The Longest Lasting, Most Durable Stainless Steel

The Longest Lasting, Most Durable Stainless Steel
The Longest Lasting, Most Durable Stainless
Steel Outdoor Furnace in the Industry.
Experience the quality.
Manufacturing quality outdoor furnaces since 1984.
Furnaces pictured reflect standard shipping configuration. Stack height may vary according to HPBA Best Burn Practicies.
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The Leader in the Stainless Steel Outdoor Furnace Industry.
Burning with wood is not a new concept. In fact, this old concept is gaining new popularity in many
areas with plentiful wood supplies due to its cost effectiveness, low impact on the environment and the
advent of safe, convenient and long lasting stainless steel outdoor furnaces.
Commitment to Quality
In 1984, Gerry Reed, President of HEATMORTM,
made a commitment to build the best performing and
longest lasting outdoor furnace on the market. In 1988,
he began constructing HEATMORTM furnaces with 10
gauge 409 stainless steel, the most corrosion resistant,
durable material that could also be easily manufactured
into an efficient and cost effective design. Today,
HEATMORTM is considered to be the strongest, most
durable stainless steel outdoor furnace in the industry.
Through lab tested research, HEATMORTM developed
several unique safety and performance features.
• WATER-COOLED FIREBOX DOOR, eliminates warpage and increases heat transfer to water.
• ANTI - ROLLOUT DEVICE, reduces fire flashback when opening firebox door.
• OVER/UNDER FORCED AIR DRAFT, for a more efficient burn than natural draft systems.
• DOUBLE DOOR SYSTEM, preheats air drawn into furnace and protects against unwanted access.
• ASH AUGER SYSTEM, easily accessible from the rear, for convenient ash removal.
HEATMORTM stainless steel
outdoor furnaces are easy
to load, maintain, efficient
to operate and available
in a wide selection
of attractive colors.
Each furnace is
specifically designed,
lab tested and
proven to outlast mild
steel brands up to three
times longer. So go ahead,
explore why so many experience the quality of the finest
stainless steel outdoor furnace in the industry.
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Safe for your Family,
Home and the Environment
Until recently, heating with wood meant installing a wood
stove or fireplace, splitting wood, hauling it into the home
and the inconvenience of feeding the fire several times a
day. In addition, you would have the risk of fire, the effect
of smoke on respiratory and allergy conditions, and the
constant mess of having wood in the home.
The benefits of having a HEATMORTM
outdoor furnace include:
• LOWER or ELIMINATING heating bills.
• NO MESS inside your home.
• NO RISK OF FIRE in your home
from outdoor furnace.
• NO WORRY of carbon monoxide poisoning
due to gas fumes.
• NO INCONVENIENCE of splitting and hauling wood into your home.
Heating with wood is generally considered to be more
environmentally friendly than fossil fuels such as natural
gas, oil, and coal. All plants absorb carbon dioxide and
convert it to fiber as they grow. The carbon dioxide is
released back into the air when they die, regardless of
whether they are burned or left to decompose in the
forest. Fossil fuels, on the other hand, have the effect of
overloading the atmosphere with carbon dioxide since
these fuels are taken out of the earth and therefore
do not absorb carbon dioxide. Careful pruning and
harvesting of overgrown forests not only provides fuel
for outdoor wood furnaces, it promotes re-growth of
healthy trees that can potentially absorb up to three
times as much carbon dioxide as is released when wood
burns. Best of all, heating with wood frees us from our
dependence on volatile foreign oil markets. With fuel
prices at an all time high, the choice to experience the
quality of HEATMORTM couldn’t be easier.
Your Cost-Effective, Versatile Heating Choice.
You will experience considerable savings with your HEATMORTM furnace. It is designed to work as easily with
existing heating systems as well as new construction. The more heating needs you have, the greater
the savings, because a HEATMORTM system can add warmth to your life inside and out.
Snow Melt
System
Garage
Workshop or Farmshop
Pool or Spa
Domestic
Hot Water
Greenhouse
Home
Easy to Operate
Your HEATMORTM furnace operates on a simple principle. Burning wood inside the furnace heats water
that is pumped underground to your home and/or other buildings. There it can be connected to your forced air
furnace, boiler system, hot water heater, or heat exchanger to provide steady, comfortable and efficient heating.
Furnaces pictured reflect standard shipping configuration. Stack height may vary according to HPBA Best Burn Practices.
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FURNACE FEATURES
Quality Features
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10 Gauge 409 Stainless Steel is used in all
assemblies that come in contact with fire and water,
protects against corrosion and warpage increasing
the life of your furnace up to three times longer than
mild steel. Commercial models are manufactured with
7 GAUGE 409 STAINLESS STEEL.
• Unique Modular Design allows individual
assemblies to easily be removed and replaced.
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Stainless Steel Chimney lasts longer than mild
steel.
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Water-Cooled Firebox Door, exclusive to
HEATMORTM, decreases warpage and increases heat
transfer efficiency to water jacket.
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FURNACE
FEATURES
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• Semi-closed Loop System reduces evaporation.
Safety Features
• OMNI SAFETY tested and approved.
• OUTER DOOR LOCKs prevent unwanted access.
• OUR NON-PRESSURIZED SYSTEM prevents
pressure build-up in the water jacket and increases
safety.
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• INSULATED OUTER DOORs and WATER-COOLED
FIREBOX DOOR provide cool surfaces for extra
safety protection when loading wood.
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ANTI-ROLLOUT DEVICE and INNER DOOR SAFETY
LATCH reduce flashback when opening furnace door.
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THE ATTRACTIVE INSULATED HOUSING (R-19
Sides, R-38 Roof) protects electrical and plumbing
components while providing cool surfaces for children or
a passerby. Fiberglass insulation is non-flammable.
(Unfaced insulation passes ASTM E 136 test for
noncombustibility.)
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RELIEF VENT utilizes a weighted rubber stop to prevent
pressure build-up in water jacket and greatly reduces
evaporation.
Furnaces pictured reflect standard shipping configuration. Stack height may vary according to HPBA Best Burn Practices.
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Performance Features
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Over/Under Forced Air Draft, increases efficiency
of burn over natural draft systems.
• The Double Door Design provides preheated air
to be drawn into the over/under forced air draft system
increasing the efficiency of the burn.
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Firebrick Lined Firebox allows for a hotter, more
complete burn.
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Ash auger chamber and 14 cast iron grates
in the firebox provide efficient combustion that burns
wood into a fine ash providing for easy ash removal.
Exit flue is surrounded by water enabling additional
heat transfer to water.
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REAR ACCESS Door for easy access of plumbing,
maintenance and AQUASTATS. Aquastats are used to
regulate the temperature of the water.
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Bladder system reduces water loss.
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Convenience Features
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• Smoke, ash and wood mess is outside the home.
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• CAN Use unsplit wood up to 50".
• Long burn times, load no more than twice a day.
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• wired for easy electrical hook-up. (110V)
• Multiple hook ups allow you to heat more than
one building/heating system from the same furnace
including, your home, domestic hot water, swimming pool,
hot tub, garage, workshop, greenhouse, or farm shop.
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Ash auger system provides for easy removal of ash
from the rear of the furnace. No more shoveling out the
front. No need to let fire burn out to remove ashes.
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Easy rear access chimney flue for general
maintenance.
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WATER LEVEL INDICATOR
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Water TEMPERATURE GAUGE
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Residential Models
FURNACE SPECIFICATIONS
100 CSS
LIMITED WARRANTY
WEIGHT (LBS)
HEIGHT*
WIDTH*
LENGTH*
FORCED DRAFT (CFM)
CHIMNEY DIAMETER
FIREBOX DIMENSIONS
HEATING AREA (SQ. FEET) **
WATER CAPACITY (US GALLONS)
FIREBOX DOOR OPENING (w x h)
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LIFETIME
1,375
82.5"
50"
65"
75
8"
24" DEPTH, 28” WIDTH
3,000
85
20" X 18"
Model 100 CSS
Heats up to 3,000 sq. ft.
200 CSS
LIMITED WARRANTY
WEIGHT (LBS)
HEIGHT*
WIDTH*
LENGTH*
FORCED DRAFT (CFM)
CHIMNEY DIAMETER
FIREBOX DIMENSIONS
HEATING AREA (SQ. FEET) **
WATER CAPACITY (US GALLONS)
FIREBOX DOOR OPENING (w x h)
LIFETIME
1,599
82.5"
50"
77"
150
8"
36" DEPTH, 28” WIDTH
5,000
114
20" X 18"
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Model 200 CSS
Heats up to 5,000 sq. ft.
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Model 400 DCSS
LIMITED WARRANTY
WEIGHT (LBS)
HEIGHT*
WIDTH*
LENGTH*
FORCED DRAFT (CFM)
CHIMNEY DIAMETER
FIREBOX DIMENSIONS
HEATING AREA (SQ. FEET) **
WATER CAPACITY (US GALLONS)
FIREBOX DOOR OPENING (w x h)
Heats up to 10,000 sq. ft.
* TOTAL OUTSIDE DIMENSIONS
** APPROXIMATE FIGURES WILL VARY DUE TO HOME AND CLIMATE CONDITIONS
Features and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Furnaces pictured reflect standard shipping configuration. Stack height may vary according to HPBA Best Burn Practices.
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400 DCSS
LIFETIME
1,968
82.5"
50"
95"
2 X 150
8"
54" DEPTH, 28” WIDTH
10,000
155
20" X 18"
Commercial Models
600 CSS
LIMITED WARRANTY
LIFETIME
WEIGHT (LBS)
2,800
HEIGHT*
100"
WIDTH*
63"
LENGTH*
106"
FORCED DRAFT (CFM)
2 X 150
CHIMNEY DIAMETER
10"
FIREBOX LENGTH
60”
FIREBOX WIDTH
37”
FIREBOX HEIGHT
47”
HEATING AREA (SQ. FEET) **
18,000
WATER CAPACITY (US GALLONS)
285 (approx.)
FIREBOX DOOR OPENING (w x h)
30” x 36”
*MANUFACTURED WITH 7 GAUGE 409 STAINLESS STEEL.
Capable of heating up to 18,000 sq. ft., the Model
600 CSS is specifically designed to heat large or
multiple buildings.
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Heats up to 18,000 sq. ft.
LIMITED WARRANTY
WEIGHT (LBS)
HEIGHT*
WIDTH*
LENGTH*
FORCED DRAFT (CFM)
800 CSS
LIFETIME
5,007
118"
87"
105"
1 - 150 CFM, PRIMARY
1 - 350 CFM, SECONDARY
CHIMNEY DIAMETER
16"
FIREBOX LENGTH
54”
FIREBOX WIDTH
60”
FIREBOX HEIGHT
65”
HEATING AREA (SQ. FEET) **
25,000
WATER CAPACITY (US GALLONS)
487
FIREBOX DOOR OPENING (w x h)
56” x 50”
*MANUFACTURED WITH 7 GAUGE 409 STAINLESS STEEL.
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Model 800 CSS
Capable of heating up to 25,000 sq. ft., the Model
800 CSS is specifically designed to heat large
commercial buildings.
Heats up to 25,000 sq. ft.
The Model 800 CSS is large
enough to load pallets with a
forklift into the firebox.
* TOTAL OUTSIDE DIMENSIONS
** APPROXIMATE FIGURES WILL VARY DUE TO HOME AND CLIMATE CONDITIONS
Features and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Furnaces pictured reflect standard shipping configuration. Stack height may vary according to HPBA Best Burn Practices.
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Used-Oil Burner
Consumers can significantly reduce or even eliminate
heating costs by capitalizing on the surrounding
resources. Used-oil is becoming one of the most popular
heating fuels in specific markets. There are different
types of used-oil such as used vegetable oil, recycled oil,
and used motor oils. Waste-oil burners fueled with usedoils can virtually eliminate heating costs.
Businesses that generate used oil, such as service
stations and car and implement dealerships have the
ability to heat their businesses with virtually NO fuel
costs. Businesses that don’t generate any type of
used-oil have the option of purchasing it from businesses
for a fraction of the cost of existing fuel sources.
In 2002, HEATMORTM introduced the Used-Oil Burner
to the outdoor furnace industry. Not only does it burn
different types of used-oil, but cord wood as well.
Customers have found convenience in the ability to burn
both fuels in one unit.
The HEATMORTM Used-Oil Burner is specifically
designed to inject used-oil into the firebox through a
highly efficient oil gun. The oil gun utilizes compressed
air for a fine, consistent spray of fuel that is based on the
average heatload required. When the water temperature
reaches the aquastat limit, the fuel spray is suspended.
The Heatmor model has a proprietary heat deflector to
ensure a lower consumption of fuel for better efficiency.
A simple process of converting the unit back to wood
burning and you easily have a duel fuel unit.
The HEATMOR Used-Oil Burning Furnace is available
in two models, the 200 CSS/OB and 400 CSS/OB.
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Heats up to 5,000 sq. ft.
200 CSS/OB
WEIGHT (LBS)
LENGTH*
WIDTH*
FORCED DRAFT (CFM)
HEATING AREA (SQ. FEET) **
SLAB LENGTH
SLAB WIDTH
• Available in Model 200 CSS and 400 DCSS only.
• Fitted with Kagi Model 250 KP - 250,000 BTU/hr
used-oil burner
• Capable of burning wood.
• Requires compressed air (12-15 psi).
• Capable of burning No. 2 fuel oil.
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Kagi Used-Oil Burner located in the rear of the furnace.
Model 400 CSS/0B
Heats up to 10,000 sq. ft.
* TOTAL OUTSIDE DIMENSIONS
** APPROXIMATE FIGURES WILL VARY DUE TO HOME AND CLIMATE CONDITIONS
Features and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Furnaces pictured reflect standard shipping configuration. Stack height may vary according to HPBA Best Burn Practices.
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400 DCSS/OB
1,820
96"
51"
150
5,000
88”
50”
2,150
113.5”
51"
150 X 2
10,000
105”
50”
Furnace Options
Internal Domestic Coil
Shaker Grate Option
• Provides unlimited supply of hot water on demand.
• For burning certified types of coal only.
(available on Models 100 CSS, 200 CSS & 400 DCSS)
(available on Models 100 CSS, 200 CSS & 400 DCSS)
Domestic coil
Contact your local dealer for details.
Color Options
Shaker grates (closed).
Shaker grates (open).
Best of all, HEATMOR™ offers 20 attractive color options to choose from at NO ADDITIONAL COST! This allows you to create an
attractive color combination that complements the color scheme of existing buildings such as your home, garage, shop etc.
Customize your furnace by choosing from the 22 attractive color options below.
Brite White
Antique Bronze
Patina Green
White
Caribbean Blue
Evergreen
Ivory
Gallery Blue
Light Gray
Light Stone
Brick Red
Charcoal Gray
Tan
Brite Red
Black
Cocoa Brown
Classic Burgundy
Hartford Green
Mossy Oak® **
Hickory Moss
Dark Brown
*Actual color may vary. ** Camoflauge patterns subject to surcharge.
For more information, please contact your local dealer.
Realtree® Hardwoods**
Furnaces pictured reflect standard shipping configuration. Stack height may vary according to HPBA Best Burn Practices.
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Why Choose Heatmor
Since established in 1984, HEATMORTM has prided
itself in building the longest lasting, most durable
stainless steel outdoor furnace in the industry. In doing
this, we’ve found the most important part of selling our
product is sharing the honest truth about each feature
a HEATMORTM has to offer.
Attaining this high level of quality has allowed us to
support our product with a Limited Lifetime Warranty
on every Heatmor model offered. With confidence, we
are able to give you, the customer, solid protection
on your investment by offering you the most
comprehensive warranty in the industry.
The most important feature of the Heatmor is the
construction of the furnace using 409 stainless steel.
Because we’ve tested it time and time again, we can
honestly tell you stainless steel has proven to last up
to three times longer than mild steel.
We feel confident that we have the highest quality
product, supported by the most comprehensive
warranty on the market. Our hope is that you too
realize that HEATMORTM truly is “The Finest Outdoor
Heating System.”
For years, HEATMORTM has been providing customers
with the highest quality outdoor furnace available.
Further educate yourself about our outdoor furnaces
by reading the “Purchasing Pointers” on page 10.
Exceptional Warranty
At HEATMORTM we believe that when you buy an
outdoor wood furnace you are making an
investment, not a purchase. That’s why, since 1984, it
has been our commitment to build the best performing
and longest lasting furnace on the market. With the
confidence we have in our product, we are able to give
you, the customer, solid protection on your investment
by offering one of the most comprehensive warranties
in the industry. Our Limited Lifetime Warranty covers
defects in materials, workmanship AND CORROSION,
and the provisions are unconditional.
As long as you operate your furnace as provided in
the operator’s manual and warranty, you are covered.
There are no special “conditions” or maintenance to be
performed daily to keep your warranty in force.
We come to you to service your unit. HEATMOR™
is the only company in the industry who provides this
dependable service. Study our warranty thoroughly. A
HEATMOR™ Outdoor Furnace will be keeping your
family warm for many years to come.
(Complete warranty details at www.heatmor.com)
Because a warranty is only as solid as the service behind
it, HEATMORTM takes pride in an industry leading
service organization that can service units anywhere.
(See page 13 for details)
Dealer Network
To ensure the highest customer satisfaction, we have
established a HEATMORTM Authorized Dealer Network
that spans across the United States and Canada. Even
in the most remote locations - we have a dealer for
you! Experience the quality of HEATMORTM Stainless
Steel Outdoor Furnaces by contacting one of our
professionally trained and certified dealers. Your
HEATMORTM dealer will take the time and effort to
carefully calculate your heating needs and properly
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size a furnace to your specifications. The dealer can
also answer the many questions you may have when
making this decision. To locate your local dealer,
access our website at www.heatmor.com.
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Purchasing Pointers
Since 1984, Heatmor™ has manufactured quality outdoor furnaces with several unique safety and
performance features. Each feature of the Heatmor™ contributes to the exceptional product design and
efficiency of the furnace. As you read, you too will understand why Heatmor™ has built the reputation
for high quality, excellence and performance.
Stainless Steel
HEATMOR began producing outdoor furnaces
using Type 409 Stainless Steel in 1994. All furnace
components that come in contact with fire or water
are manufactured using Type
409 Stainless Steel (“titanium
enhanced”). Residential models
are manufactured with 10 gauge
and Commercial models with
7 gauge.
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Prior to 1994, HEATMORTM
manufactured outdoor furnaces using carbon steel.
HEATMORTM chose to begin using Type 409 Stainless
Steel due to its improved oxidation and corrosion
resistance versus carbon steel. HEATMORTM found
that outdoor furnaces manufactured using Type 409
Stainless Steel would last approximately three times
longer than furnaces manufactured using carbon steel.
According to 82 percent of our customers, stainless steel
construction proved to be the number one reason why they purchased a Heatmor™ outdoor furnace.*
Forced Air Combustion
The HEATMORTM has an over/under Forced Air Draft
system that blows air above and below the fire. Forced
draft furnaces have better heat recovery ability when
compared to naturally aspirated furnaces. Forcing air
onto the fire in the right places will generate a hot fire
faster than a natural draft system. Forced draft will also
burn larger wood more efficiently.
The reason 52 percent of our customers purchased a
Heatmor™ outdoor furnace was the forced draft feature.*
Water Cooled Firedoor
Having water thermo-siphon through the HEATMORTM
fire door virtually eliminates
door warpage, important in
keeping an airtight system.
Using a water-cooled door
improves the efficiency of the
furnace because it increases
the heat transfer area used
to pull heat from the fire.
Double Door Construction
The Double Door feature allows
preheated air to be drawn into
the over/under Forced Air Draft
system, increasing the efficiency
of the burn. The lockable
outer front and back doors on
the HEATMORTM provide an
important safety feature, keeping
children and unwanted guests
out of the furnace.
Open Bottom System
The lower nine inches of the firebox is lined with
two-inch thick firebrick. There are several reasons
for this.
During operation, the
firebrick will achieve
temperatures in excess of
800 degrees Fahrenheight.
During the shutdown
cycle, these hot bricks will
evaporate condensation.
The firebrick is placed in
the most corrosive area
of the firebox, below the
ash line. Therefore, it is
not necessary to scrape
the corners and look for
corrosion. The firebrick will
retain heat during shutdown. This, along with the forced
draft system will re-ignite the fire more quickly. The area
lined with firebrick will achieve a higher temperature
during the burn cycle to allow for a more complete burn.
Insulation
The HEATMORTM is insulated with fiberglass bat
insulation, the same as used in insulating homes. The
sides of the HEATMORTM are insulated with R-19 and
the top with R-38. The insulation is non-flammable,
easily accessible, long lasting and assists in the
creation of a well-built efficient furnace.
*Statistics according to Heatmor™ 2007 Customer Survey results. Customers were able to choose the top three reasons why they purchased a Heatmor™.
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Rapid Recovery Water Temperature
Firebrick
The HEATMOR water capacity and forced draft
fan along with the sand and firebrick bottom make
for quick water temperature recovery during normal
operation. With a quick water temperature recovery,
there is no need for large water capacity.
The HEATMORTM is considered an open-bottom
furnace. The bottom of the furnace is the most corrosive
part of wood burning furnaces due to the collection of
acidic ashes. In order to combat the corrosion issues
in the bottom of furnace, HEATMORTM utilizes sand
surrounded by firebrick. The two-inch thick firebrick
allows the fire to reach higher combustion temperatures
in order to facilitate a more complete burn. Additionally,
the mass of firebrick and sand
allows for a heatsink which
releases heat during the
shutdown period of the burn
cycle (when your furnace’s
water temperature is satisfied).
Two-inch thick firebrick to
The grates and ashpan are nestled assist in a more complete burn.
in the sand to allow for easy ash
removal without disturbing the burn.
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Warranty (see Page 13)
Our Limited Lifetime Warranty which covers defects in
materials as well as both corrosion and workmanship
is by far one of the best in the industry. Because we
have such great confidence in our product, we are able
to offer you one of the most comprehensive warranties
in the industry. HEATMORTM is the only company in the
industry who provides on site service to your unit. The
key to researching warranties is reading the fine print.
(Complete warranty details at
www.heatmor.com.)
Non-Pressurized Expansion Bladder
The flexible bladder allows the HEATMORTM
waterjacket to be semi-closed, which will reduce
evaporation and pressure build-up in the system
during normal operation. When you add water to the
system, you also add contaminants, increasing the
chance of scaling and corrosion. The bladder is meant
to increase the life of your furnace. For a detailed
graphic, refer to pages three and four.
Removable Ash Auger
The ash auger is a tool used to remove ash from
the rear of the HEATMORTM furnace. This makes for
a more convenient and easy ash removal. There is
no need to let the fire burn out to remove the ashes
nor any need to shovel the ashes out the front door.
The ash auger is a removable tool, inserted only at
the time of ash
removal. Once
completed, the
ash auger is
stored outside
the furnace.
Almost 50
percent of
HEATMORTM
customers mentioned the ash auger system as a reason
they chose HEATMORTM.*
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safety listed
Omni is a trusted source across the globe for safety
product compliance. Omni tests to UL and CSA
standards to ensure the highest consumer safety rating.
Choosing an outdoor furnace is a decision you
should only have to make once. At HEATMORTM,
we are dedicated to providing you, the customer,
a high quality product that will provide your family
with many years of consistent, economical and
reliable heat.
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Fuel Cost Comparison Chart
The cost of keeping your family warm has increased
dramatically in the past few years, but the economic
savings of burning alternative fuels can be
astronomical. For instance, if you own a wood lot,
your fuel costs will be processing only, possibly saving
you thousands of dollars!
total energy for heating per year. This includes 25 percent
usage for the heating of domestic hot water. Based on
this total consumption, the following amounts of fuel
would be required to produce 100,000,000 BTU’s.
By using the Cost Comparison Chart below and your
previous heating bills you can determine your future wood
consumption, heating costs and total cost savings.
The amount of heat created or used is measured in
BTU’s. An average home uses 100,000,000 BTU’s of
Heating Method
BTU’s Per Unit
Annual
Requirements
Cost Per
Unit
Total Annual Cost
Electricity
3,414 kilowatts/hr
29,300
$0.10
$2,930
Propane
91,500/gallon
1,092
$2.28
$2,490
Fuel Oil
138,690/gallon
721
$3.69
$2,660
Natural Gas
1,000/cubic ft
100,000
$0.013
$1,300
The above prices are in U.S. Funds. These are official energy statistics courtesy of U.S. Government as of 4-15-08. Adjust the price per unit to reflect current local costs.
The above costs are not standard across the U.S. Actual cost savings may vary depending on efficiency of system. Savings above are based on the assumption you have
obtained cord wood at no cost to you. Savings shown are not a guarantee of annual cost savings you can expect. Savings could be more or less due to the variability of cost
or units of energy used over time.
Pad Specifications
With the HEATMORTM system, a concrete pad is required upon installation.
Models 100 CSS,
200 CSS & 400 DCSS
Model 600 CSS
6”
50”
4”
12”
6”
26”
10”
10”
10.5”
40”
92”
58”
70”
88”
Front
100 CSS
200 CSS
Front
400 DCSS
61”
Used Oil Burner
Models 200 CSS/OB
400 DCSS/OB
Model 800 CSS
50”
6”
Pad thickness must be at least
4” but not to exceed 12”. All
measurements in inches.
13”
21”
22”
12”
20”
6”
26”
10”
20”
97”
88”
Front
Front
86”
105”
200 CSS/OB
400 DCSS/OB
Furnaces pictured reflect standard shipping configuration. Stack height may vary according to HPBA Best Burn Practices.
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OUTDOOR WOOD FURNACE BEST BURN PRACTICES
1. Read and follow all operating instructions supplied by the manufacturer.
2. FUEL USED: Only those listed fuels recommended by the manufacturer of your
unit. Never use the following: trash, plastics, gasoline, rubber, naphtha, household
garbage, material treated with petroleum products (particle board, railroad ties and
pressure treated wood), leaves, paper products, and cardboard.
3. LOADING FUEL: For a more efficient burn, pay careful attention to loading times
and amounts. Follow the manufacturer’s written instructions for recommended
loading times and amounts.
4. STARTERS: Do not use lighter fluids, gasoline, or chemicals.
5. LOCATION: It is recommended that the unit be located with due consideration to
the prevailing wind direction.
• Furnace should be located no less than 100 feet from any residence not served
by the furnace.
• If located within 100 feet to 300 feet to any residence not served by the furnace,
it is recommended that the stack be at least 2 feet higher than the peak of that
residence.
Chimney Height Installation Scenario
Residence not
served by furnace
Residence
served by furnace
Chimney height
should be 2 feet above roof line.
Minimum of 100 feet
6. Always remember to comply with all applicable state and local codes.
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