Saturday, March 25, 2023

3300 WoodMaster Outdoor Wood Boiler/Furnace - Not Available

3300 WoodMaster Outdoor Wood Boiler/Furnace - Not Available

This product is no longer available through Obadiah's.

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 home and its hot water.

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  • No fuels enter the house to limit smoke, soot, fire hazards and the risk of dangerous carbon monoxide buildup
  • Round chamber design provides optimum internal air movement and water circulation
  • 40% fewer seams than a square box, less chance of cracking or leaking and minimal pitting
  • No dead spots, so creosote doesn't build-up
  • Digital Electronic Temperature Control (ETC)
  • Easy-to-read display

Color Options

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  • Charcoal
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  • Green

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Specifications WoodMaster 3300 Wood Boiler/Furnace
BTU's 75,000 btu/hr on a 12 hr burn
Fire Box 34” x 32”
Door Size 20” x 21”
Thickness 1/4” fire drum & water jacket
Draft Control Fan
Overall Size 5’2” x 4’9” x 7’10”
Heating Area Approx. 2,000 sq.ft.
Total Water Capacity 105 gallons
Warranty Limited Lifetime
Shipping Weight 1,421 lbs.

Please call or email for a price quote and specify the model you are interested in and your zip code.  One of our sales associates will be glad to get back to you.

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

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