THE FORCED-AIR DUCTOR MODEL II (TWO)
MULTI-FUEL FURNACE, either STAND-ALONE or DUCT CONNECT
CORN & WOOD PELLET MULTIFUEL FURNACE (STOVE)
MODEL II has 80,000 BTU/HR will heat up to 3,500 SQ FT
WORRIED ABOUT CORN PRICES RISING...DON'T JUST BUY A MULTI-FUELED UNIT AND BURN ANOTHER FUEL
MUTIFUEL FURNACE will reduce your dependance on more Expensive Fuel
We have one new one left and one used 3-year old unit! The last NEW MULTI-FUEL Model II (TWO), the Forced-Air Ductor, is a multi-fueled furnace (stove) that will hookup to your existing forced air ductwork either as a Primary (Stand Alone) or a Secondary (Add-On). This Multi-fueled Furnace Model II (TWO) will produce up to 80,000 BTU/Hr (Model II) and will burn corn, wood pellets, soybeans, sunflower seeds, wheat, cherry pits, olive pits, engineered pellets, and any biomass fuel. We suggest you experiment around. If corn prices skyrocket, then dump the corn for a lower cost fuel. This Multi-fueled Furnace will fit any size of home, garage, farm house, business with Model II heating 1,500 sq. ft. to 3,500 sq. ft. Connect it with your DUCTWORK and run the room air FROM TOP into your existing ductwork in either round or square. All you need are a Duct Take-Off either Round 12", Square 14", or Rectangular 8"x16" and a matching Back-Draft damper. These add-on Options are priced very reasonably. A Cold Return Air is located in the lower rear with a FILTER Bracket (16 x 25 x 1 inches) and a COLD AIR Return Enclosure of 14 x 24 x 20 inches that can be connected to a standard cold-air plenum of 14 x 20 inches with a 10 X 20 inch riser (if required). Also a POWER OUTAGE Module is available for this unit for $249. A Digital Thermostat option is available for $72 and a Remote Control option is available for $225. This unit retails at the manufacturer recommended selling price MRSP of $4,750.00. ). It is available as Model II is 80,000 BTU/Hr approx and is being sold for $4,495, and Model III is 105,000 BTU/Hr. ($700 more) or $5,250. Model IV is 110,000 BTU for $2500 more. By request only there is a 4th Model V (Five) at 150,000 BTU/Hr for $3500 more. It is still wise to buy one now and get it delivered before the cold fall months arrive. Get your corn furnace (stove) purchased now. Always buy from Dealers, not from individuals.
This item is NEW inside a carton strapped to a skid and carries a 5 Year Warranty. We sell new, maybe Demos if available, and used.
PICTURE Descriptions ... left to right. Both Models I and II look similar.
- Top Row ... left to right
- FORCED-AIR FURNACE w Vertical DUCTWORK
- FORCED-AIR FURNACE w 3/4 view showing a TOP-MOUNT 90 Degree DUCT-TURN w Register
- FORCED-AIR FURNACE w 90 Degree 12 Inch Round Elbow and Screened Face
- FORCED-AIR FURNACE w Square 14x14 Inch Take-off
- ASH PAN DRAWER - Very Large
- HOPPER BIN View - Holds 210 lbs
Second row ...left to right
- BACK DRAFT DAMPER - 12 inches
- REAR VIEW, Filter, FRESH AIR Take-off, FLUE EXHAUST Take-off
- FRESH AIR KIT
- CONTROLLER Electronic Plate
- Flue Exhaust Pipe, 10 foot riser outside, (not included)
- Drawing of Add-on Furnace alongside other existing furnace (recommended)
Worried about RISING fuel prices?...well don't worry. Just buy a MULT-FUEL stove, furnace, boiler, or fireplace insert and SWITCH to another (cheaper) fuel such as CORN, WOOD PELLETS or big HARD RED WINTER WHEAT ... or switch grass, or any BIO-MASS fuel of-the-future. The latest prices are posted in bags of sizes 40lb, 50lb, or 55lb where a bushel of corn is 55lb bag. BLUE SEAL STOVE CORN is in 40lb bags. Whole corn at a farm feed dealer is usually bagged in 50 bags. Only elevator grain (corn) is bagged in 55lb bushel bags. WOOD PELLETS come in a smaller bag (40 lb), and they burn less-hot than corn or other bio-mass material.
- CORN in IOWA................................................. Sept 1, 2022.........$10.76/bu. bag
- CORN in EASTERN OHIO ...............................Sept 1, 2022 .......$10.07/bu. bag
- CORN in NEBRASKA .......................................Sept 1, 2022 .....$10.72/bu.bag
- Blue Seal STOVE CORN in NH.........................Sept 1, 2022 .....$11.79/40lb.bag
- Blue Seal STOVE CORN in VERMONT ..........Sept 1, 2022.......$11.92/40lb.bag
- Blue Seal STOVE CORN in MAINE ................. Sept 1, 2022......$11.41/40lb.bag
- Blue Seal STOVE CORN in MASS ....................Sept 1, 2022.......$11.99/40lb.bag
- Blue Seal STOVE CORN in NEW YORK .........Sept 1, 2022.......$11.99/40lb.bag
- Blue Seal STOVE CORN in PENN ....................Sept 1, 2022..........$11.63/40lb.bag
- WOOD PELLETS in IOWA ............................Sept 1, 2022 .......$4.75/40lb.bag
- WOOD PELLETS in NEBRASKA ......................Sept 1, 2022 .......$4.87/40lb.bag
- WOOD PELLETS in OHIO........ ........................Sept 1, 2022 .......$5.25/40lb.bag
- WOOD PELLETS NEW YORK ........................Sept1, 2022 .......$5.49/40lb.bag
- WOOD PELLETS in PENN .............................Sept 1, 2022 .......$5.98/40lb.bag
- WOOD PELLETS in MAINE ......................Sept 1, 2022 .........$5.25/40lb.bag
- WOOD PELLETS VERMONT ........................Sept 1, 2022 .......$5.65/40lb.bag
- WOOD PELLETS NEW HAMPSHIRE............Sept 1, 2022 .......$5.75/40lb.bag
- WOOD PELLETS IN MASS .....................Sept 1, 2022...........$5.99/40lb.bag
- SOYBEANS in IOWA............................... Sept 1, 2022 ..........$9.97/bu. bag
- SOYBEANS in NEBRASKA..................... Sept 1, 2022 .........$9.60/bu. bag
- BIG RED WHEAT NEBRASKA .....................Sept 1, 2022 .....$5.11/bu. bag
- BIG RED WHEAT MONTANA................... Sept 1, 2022 .......$4.94/bu. bag
- BIG RED WHEAT CANADA ....................Sept 1, 2022 .........$5.23/bu. bag
- CHERRY PITS MICHIGAN.......................Sept 1, 2022.........$7.25/50lb.bag
- CHERRY PITS OREGON..........................Sept 1, 2022...........$6.75/50lb.bag
- CHERRY PITS CALIFOR.........................Sept 1, 2022...........$7.25/50lb.bag
- OLIVE PITS CALIFORNIA.........................Sept 1, 2022..........$6.25/50lb.bag
- SUNFLOWER BLACK SEEDS..................Sept 1, 2022........$15.95/50lb.bag
Heat Output of Model II is 78-80,000 BTU/Hr. with speed adjustment from 50,000 to 80,000 BTU heating 1500 to 3,500 Square Feet will enable it to be speed-adjusted to fit the installation space. Model II has a 210 lb Hopper Bin and a Room Air Fan of 1240 CFM. It burns Corn, Woods Pellets, Cherry Pits, Olive Pits, Soy Beans, Processed Silage, Bio-Mass, Etc., Fire-pot Curved-bottom helps eliminate Clinkers. An Agitator (Option) for the Firepot can help eliminate clinkers. The Duct attachments are the same for both models. The 1240 CFM Circulation Blower blows air out the top through a DUCT Take-Off (an Option) Round 12", or 14" Square, or Rectangular 8"x16" with matching Back-Draft Damper (an Option) Round or Square. COLD-AIR Return Enclosure 24 x 14 x 20 inches is universally designed for either a rear or side take-off into a 20 x 14 inch Cold-Air tap-in. Also available (Option) is a 90 DEGREE HOT-AIR ASSEMBLY containing a 3-way adjustable damper register (8" X 20") mounted at the top in the face (see 2nd Picture). The Exhaust Blower is designed for Negative Draft, No Smoke Spillage. It has a Thermostatic Control Option through a millivolt thermostat, either Dial or Digital. It has Settings for 5 Heating or Auger speeds, coordinated Draft Flue Exhaust Speeds. Fuel speeds are 1 thru 5 (High). Micro-adjustments 1 thru 10 on Flue Draft Speed and Fuel Speed. Easy Operating, Built-in Computer Diagnostic Procedure easy to follow. LARGE Ash Tray and easy Ash Deposit and Removal. Overall unit efficiency: up to 97% combustion efficiency. With less than 1.00 grams/hr. particle emission rate, it meets both EPA Certified Phase II and EPA Exempt Status Standards.
MEETS BOTH EPA CERTIFIED PHASE II APPROVED
and NON-EXEMPT CRITERIA
At a low particle emission rate of less than 1.00 grams/hr this unit meets or exceeds the EPA Certified Phase II Emissions Standards at 7.5 grams/hr for non-catalytic wood stoves and 4.1 grams/hr for catalytic wood stoves. Wood pellet stoves are non-catalytic. This unit also meets the NON-EXEMPT CRITERIA because it has less than 1.00 gram per hour particulate emission rate. It meets the strict CALIFORNIA Standards, COLORADO Phase III Approved, state of WASHINGTON Standards (less than 4.5 g/hr.), and the strict OREGON Standards (less than 2.5 g/hr) for particle emissions.
OPTIONS available are as follows: (1) Wood-pellet burning at same price, (2) Corn-burning agitator option of $400 add-on, (3) GOLD or Brushed NICKEL Doors no longer available, Etched Glass add $200; (4) DUCT Take-off 14 Square $100, (5) DUCT Back-Draft Damper 14 inch Square $150, (6) BACK-DRAFT DAMPER Plates (leaves) for Old Existing Furnace $150; (7) HOT-AIR Plenum Riser 5 foot long 14 x 14 inch square $150, 2-1/2 feet long $100; (8) 14 inch Square Tap-in Collar $50; (9)Top-Mount 90 Degree DUCT-TURN w Register $350, (10) COLD-AIR Return Enclosure Box 24 x 14 x 20 inches designed universally to fit either rear or side mount to cold-air 20 x 14 inch opening $200; (11) COLD-AIR Plenum Drop 9-1/2 feet in 20 x10 inch to rt. angle turn 20 x 14 inch $250; (12) COLD-AIR Return 20 x 14 inch horizontal tie-in 5 foot long $150; (13) COLD-AIR Return Tap-in 20 x 14 inch $50; (14) 12-pak Air Filters 16 X 25 X 1 inches; (15) Flue Exhaust Kit 4-inch $415, (16) Basement 6 Foot 4-inch Flue Extention $150, (17) Flue Exhaust 4 inch Stainless Steel FLEX Pipe extention (any length) $25 per ft., (18) Fresh Air Kit 3-inch $145, (19) Extention 3" Aluminum Pipe (any length) $10 per ft., (20) Wall Digital Thermostat $72, Wall Dial-Indicator Thermostat $35, (21) Remote Control Thermostat $295, (22) Corn Screener/Cleaner $65; (23) Hot-Ash Vac $299.50.
Other Options are: (19) Model IV (FOUR) at 110,000 BTU/Hr add $2500, (20) Model V (FIVE) at 150,000 BTU/Hr add $4500, (21) Jumbo NON-Ductable blows air out horizontally subtract $700,
Thermostic control is optional and you can elect to either control your unit at either the dial dash board or by a wall thermostat (we sell them). If you plan to run your multifuel furnace on a thermostat, we suggest you run it initially without the themostat connected to become accustomed to the operation of the unit. If using a thermostat, when your room space does not call for heat, your multifuel furnace will ratchet down to a PILOT FIRE which should be the lowest dial setting (one). (See picture on bottom row of pictures). When it calls for heat the multifuel furnace will return to the previous dial setting. NOTE: Do NOT use the existing thermostat to control both your old and new furnace. This Mult-fuel Unit, if run with a thermostat, should be set about 5 Degrees higher than the Old furnace, so the majority of the heat will come from the Mutlt-fuel Unit. The Multi-fuel Unit should be the primary furnace...the old furnace should be the backup. In the first year it is not recommended the Old Furnace be replaced...in fact it may be wise to keep it permanently as a backup. We sell Wall Digital Thermostats Round or Square, Wall Dial-Indicator Thermostats, and Remote Control Thermostats. REPEAT SUGGESTION: Those electing a Thermostat Options should run their Multi-Fuel Furnace without it for 1-4 weeks in order to become familiar with the multi-fuel furnace on a stand-alone-basis.
POWER OUTAGE BACKUP MODULE
A Power-Outage Module (1000 watts) is available at $195 to supply 115 VAC to your crucial electrical devices ... a smart item to have as backup in power outages. Use this module for POWER OUTAGES and you can run it from any 12 VOLT BATTERY either a Car battery or a Deep Cycle Battery. It supplies 1000 WATTS of 115 VAC POWER with two outlets and battery cables are supplied. It will will run a variety of devices such as a CORN STOVES, WOOD PELLET STOVES , furnaces, computers, appliances, lights, sump pumps. It even has a USB Type A outlet that allows charging of IPOD's, and Cell Phones. SIZE: 10 inches Wide, 5 inches High, 15 inches Long, WEIGHT: 15 lbs. Larger 1575 Watt POWER priced at $250, still Larger 2500 Watt POWER priced at $350.WARRANTY
There is a 5 YEAR WARRANTY on the heat exchanger, combustion chamber, fire box, door, etc., and 1 YEAR WARRANTY on electronics. Re-sale by individuals or un-authorized dealers can not offer a valid warranty. Be careful from whom you buy. We are a Dealer specializing in corn stoves and can help you through your installation as well as and trouble shooting if necessary. Be careful as others do not have the capability to do that.
FLOOR LOCATION, DUCT LAYOUT, FLUE EXHAUST LAYOUT
There are two alternative layouts: (1) Short Hot-Air, Cold-air Duct runs, and long Flue Exhaust Pipe runs, long Combustion (Fresh) Air Pipe runs; (2) Long Duct runs and short Pipe runs. We recommend (1) short Duct runs and long Pipe runs.
SHORT DUCT RUNS: We recommend maximizing your room-air flow and having the shortest ductwork path possible with the least amount of turns (preferably none) using 14 inch square ductwork. Don't worry about how long your Flue Exhaust Pipe run or Fresh-Air Pipe run will be, as that will be the least of your problems. Locate your Multifuel Furnace right along side your existing furnace facing in the same direction and directly underneath the main air discharge trunk line that your existing furnace plenum rises up to meet. You then use a 14 inch square plenum for your Hot-air discharge from the top of your Multifuel Furnace, go straight up and mate into the same trunk line. Your Cold-air return on your Multifuel Furnace should have a 24 x 14 x 20 inch take-off from the bottom rear and from there you run either horizontally or vertically by tapping into either side of a 14 X 20 inch Tee located on the side or back. The Cold Air Tee is built universal and can tap either side left or right or at the rear, and go up either vertically or horizontally. Vertical: we sell a 14 X 20 vertical-drop cold air plenum with a right-angle turn at the bottom. Horizontal: You can simply go across the floor in a 14 X 20 inch rectangular plenum to mate into your existing old furnace. When you step back and face the front of the furnaces, you should see two vertical plenums going straight up merging into your Hot-air discharge trunk line. When you go to the rear of the furnaces you should see a horizontal 14 X 20 inch rectangular plenum lying on the floor (or close to it) connecting the two Cold-air return take-offs at the bottoms of each furnace. Note you will need back-draft dampers for both furnaces.
LONG PIPE RUNS: It does not matter how far you run your Flue Exhaust Pipe as you can always use 4 inch Stainless Steel FLEX pipe to run any distance and if your need a flue exhaust booster fan (probably not), then you can install one. Same comment for a Fresh-Air Pipe, run a 3 inch Aluminum pipe whatever distance you need.BACK-DRAFT DAMPER SUGGESTIONS
You will need both a Duct Take-off and a Duct Back-Draft Damper for your installation. You will need a back-draft damper installed in BOTH this multi-fuel Furnace and your Old furnace. We sell either a Round 12" Dia., 14" Square, or Rectangular (8"x16") Back-Damper for this unit and your Old Furnace we have Aluminum Drop Leaves you can use as back-draft damper. Unless the customer is a technical handyman, he (she) may want to hire a licensed certified HVAC mechanical contractor to install them. You can also hire a sheet metal fabricator to do it. Note: unless you insert back draft dampers for each furnace your system will not work correctly. The damper blades can be gravity drop and are usually made out of light-weight aluminum .025" thick. You can buy all three (3) back-draft dampers from us as they are on the website and they are hard to make ( must use light-weight aluminum .025" thick). Do not use galvanized metal for damper blades as they weigh too much and will starve your horse power output when the furnace turns on, the air blows up through the flaps. Buy the back-draft dampers from us and you will get the right thing. If you are having difficulty making or finding a back-draft damper, then call us.
We recommend using 14 inch square plenum and ductwork because it gives you the largest cross section area of 144 Square inches with the least amount of air-flow resistance. 12 inch round is the least attractive at 113 square inches, and 8 x 16 inch retangular is 128 square inches. We sell 14 inch plenum and duct in our website.OPERATING AND INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Winning bidders will be immediately mailed our 24 page OWNER'S MANUAL so they may read it and prepare for the future delivery of their Corn furnace (stove). In the Owner's Manual is a step by step instruction for installation of this Multi-fuel Furnace as a Primary Furnace located side by side to your Old Furnace. We recommend you run our Multi-fuel as a primary to achieve your desired temperature and use your old furnace as a backup and dial-down the thermostat to your old furnace about 5 Degrees lower than what you are confortable with. You Old furnace should only fire-up in an emergence back-up role. Do NOT run off the same thermostat; in fact you may wish to try running our Multifuel unit initially without a thermostat.
Do NOT get rid of your Old Furnace but keep it as an emergency back-up. Use our Multi-fuel Unit as your primary furnace set to produce heat at 5 Degrees higher than your Old Furnace. The Multi-fuel Unit does not need a thermostat to run effectively. You do NOT need a thermostat to run the Multi-fuel Unit. Do not use one thermostat for both furnaces. If you elect (as an option) to run the Multi-fuel unit on a thermostat, then it must have it's own thermostat. Those electing a Thermostat Option should first run their Multi-Fuel Furnace without it for 1-4 weeks so they become familiar with the multi-fuel furnace on a stand-alone-basis.
Also installation for Exhaust Flue Vent Kit (not provided) and startup are available. Exhaust Flue Vent Kit can be purchased separately at your request and/or check our website. We sell 4 inch Stainless Steel FLEX extensions in any length that can connect to the rear of the Multifuel furnace and run anywhere either inside or out. Up-The-Basement-Wall Extension of 6 feet with another 90 turn is available. Included is a Fresh Air Intake Kit which is recommended and can be used to avoid room air vacuum as well as draw oxygen-rich air in from the outside.
Thermostatic customers nervous about premature furnace shut down at slower speeds, could run a small percentage of wood pellets mixed with corn. We recommend customers experiment with burning a mixture of wood pellets and corn...they may wish to switch exclusively to wood pellets later if the price of corn skyrockets. We also recommend customers experiment burning soybeans and wheat. Crushed Oyster Shell sprinkled in the hopper bin facilitates a cleaner burning and helps avoid any Clinker formation. However the high technology agitator design, extremely rugged, helps eliminate clinkers also. The unit is NEW in a box/crated pallet.
Customer may pick this item up in person or have it shipped by a commercial Freight Carrier 650 lbs to the nearest large-city Main Terminal serving the customer's geographic area. The customer will drive over to the Main Terminal in a pickup truck and they will load it into their truck with a fork-lift truck. Shipping costs to the USA mainland will be from $245.00 to $345.00 with an average of $295.00; therefore we are charging a flat rate of $295.00. For another $50.00 we could ship to a local business in your town or nearby city that has a Fork-Lift and/or Loading Dock. Lumber Yards, Farm Equipment Dealers, or local Manufacturers are good candidates to receive shipping. Call for a quote outside of the U.S. such as Canada.
Heat Output Model II is 80,000 BTU/hr with 210 lbs Hopper Bin, 5 Heat Range knob settings, 10 Micro-adjustment Settings for Draft and Fuel Speeds. It has a 1250 CFM Room Air Blower. Heating Capacity for Model I are ranging from 1,500 to 3,500 Square Feet, up to 1260 CFM through Duct Take-Offs (Options) either 12" Round, 14" Square, or 8"x16" Square. Hopper Bin Capacity is 210 lbs and will feed any biomass fuel (multi-fuel). Return-Air Filter Slot for Filter Sizes 16 x25x1 inches and the COLD AIR Return take-off is 14 X 24 inches with . Recommended Flue Size is 4" Type L Corn or BioVent originates from a 3" Take-off inside the machine from the Flue Exhaust Motor. The 4" Flue is Type L double-wall with the inside wall made out of stainless steel. Fresh-Air Kit is 3 Inch Piping. Weight of the Model II Furnace is 500 lbs with crate/pallet is around 600 lbs. Dimensions of Model II (TWO) are: 26 inches Wide, 47-1/2 inches High, 36 inches Deep; Thermostatic Control Option, Electrical 115 VAC, 10 Amps, 60 Hz, a POWER OUTAGE Module is available. It was Safety Tested by Warnock Hersey Testing Laboratory (trademark symbol WH) and Listed to CAN/CSA B366.1-M91, UL 391-99 and ULC 391-99. Warnock Hersey performs 80% of the testing of wood and wood-pellet stoves in America and is a testing division of Intertek acquired in 1992. Manufacturer: American Heating SystemsQUESTIONS
For questions, comments, or to Buy-It-Now thru Ebay, contact: Corn Stoves of Iowa, Dealer, 1304 1st Avenue, N.W., Suite B, Cedar Rapids, IA 52405, 319-298-0500, land, 319-0536-5377 cell, FAX 319-298-0500 (call to turn FAX on), E-mail: [email protected]
On Nov-07-05 at 07:51:15 PST, seller added the following information: Always buy from a DEALER. Never buy from individuals.