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The biomass heat exchanger furnace can burn husklage, wood residue, or other biomass fuels to produce warm air for space heating or for process use such as grain drying. The current biomass furnace system, sold under the name BioMaster by Sukup Manufacturing Company, is a fourth-generation version of the original developed by the U.S. Department of Energy and Iowa State University. Two furnace sizes are available - 1.5 million Btu/hour (up to 250 lb/hr of waste) and 3.5 million Btu/hour (up to 500 lb/hr of waste). The furnace is designed to provide the high temperatures, combustion air, and mixing action critical for clean, complete combustion. The fully automatic BioMaster system quickly and easily disposes of combustible waste, saving landfill fees while providing an alternative source of energy. To date, installed BioMaster systems have saved nearly 1 trillion Btu of energy (the energy in more than 150,000 barrels of oil) and reduced annual CO2 emissions by nearly 5000 tons. Among its advantages are that it: 1) saves energy; 2) reduces emissions; 3) increases productivity; 4) eliminates cellulosic waste; 5) enhances fuel flexibility; and 6) provides a safe operating environment. Courtesy of DOE/NREL. Credit - Energetics.

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current15:28, 4 August 2011Thumbnail for version as of 15:28, 4 August 2011500 × 384 (48 KB)Dmulcahy (Talk | contribs)The biomass heat exchanger furnace can burn husklage, wood residue, or other biomass fuels to produce warm air for space heating or for process use such as grain drying. The current biomass furnace system, sold under the name BioMaster by Sukup Manufactur
15:26, 4 August 2011Thumbnail for version as of 15:26, 4 August 2011500 × 384 (48 KB)Dmulcahy (Talk | contribs)The biomass heat exchanger furnace can burn husklage, wood residue, or other biomass fuels to produce warm air for space heating or for process use such as grain drying. The current biomass furnace system, sold under the name BioMaster by Sukup Manufactur

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