With a Nature’s Comfort Outdoor Wood Boiler, you can now free yourself from those high heating bills once and for all, allowing you and your family to begin utilizing a greater, greener and self-sufficient way of heating your home. You could save over $60,000 on your heating bills just during the warranty period.
How Does It Work?
Simple! The interior workings of the outdoor wood boiler consist of a firebox, and within the firebox is a chimney, a grate with a powered blower that forces air up into the fire for a greater and more efficient burn. Wood is loaded into the firebox the same way as a traditional fireplace.
Surrounding the firebox is at least a 120 gallon water jacket. The wood is burned in the firebox, thereby heating the water in the surrounding water jacket.
A pump at the back of the outdoor boiler sends the heated water on a continuous loop to the house through an insulated PEX line to a heat exchanger on your furnace and the water heater inside your home, then back again for reheating.
Firebox is 1/4″ or 3/8″ thick steel (whichever you choose for an NCB Series 175, 250 or 325) with an opening of 27″x18″ to handle large logs.
Water jacket is 7 gauge (approx 3/16″) on the NCB-175, NCB-250 and NCB-325. And 10 gauge (approx 1/8″) on the NCB-120.
Fire brick grate with slide-out ash pan on the NCB Series for easy cleaning.