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Energy Efficient Heating Systems - Turboburn

Camolin Park
Camolin
Enniscorthy
Co Wexford
Ireland
Contact Person: Frank Murhill
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Phone: 00 353 86 0277 000
Occupation: Energy Efficient Heating Systems

Introducing the Turbo Burn

Inexpensive heat and unlimited fresh hot water for:

  • Home or business
  • Garage or shop
  • Greenhouse or barn
  • Warehouse
  • Swimming pool / hot tub

Burns any fuel

  • Coal
  • Wood
  • Waste Oil
  • Natural Gas
  • Fuel Oil
  • Electricity
  • Propane

Turbo Burn is a true multi-fuel water stove which means you can select the least expensive fuel available to heat your home and structures as well as satisfy all of your hot water needs.

Turbo Burn’s state-of-the-art design burns fuel so hot that most solids, liquids and gasses are completely consumed. The end result is the extraction of more BTUs from fuel than conventional furnaces with virtually no smoke.

Inside each stove there is between 74 and 140 square feet of heat transfer surface area. This makes the TurboBurn one of the most efficient heating systems on the market today.

A Water Stove is a furnace that burns wood to heat a water reservoir up to 210 F degrees (98.9 C) - 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.

Standard Water Stoves (90% of the market) Water Reservoir - 50 to 200 gallons Fire Requirements - continuous fire which smolders until the heat is demanded Wood Burning Efficiency - 50% to 70% Pollutants Emitted - high to excessive

Located in: Scotland