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Superior Biomass Furnaces with Thermostats to Control Temperature

Corn Comfort Heat manufactures the Superior Biomass Furnace, a multi-fuel furnace. The furnace can burn a range of fuels such as corn, wheat, rye, cherry pits and sorghum. Before using in the furnace, the corn should be moisture dried from 14 to 15 percent. Wheat and rye burn good in the furnace.

Superior Biomass Furnace

When rye or wheat is used, it is necessary to cut back combustion air. To heat up an average home, about three acres of corn would be required. However, this depends on the windows, insulation and other factors of the home.

The fuel feed for the Superior Biomass Furnace can be electronically controlled by the thermostat of the home to maintain even temperature. The furnace stops automatically if the fuel is not supplied. As the heater does not create creosote buildup, there is no risk of chimney fires. The low stack temperature of the furnace also avoids chimney fire.

The heat exchanger incorporated in the Superior Biomass Furnace is made of 14 gauge steel. The furnace is equipped with fan cooled, high torque auger motors for bin and furnace. The 12 bushel bin is mounted on the side of the heater. The furnace also features a 1/3 HP hot air blower with multi-speed fan. The multi-fuel heater is available in capacities of 100,000 or 200,000 British thermal units.


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