Wood furnace heat exchanger: an effective heating solution
Wood furnace heat exchanger uses wood as primary source of heat. They can be installed outside the house to heat water which is then piped through to a heat exchanger to our homes. These systems could be water to air or water to water heat exchanger systems. These wood furnace heat exchanger systems have thermostats installed with them for controlling the temperature. Separate thermostats can be used if they are being used for different areas. They can be used as water to water heat exchanger in heating of household water, swimming pools, tubs etc. Most of the modern day wood furnaces burn different kinds of woods be it soft or hard. They even have emission controllers for very little ash to reduce cleaning efforts. Moreover, wood furnace heat exchanger systems are a great alternative during power cuts and extreme winters. The burning time of wood furnaces extend from 18 to 24 hours.