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Last post Sun, May 1 2011 22:11 by farmerbush. 3 replies.
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  • Thu, Apr 28 2011 21:48

    Farm 2000 Straw Wood Burner

     Farm 2000 Straw and Wood Burner

    For heating your home / workshop / shed

    Renewable Energy - No more expensive fuel bills

    A post here for anyone looking for a Farm 2000 Big Bale burner. We have been using this burner to heat our very large bungalow (4000 sq ft) very cheaply and efficiently. This is a very large burner capable of taking large round bales (4ft round). For our bungalow we burned one bale of wheat straw a day which gave a plentiful supply of very hot water to our radiators and hot water cylinder. It has a 10,000 litre accumulator tank for storing the heated water before entering the house when required. This system is very flexible, as you have a constant supply of hot water, on demand when you need it. It enables you to control the house temperature instead of being too hot when the boiler is burning and then cooling off when it dies down. You can burn just to supply your hot water cylinder in the summer if you wish.


    This Burner would be capable of heating very large sheds or workshops, or even drying grain.

    It could also heat a swimming pool, as well as your home.

    It will burn anything - household rubbish, wood, straw - Anything that will burn

    Having so much heat at your fingertips will mean you will no long worry about oil prices rising, and may decide to heat your garage and out buildings, just because you can.

    If you are at all confused or have any questions regarding whether this would suit your home / farm do not hesitate to call me on 077899772131 and I will happily answer any questions.

    Please ring to arrange a viewing, the boiler is still operating at the monent so good chance to see it in action, it will be removed from property once buyer is found. We can load onto your vehicle for transportation.

    Many thanks, Andy
  • Thu, Apr 28 2011 23:33 In reply to

    • old mcdonald
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    Re: Farm 2000 Straw Wood Burner

    farmerbush, If it is so good will the new buyer not want to keep it?

  • Fri, Apr 29 2011 9:08 In reply to

    • scoobyjim
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    Re: Farm 2000 Straw Wood Burner

     Is it that cheap if you are burning a large bale of straw per day at say £15 per bale which works out to be £450 per month?

  • Sun, May 1 2011 22:11 In reply to

    Re: Farm 2000 Straw Wood Burner

     Hi there, It is a very cheap way of heating a home, if your a farmer with an enless supply of straw! No good buying it in as you have suggested.

     

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