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fur·nace

(fŭr'năs),
A stovelike apparatus containing a chamber for heating, melting, or fusing.

fur·nace

(fŭr'năs)
A stovelike apparatus containing a chamber for heating, melting, or fusing dental materials.
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"We're proud that Central Boiler continues to lead the outdoor wood furnace industry," said Dennis Brazier, president and CEO of Central Boiler.
Outdoor wood furnaces are popular because of the safety they offer by removing the wood burning process from inside the home and the convenience of longer burn times.
(ILLUSTRATION) How outdoor wood furnaces heat a home (MAP) 34 Bigelow Rd.
We rarely receive Complaints about smoke from indoor woodstoves which are far greater in number, but frequently have to deal with complaints about smoky outdoor wood furnaces. Due to the problems encountered with these furnaces we have adopted a regulation that prohibits the furnaces from being installed within 200 feet of any neighbor's residence.
Dan Muzzy also asked if the board would look into possible grant money to help owners of the older-style wood furnaces upgrade to modern furnaces.
If you have a ready supply of firewood and you enjoy handling wood, a wood furnace or boiler may be a good choice.
We have a gas generator to power the freezers, refrigerators, lights, well and outdoor wood furnace. After spending quite a long time without power in the ice storms a year and a half ago, we decided that was a wise investment.
We had a Central Boiler outdoor wood furnace installed just before the storms but without power, no heat.
As part of the farm's continuing effort to be friendly to the environment, the barn will include composting toilets and an outdoor wood furnace capable of heating the building with firewood cut from Overlook's own woodlot.
I have a Hotblast wood furnace, hooked to solar power.
But we also use kerosene lamps, an icebox, a wood burning cookstove, a wood furnace, wind-up or battery clocks, and never leave anything plugged in or left on.
and I certainly didn't want them getting caught in the moveable grate of our Clayton wood furnace, our main source of heat.