Friday, August 23, 2019

GBU-130 Traeger Pellet Hot Air Furnace - Discontinued*

GBU-130 Traeger Pellet Hot Air Furnace - Discontinued*

*PRODUCT DISCONTINUED - This page is for informational purposes only. 

*Tax Credit Qualified*
Our most versatile furnace, the GBU-130 can be set from 85,000 to 130,000 BTU, giving it a wide range of heating for larger homes and commercial use.

The GBU-130 has a wide variety of available installations. Thermostatically controlled and it has a built-in pilot, it can be upflowed or downflowed. If height is a concern, it can be used in a lowboy configuration. A domestic hot water option is also available so you can heat your home and save money on your hot water at the same time.

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  • The supply of oil and gas is limited and NON-RENEWABLE
  • Electricity, oil, and gas costs will increase as supplies decrease
  • If we remain dependent on these sources of energy, we will definitely face an energy crisis again
  • We must look to heating systems that utilize renewable energy sources

 

Old style wood furnaces burn a renewable resource, yet they require hard work to stoke and typically are not very efficient, either with heat transfer or combustion efficiency (emissions).

16 years ago Traeger Industries developed the first residential pellet fired furnace. Designed to meet coming air quality standards these pellet fired furnaces performed effectively and efficiently without the negatives of a typical wood furnace. These early central heating units have evolved into today's wood pellet furnaces and boilers that are the most efficient renewable resource burning appliances manufactured today.

In addition to wood pellets, many new types of renewable Biomass fuel are being developed that will also burn efficiently in Traeger pellet furnaces. One such alternative fuel is shelled corn, which has been used for years in the Midwest in Traeger furnaces.

A wide variety of models are available ranging from the smallest 70,000 BTU GBU-070 on up to the largest 4,000,000 BTU model GBU-400. Residential, commercial, and industrial models as well as burner systems are also available.

 


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Specifications GBU-130 Pellet Furnace
BTU Input 85,000 or 130,000 BTU/HOUR
Overall Efficiency 80%
Approx. Heating Capacity 2,000 - 4,000 sq. ft.
Height with optional blower 69"
Height basic unit - no blower 45"
Width includes hopper 46"
Depth 30"
Hopper Capacity 160 lbs standard
Weight 485 lbs
Flue Size 4"
Warm Air Outlet Size 20" x 20"
Blower Optional
Power Requirement 110 volt
Breach Front (standard)

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GBU-130 Traeger Pellet Hot Air Furnace - Discontinued*

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