Why Will 100s of Outdoor Furnaces DIE From Stubbornness?

This Year 100s of Outdoor Wood Boilers Will DIE From Stubbornness 

Will Yours Be One?

 

Don't Let Your Outdoor Wood Furnace Be One of These!

 You cannot see the inside of your water jacket unless you have a cutting torch and cut open a hole in the steel. But...

 We have seen the inside of many water jackets.

 We know INSTANTLY if the owner was using Liquid Armor Outdoor Boiler Water Treatment. Here is what we see when a customer DOES NOT use proper water treatment: 

 

 

(Notice holes starting to form!)

 

And then this happens:

 

 

A furnace that leaks is useless.

 

Untreated water eats holes in steel. If you don't use Liquid Armor, your furnace will die. Liquid Armor protects your outdoor wood stove from corrosion! Click HERE for your Liquid Armor.

 

Good News:

Here is what a water jacket looks like on the inside that has been treated with Liquid Armor Water Treatment:

 

 

We want your furnace to last forever! Because once your furnace dies, you cannot replace it!

 

New EPA regulations prohibit you from purchasing a new outdoor wood burner! So if you don't want your outdoor wood boiler to die, follow these three simple steps:

 

1. Use Corrosion Inhibitor which is our Liquid Armor

2. Submit You Water Sample and Get a FREE Water Analysis

3. Be Confident Knowing Your Furnace is Protected

 

Click HERE for simple instructions on how to use Liquid Armor Water Treatment.

 

Our goal at OutdoorBoiler.com is to help you realize the best return on your investment! You made a big investment in your furnace system so you deserve to realize a great return on that investment!

 

Learn more about how to extend the life of your Outdoor Wood Burning Boiler by visiting our DIY Blog by clicking this link HERE.

For more outdoor wood boiler parts, visit our online store OutdoorBoiler.com!

Operating Furnace FAQs:

  • Am I burning too much wood?

You may be. Is the wood properly seasoned? Have you cleared the firebox? High wood consumption can be caused by a number of factors.

  • Can I leave my Outdoor Wood Burner over the weekend?

You may have someone "feed" your furnace for you or you may lower the thermostat temperature.

  • Should I turn my thermostat down at night?

No, the lower the water temperature will cause the use of more wood to recover.

  • What are the critical items to operate and maintain my furnace efficiently?

1. Keep water full

2. Manage ash

3. Use water treatment

4. Use seasoned wood

5. Keep fire in the middle of the firebox

6. Clean tubes regularly

 

Maintenance FAQs

  • Why is water treatment important?

The boiler chemical (water treatment) that you would apply to your furnace water coats the inside of the furnace to reduce the effects of corrosion on the metal. Click HERE to order our Liquid Armor Water Treatment and other outdoor wood furnace parts. Every gallon of Liquid Armor comes with FREE 2 sample bottles. Then submit your water sample to Outdoor Boiler Lab and get Free Water Test!

  • How often do I need to Inspect my Chimney/Flue

Inspect chimney and flue monthly and clean as needed. Clean chimney and flue annually. Perform cleaning and maintenance only when no fire is present in the firebox and ashes are cooled completely.

  • Why is ash management important?

If the ash becomes wet it is corrosive to the metal of the furnace. If the level of ash is too thick in the water box it does not allow for efficient heat transfer to the water in the water jacket of the furnace. The temperature of the water in the jacket is used to heat your house.

Troubleshooting

  • Why am I not getting hot water?

Check that the hot water system is connected properly. Check if the heat exchanger is partially or totally clogged.

  • Why does my furnace continue to burn when it is not operating?

Check the door seal, door adjustment, and solenoid.

  • I can't find a leak in my furnace. Why am I losing water?

Outdoor Wood Burning Boilers use a non-pressurized system, this means that the existing heating system is exposed to the air. Since the water in the system can and will be warmer than the air, there will be evaporation of the water in the system. The water must be checked and adjusted at least once a month, sometimes more.