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I am a guy from Missouri, United States

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Look at how to save on your heating bill this winter.

WELCOME!

 


This page is just showing a view of my Lil'House Heater hooked up to my house on the farm. You will notice some folks coming by looking at the heater as well as dogs and cats.

 


*How the Lil House Heater works.*

The drum is a high capacity, cylindrical firebox. On the upper portion of the door is the adjustable draft control disk, for the regulation of air entering the unit. The air is preheated as it is drawn down the internal draft channel (on the inside of the door). The draft is sucked into the bottom of the heater with a turbulent action, mixing with the wood gases for efficient combustion. The patented design of the airtight door and the matching door frame and the internal draft channel make the unit spark proof.

The 16 gauge steel walls of the drum heater are strong enough to withstand constant high temperatures, and yet generate quick heat. (It takes heat longer to travel through heavy-walled material. And the more heat that penetrates the surface, the less hot air escapes up the chimney.) The stove, therefore, allows the maximum amount of heat to penetrate into your home. Being round gives the barrel more resistance to stress. In the heavy, flat-sided rectangular stoves, the corners get hotter. In the round thinner walled stove, the temperatures of the wall is more uniform, therefore, the thermal stresses are less. And, since steel is flexible, it has the ability to bend under stress, while cast iron can only crack when it reaches extreme temperatures. Be sure and check back in the fall as it will be back in operation heating my home.

 

 

 

Please visit our website:


www.outsidewoodheater.com

For more information about the heater and its operation.

Scott Bradley

 

Call during normal business hours:  417-581-7755  Scott

 


We are located near Branson Missouri and Springfield Missouri.

Thanks for stopping by!




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    December 11, 2012 at 04:51 am
    Hope you have Merry Christmas and have a happy new year.
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    November 26, 2012 at 23:00 pm
    @ronfis72:
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  • ronfis72
    November 14, 2012 at 00:47 am
    Congratulations from Ron on vancouver island,B.C., canada. this is a marvelous invention. Do you have the design patented?,if not you should. This would be usefull in many parts of Canada.we have the climate for it. very interesting indeed. great stuff. take care and stay warm this winter. Ron.
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    November 13, 2012 at 23:37 pm
    @Peter:
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    September 20, 2009 at 20:06 pm
    ;-)
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    April 18, 2009 at 06:34 am
    Greetings from Finland!
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  • beth
    December 27, 2005 at 17:26 pm
    hiya from scotland, great idea! enjoyed watching, peace to u and ur family
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