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Central Boiler Classic
The Central Boiler CL 4030 is designed for the small to average sized home, or building. Depending on the efficiency of your building it will provide performance up to 2500 square feet. At Central Boiler, Inc research, and development, happens on a daily basis at their state-of-the-art testing laboratory. That testing has advanced outdoor wood furnace technology to its highest standard, and developed industry firsts like the reliable duel fuel system. It's a commitment to be the best.
After December 31, 2015 - Classic Furnaces will only be available for Non-Residential use.
Door: 20" x 20"
Firebox: 40" x 30" x 26"
Heat Transfer Area: 52 sq. ft.
Weight: 1350 lbs
Water Capacity: 140 gallons
Classic Model Features
Why You Should Choose The Central Boiler Classic® Outdoor Wood Furnace?
It’s an alternative that eliminates the problems and increases the advantages of wood heat. It’s a choice that can improve your family’s living environment and standard of living while eliminating the fire hazards and time-consuming chore of tending a traditional wood stove.
The Central Boiler Classic outdoor wood furnace can heat 100% of your home and hot water. By virtually eliminating your heating costs, the Classic can often pay for itself in the first two years of use. Over a ten year period, a homeowner or business may save $20,000 to $100,000 or more in heating costs. And generally the Classic uses 25% to 70% less wood compared to traditional wood furnaces or other brands of outdoor wood furnaces.
The Classic saves you time and means less work because it burns larger pieces of wood. There’s less splitting which significantly reduces the time you spend preparing the wood. The large firebox is designed for easy loading of wood and removal of ash.
The Classic is beneficial for the environment because burning wood is natural. Wood is a totally renewable resource and, when burned, results in no net increases in carbon dioxide. On the other hand, fossil fuels when burned, release carbon dioxide which would otherwise be trapped in the earth. The burning of fossil fuels causes a net increase in carbon dioxide which is believed to be responsible for the heat trapping greenhouse effect.
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