posts below.

Friday, February 1, 2013

In Basement Hot Water Collapsible Insulated Storage Tank 500 gal

Where to install your wood boiler?
Your choice here should always be indoors in my opion. If you have a walk out basement, build a boiler room with a wood room and a shoot to feed the wood downstairs. Everything is nice and warm. If you don’t have a walk out basement, some boilers are extremely heavy and most stairways cannot support the weight.  Have a pro look at it first.
If you want the smoke and mess out of the house, I agree.  Add a shed on the back of the house, or build a freestanding boiler house to shelter your boiler and the wood you’ll be feeding it.

Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Wood Boilers- indoor/outdoor, open/closed, gasification……what???
Will someone just level with me?
I have been in the Fire/Hearth/HVAC/Building industries for over 32 yrs.  The one thing I know for sure is that I don’t know everything……….the following is just my honest assessment based on my experience. 
One of the reasons I love what we do is because I’m always learning new things. Our goal as a company is very simple; help folks cut through the “hype” and figure out what they need to accomplish their goal. Our job in my opinion is to tell the truth and give honest advice based on our experience, what works and what may not meet the customer’s expectations.

Non EPA Compliant Wood Outdoor BoilersI have spoken with several folks who called me because they now have an outdoor boiler sitting in their back yards with CONDEMEDED DO NOT USE sticker on it. Worse yet, the unit is only a couple of years old.

What happened you ask?