The 30A is a multi-purpose, solid fuel furnace that demonstrates its versatility by providing warm air central duct heating. The dependable model 30A utilizes durable, cast-iron shaker grates capable of burning both wood and coal and the draft inducer kit is included. The rigid two-piece, welded firebox design is sustained by firebrick lined side walls as well as heavy-duty cast iron front and rear liners.
- Installation materials are NOT included (i.e. floor protector, chimney connector, thimble, radiation shield, flue, heat duct, return air duct, etc.)
- Twin 550 CFM blowers
- 6" flue collar
- 12" diameter heat outlet
- Return air required
- Separate ash door with removable dump pan
- Extra-heavy duty cast iron doors, grates, and liners
- Removable/replaceable shaker grates (handle included)
- Comes standard with draft induction
- Firebrick lined to boost efficiency and heating capacity
- Firebox dimensions: width: 18", depth: 30", height: 21 1/2"
- Optional hot water coil kit, part number 1124
- Not approved for use in mobile or modular homes
- Not available for sale in WA and CA
Capacities Amounts Fuel Wood/Coal Heating Capacity Up to 2,700 Sq. Ft. Coal Capacity 130 lbs. Log Length 26" BTUs Up to 161,000 Depth w/blower 46" Depth w/o blower 39" Width 23.25" Height 46.25" Weight 488 lbs.
SKU 3341050 Model 30A ** Weight 488.0000 Color No Size No Width No In Store Only No Price $1,499.99
Rural King provides a defect or damage warranty within 30 days of receipt. All Manufacturing Return Policies Supersede Rural King's Return Policy.
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- Excellent Furnace Review by Mark May
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This is my 3rd full season using this furnace, it is also the coldest season since installing this heater. We've had more nights below 0 degrees F. than above since Christmas here in Vermont.
Our house is 2500 sq, feet and this heats every inch of it with wood. I tried coal but the grates didn't allow enough air to maintain combustion levels in the fire box. I am very happy with his product but if I were to buy a furnace knowing what I now know, it would not be this model.
I'd buy one with larger circulation motors for better heat distribution and with a secondardy burn chamber for cleaner, more efficient fuel combustion. This furnace will use at least 6 cords of wood this year and that is more than I've ever burned. Never-the-less, I am happy with it. If you understand the art of burning firewood and you follow the manufacture's instructions for installation and use, you will be completely satisfied for a house sized less than 2500 sq. feet.
(Posted on 2/15/2014)
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