Search Stoves & Reviews

Fahrenheit Technologies Introduces Endurance Biomass Furnace

Dec 21, 2007- Wise Heat

Fahrenheit Technologies Introduces Endurance Biomass Furnace

Holland, MI - Fahrenheit Technologies Inc. recently released its newest biomass furnace - The Endurance 50F.

According to the company, the Endurance 50F features a large ash drawer for ash disposal after extended heating periods, reducing cleaning requirements by as much as 80% compared to conventional corn furnaces. In addition, it can burn corn with a moisture content up to 18%, giving the user a wider choice of dried corn grades, the company adds. The Endurance will also burn wood pellets and cherry pits as well as other biomass pellets the company is testing.

The UL-approved furnace is designed for use as a stand-alone or add-on, and is rated at 18,000 to 50,000 BTUs per hour for heating an entire home.

Fahrenheit Technologies Introduces Endurance Biomass Furnace
Comment posted by Artemis3484 on October 04, 2011
How much are the Fahrenheit Units currently running? How reliable are they? We're looking to an alternative to our propane. We had an old wood burning furnace, LOVED the cozy hear but it wan inconsistant, also it was constantly backing smoke up into the house and every thing smelled like camp fire! Hard to conduct a serious coorporate meeting when your cloathes smell like you've just been ...
Read complete comment
Fahrenheit Technologies Introduces Endurance Biomass Furnace
Comment posted by sbeam on May 22, 2009
I bought one in sept '08. It started burning the pellets in the hopper just before Christmas. Most snow (36") in Oregon in 40 yrs. First they told me it isn't meant to be a stand alone system. Then they back tracked and sent me a new one. Two weeks without heat. Its now mid May and it's broken yet again. Please give me my money back.
Read complete comment
Fahrenheit Technologies Introduces Endurance Biomass Furnace
Comment posted by Frank on October 12, 2008
I'm from Ottawa, Canada and I ordered a Fahrenheit 50F from a store in Montreal (2 hours away from my home). I Paid $4,700 plus tax for it and I went to pick it up in early October 2008. It doesn't burn saw dust or wood chips... their website specifies what they burn, such as wood pellets, grain pellets, corn, cherry pits and other bio mass fuel. An auger about 2 1/2 inches in diameter pushes the ...
Read complete comment
Fahrenheit Technologies Introduces Endurance Biomass Furnace
Comment posted by bow396@aol.com on September 15, 2008
how much do they run? cost --thank u
Read complete comment
Fahrenheit Technologies Introduces Endurance Biomass Furnace
Comment posted by ttandt@canada. com on August 28, 2008
Looking for a price on your 50000 Btu unit.deliverd to Nova Scotia Canada. Does it burn saw dust, wood chips azs well a corn and pellets etc? could you provid a list? how many inches is the dia of the duct from the unit to be directed to the centreal hot air system.
Read complete comment
Comment on this article below.
Name or Screen Name:* (required)
Overall Performance Rating: 5 (outstanding) to 1 (very poor)
Efficiency Rating: 5 (outstanding) to 1 (very poor)
Ease of Use Rating: 5 (outstanding) to 1 (very poor)
Your Comment Title:
Your comment:
antibotimage  

Can't read it? Click the image again.

(case insensitive)


Browse Related Stoves by Keyword:


Catalytic and Non-Catalytic Wood Stoves

Catalytic and Non-Catalytic refers to the two methods employed in new stoves to keep them running clean and efficiently.

Stove Review Archive

More Information

Latest Reviews - All Stoves

Accessories & Manufacturers