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NATURE'S COMFORT WOOD FURNACES

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The Nature's Comfort Outdoor Wood Furnace...

Simply, the interior workings of the outdoor wood furnace consist of a firebox, and within the firebox is a chimney, a grate with a fan powered blower that blows air up into the fire for greater and more efficient burn. Wood is loaded into the firebox just like a traditional fireplace. Surrounding the firebox then, is at least a 175 gallon water jacket. The wood is burned in the firebox, thereby heating the water in the surrounding water jacket. A pump at the back of the outdoor furnace sends the heated water on a continuous loop to the house through an insulated PEX line to the furnace and the water heater inside, then back again for reheating. More connections can be made to Illustration of Nature's Comfort Furnace from Left side heat a pool, a sauna, a hot tub, a garage and other buildings. For this a second pump would be installed and a second PEX line would be connected to the outdoor furnace for running to the other building. Insulation surrounds the water jacket so that the water temperature is not compromised by weather.

As the firebox is surrounded by water, so then is the chimney and the ash pan as well, extracting all possible heat from the red hot coals. The chimney is low on the firebox and exits about 1 foot from the bottom so that the smoke, or more importantly, the heat, is trapped so that it doesn't quickly escape out the flue. This creates a second burn chamber to more completely burn the gases and wood, when the wood starts to burn it's the gas that burns first. Efficient design ideas with proven results.


WHY BUY A NATURE'S COMFORT OUTDOOR WOOD FURNACE?

  1. Save over $60,000 on your heating bills just during the warranty period! With a Nature's Comfort outdoor wood boiler you can finally eliminate those budget-killing heating bills once and for all!
  2. Nature's Comfort Outdoor boiler is built to our design specifications by our manufacturing firms in Wisconsin, Michigan and Indiana. With our design and specifications and the many years of experience our manufacturing firms have, you can rest assured you're getting the BEST.
  3. 3.A good reason to buy a Nature's Comfort Outdoor Wood Boiler is our convenient ONLINE financing... if you qualify, you can get 100% of your purchase financed.
  4. 4.Once you've made your purchase, you can expect HASSLE FREE SHIPPING...that's a worry gone!
  5. Firebox is 3/8" thick steel with an opening of 27"x18" to handle large logs.
  6. Water Jacket is 7 Gauge on the NCB-175 and NCB-250, and on the NCB-325, we use 1/4"
  7. Fire Brick Grate, with slide-out ash pan below

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Things you'll want to know before buying.



MODELS

MODEL RETAIL PRICE HEATS WATER CAPACITY BTU RATING WEIGHT
NCB-175 $5,900 4,000 Sq. ft. 175 gallons 184,000 1,750 lbs.
NCB-250 $6,900 6,000 sq. ft. 250 gallons 263,000 2,200 lbs.
NCB-325 $7,900 8,000 sq. ft. 325 gallons 342,000 2,650 lbs.

FIREBOX DIMENSIONS

MODEL WIDTH DEPTH FIREBOX OPENING MAXIMUM LOG LENGTH
NCB-175 29" diameter cylinder 36" 26"W x 18"H 3.0 ft.
NCB-250 29" diameter cylinder 54" 26"W x 18"H 4.0 ft.
NCB-325 29" diameter cylinder 72" 26"W x 18"H 6.0 ft.

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BOILER MATERIAL

MODEL FIREBOX THICKNESS WATER JACKET FIBERGLASS INSULATION CHIMNEY ROOF DRAFT BLOWER
NCB-175 3/8" mild steel 3/16" R19 48" X 6" X ¼" 16 Ga. 148 cfm
NCB-250 3/8" mild steel 3/16" R19 48" X 6" X ¼" 16 Ga. 148 cfm
NCB-325 3/8" mild steel 3/16" R19 48" X 6" X ¼" 16 Ga. 148 cfm

INSTALLATION MANUAL

Please click on the link below for the revised Installation Manual. It is in PDF format, 29 pages, so be sure to give it time to download.
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. Diagram of what a finished house's plumbing, etc. would look like

Image of hooking a Nature's Comfort furnace to a hot water heater version 1 Image of hooking a Nature's Comfort furnace to a hot water heater version 2 Image of hooking a Nature's Comfort furnace to a hot water heater version 3

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