1982 - Volume #6, Issue #1, Page #29[ Sample Stories From This Issue | List of All Stories In This Issue | Print this story | Read this issue]
Burn-All Outside Furnace
The farmer-designed furnace was first built for drying corn in small or medium sized lots, and was later adapted to heat farm buildings. It comes with a 3-pt. hitch for easy transport by tractor between grain dryers, barns or other farm buildings.
The Burn-All is built of heavy steel to withstand the intense heat created by burning petroleum-based products and other high heat fuels. It has an oversized 25 by 36-in. door for easy loading of large items and removal of ashes. The plenum adapts to blowers and fans up to 24-in. in dia.
The heater also has an oil-burning attachment for burning waste oil, or for firing up high moisture fuels such as hay and corn cobs.
The standard unit has a 500,000 btu capacity and carries a price tag of $2,495. A larger 1,000,000 btu unitsells for $6,495. The 3-pt. hitch attachment is an additional $150.
For more information, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Box 329, Albert Lea, Mihn. 56007 (ph 507 373-4919).
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