Monday, August 10, 2020

WoodMaster Commercial Forced Air Furnace - Discontinued

WoodMaster CS/A Series Commercial Forced Air Furnace

THIS PRODUCT HAS BEEN DISCONTINUED, THIS PAGE IS UP FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY

 

The affordable WoodMaster Commercial Series hot air furnace is designed for large jobs such as commercial, agriculture, government complexes and it also offers the quickest return on investment.

  • Efficient
  • Simple
  • Affordable
  • Easy cleaning
  • Automatic Ignition
  • Ash extraction
  • Proven technology
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Features

  • Quality-constructed to handle the toughest heat loads
  • Firebrick lined combustion chamber
  • All grate elements are made of durable cast chrome steel to withstand high temperature
  • Features a classic triple-pass heat exchanger
  • Separate fans for primary and secondary combustion air
  • Burns CO2 neutral wood fuel
  • Automatic ash extraction and soot blowing
  • WoodMaster Commercial Series Forced Air GS 130, GS 180, and GS 230

All WoodMaster are furnaces and boilers are indoor models. They can be placed in an outbuilding, or prefabricated container but need to be fully enclosed.
Pre-fabricated containers are available at an additional cost to install a boiler outside.

 

Cut-away of the Woodmaster Commercial Forced Air Furnace:


WoodMaster CS/A Series Commercial Forced Air Furnace

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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