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Buderus G201/8 Hot Water Wood and Coal Boilers Insulated for Heat Retention

Simmons Heating & Air Conditioning supplies and installs the G201/8 hot water wood and coal boiler from Buderus. The wood boiler is made from GL 180M cast iron. The firebox of the boiler is surrounded by a water jacket. The wood burning boiler is well insulated for heat retention. The biomass boiler is equipped with a stack damper for the draft control. The wood combustion boiler features thermostatic Sampson firing control.

Buderus G201/8 Hot Water Wood and Coal Boiler

The Buderus G201/8 hot water wood and coal boiler has to be connected to the chimney that is locally approved for solid fuel firing. Further, the chimney has to be completely lined, featuring an opening at top, and a clean out. The flue in the chimney should be free from protrusions and the chimney should stand higher than the top of the house. In addition, the chimney should not be shared with stoves, fireplaces, or wood heaters.

The Buderus G201/8 hot water wood and coal boiler fits wood with a maximum length of 27.25 inches. The fuel volume of the wood combustion boiler is 254 pounds. The wood boiler can hold 12¨û gallons of water. The combustion chamber of the boiler is 31¨þ inches long. The boiler drain of the wood boiler measures 1 inch. The wood burning boiler measures 34¨þ inches in length, with a net weight of 876 pounds.

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