Heatmasterss outdoor furnaces come with easy access rear doors and ball valves making plumbing and maintenance quick and easy. Insulated underground pipe enters the rear of the furnace through the floor and connects to the valves with pex or pex-al-pex plumbing fittings. The pump is installed on the supply outlet to push water to the building being heated. You can also adjust your air injection using the dampers on the fan box located on the back wall of the furnace to ensure maximum burn time and fuel efficiency.
To heat the home or structure, the outdoor furnace pumps hot water indoors via insulated underground pipes. Once the water enters the structure, it travels through traditional heating systems, including a radiant baseboard, a forced-air furnace or a radiant floor system, and then circulates back to the furnace.
An outdoor furnace is typically installed in your backyard, 25 to 300 feet away from the building or the structure you intend to heat. This creates a natural buffer to keep all noise, mess and risk of fire safely away from the areas you spend the most time.
Did You Know?
In addition to supplying heat and hot water to the many traditional sources above, a HeatMasterss furnace can also:
- Supply heat for clothes dryers or baseboard heaters
- Act as a snow-melt for driveways
- Provide an unlimited source of hot water
- Heat livestock structures such as dairy and hog barns