The corn furnace is listed by Underwriters Laboratories as a shelled corn burning unit. The system has a specially designed heavy duty cast iron burn pot for burning pelletized or biomass fuels and grains. Fuel is fed into the bottom of the burner chamber by means of an automatic auger and consumed when reaching the combustion air ports. Residue ash rises up on the incoming fuel and is spilled over the sides of the burner into the ash pan below. This process, in effect, self-cleans the burner chamber.
The forced air furnace incorporates a built-in heat exchanger cleaner that removes any residue ash that accumulates on the heat exchanger tubes. By pulling the heat exchanger scraper all the way out and then back in, residue ash thatÂ may haveÂ accumulated on the heat exchanger tube falls down into the ash pan. This simple maintenance procedure will keep the forced air furnace running at peak efficiency.
Quality and construction go hand-in-hand to assure you long lasting performance. The corn furnace was designed in order that replacement parts be readily available on a local basis. The auger feed assembly and burner chamber are the only removable components specifically designed for the system. Otherwise, standard high quality readily available furnace components are used.
Call Stateline Corn Burners, LLC Today!
||53"H x 27"W x 46"D
||48"H x 36"W x 52"D
||14 Gauge Steel
||20" x 20" x 1"