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Definition:
A WaterStove is a furnace (using wood, coal and/or liquid fuels) that heats a water reservoir (1350 to 1850 gallons) up to 210 degrees (almost boiling). This hot water is stored in the reservoir until a thermostat signals a pump to send the hot water to heat transfer devices (radiators, baseboards, forced air, hydronic floor heat, etc.) to heat the air and domestic hot water in homes or businesses.  


Turbo Heat Unit
This definition was found on the website: WaterStoveDirectory.com
 


 
A WaterStove can heat your entire home, your office, all your hot water, a swimming pool, hot tub, shop, outbuildings, greenhouses, snow melt, and much more...   AND you can heat them all at the same time with one WaterStove. Plus, you can use any standard energy source available including: natural gas, propane, heating oil, waste oil, firewood, coal, burnable waste, electricity, solar energy, and more!  
 
 
 
WaterStoves have been proven an efficient and economical
primary heat source in the following applications:


Residental
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New Construction
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Commercial
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Existing Structures
Apartments
Industrial

Greenhouses

     
     

  How the heat from a WaterStove is distributed  
  The hot water stored in a WaterStove reservoir can instantly supply heat to virtually anything using "hydronic (hot water) distribution".  This can be done through standard forced air systems, in-floor radiant heat pipes, radiators, wall insert heaters, surface mount heaters, hot water baseboards, heated towel racks, etc.  The possibilities are limitless.  Hydronic distribution can be retrofitted to most existing buildings or installed in new construction.  
 
Central
Forced Air
In-Floor Hydronics
Baseboards
Radiators
Wall Mounted Heaters

 

 
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