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Axeman-Anderson Offers Anthratube 130-M Coal Boilers

Axeman-Anderson manufactures various types of boilers including the Anthratube coal boiler. The coal burning boiler is available in two models including the 130-M. The coal boiler automatically burns anthracite type of coal. The coal boiler eliminates the ash dust outcome. The coal boiler is provided as a factory assembled unit. As the anthracite coal is used in the boiler, it does not require shoveling or late checking.

Anthratube 130-M Coal Boiler

The Anthratube130-M coal boiler has the capacity to supply enough domestic hot water to bathroom, kitchen and laundry. The coal boiler, offered by Axeman-Anderson, is designed as per the ASME boiler code. The interior of the boiler is partially vacuum, hence dust is drawn in. This helps to keep the heater room free from dust. The coal burning boiler also features a cyclone separator that pulls fly ashes and deposits them in the ash pan.

The Anthratube 130-M coal boiler includes few moving parts and requires no cleaning. The heat output capacity of the coal boiler is 130,000 British thermal units. If one unit is used, the boiler needs a chimney measuring 8 x 8 x 15 inches. The chimney size should be 16 x 16 x 25 inches, if four units of boiler are used. The shipping weight of the coal boiler is 930 pounds when unjacketed and 1,000 pounds when jacketed.

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