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100-FA Commercial Corn Furnaces from Year-A-Round

Year-A-Round manufactures a range of commercial corn furnaces including the 100-FA model. The heat output range of the corn furnace ranges from 25,000 to 100,000 British thermal units per hour. The heat produced from the furnace is distributed with the help of a fan. The biomass furnace is clinker free and provides clean burning. The corn furnace is equipped with an air flow auger that helps effective corn distribution in the fire pot.

100-FA Commercial Corn Furnace

The 100-FA corn furnace is easily accessible. The heating unit can be removed completely by removing only two bolts. The biomass furnace includes a low fire safety or electrical failure switch that will shut down the corn feeder to prevent overfill of the fuel. The corn furnace, offered by Year-A-Round, is also equipped with a control panel that can be used to regulate the heating.

Other features of the corn furnace include stainless steel sleeves, delay agitator switch, and adjustment screw to control air flow manually. The 100-FA corn furnace consumes corn in the range from 3 to 12 pounds for one hour. The feed auger of the furnace has a variable speed of 3 to 12rpm. The hopper of the corn furnace can hold 254 pounds of fuel. The biomass furnace features a 4-inch exhaust pipe. The corn furnace measures 60 x 24 x 48 inches, with a weight of 550 pounds.

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