The Cozeburn Hot Water Outdoor Furnace is the perfect choice for all your residential heating needs. The Cozeburn’s quality and dependability has kept it in the forefront of the hot water furnace industry for nearly two decades. Although it was originally designed to burn cordwood, the Cozeburn may also burn corn, ag cubes, wood pellets, coal, or other biomass fuels when equipped with a Pro-Stoker. The Cozeburn is available in four sizes and offers both Mild Steel and Stainless Steel models. These multiple models cater to any residential or small business heating load and are equipped with several ports for multiple hookups. The Cozeburn is ideal for heating houses, shops, small greenhouses, pools, hot tubs, garages, sheds, and domestic hot water.
The Cozeburn Outdoor Hot Water Furnace connects directly into your existing heating system in your home, shop, greenhouse, or other application. The Cozeburn is designed with a central firebox surrounded by a large capacity water reserve. The corrugated firebox top provides maximum surface area for the most efficient heat. After the water is heated, it is channeled to your home’s heating system through underground insulated pipes.
In your house, the hot water from the furnace may be used for several applications. The hot water line is typically connected to your hot water tank through a heat exchanger, providing all your domestic hot water. The water is then channeled into the existing radiant or forced air heating system. Depending on the application, a water-to-air heat exchanger can be installed to direct the heat into your heating system. The Cozeburn is installed in conjunction with an existing heating system, which remains connected as a backup system.
Heat is thermostatically controlled on the furnace by setting the aquastat to your desired temperature, ensuring even, consistent, efficient heat. The Cozeburn is equipped with multiple hookups, allowing you to heat several buildings at once.
The Cozeburn Outdoor Hot Water Furnace is ideal for a variety of applications. It can be used for a single building or residence or piped to other areas. The diagrams below show just a few of the possible applications. Contact a dealer near you for information on setting up an Cozeburn to meet your needs.
Radiant In-Floor Heating
In-floor heating is the most efficient and comfortable heating option, as hot water flows through tubes in the floor of a house or building, providing consistent heat.
Forced Air Systems
Heat can also be transferred from the Cozeburn through your existing forced air system. A water-to-air heat exchanger converts heat from the water into usable heat for your forced air system.
Domestic Hot Water, Pools, and Hot Tubs
In addition to heating houses and other buildings, the Cozeburn Hot Water Furnace also provides heat for all domestic hot water. Generally a side arm heat exchanger unit is installed to your hot water tank. Similarly, the Cozeburn can provide heat for pools and hot tubs through a water-to-water heat exchanger installed on the pool heater.
Other applications, such as greenhouses, shops, sheds, and other outbuildings use similar hookup methods, and in most cases, a single Cozeburn unit can provide heat for several buildings.