November 10, 2010 – Red Lake Falls, MN – WoodMaster, the industry leader in flex fuel furnaces, announced today that its new Flex Fuel indoor and outdoor furnaces have been certified by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Additionally, the furnaces are endorsed by the EPA’s Burn Wise partnership program, an effort that emphasizes the importance of burning the right wood, the right way, in the right wood-burning appliance to protect consumers’ homes, health and the environment.
An EPA-certified wood stove or wood heating appliance has been independently tested by an accredited laboratory to meet a particulate emissions limit of 7.5 grams per hour for non-catalytic wood stoves and 4.1 grams per hour for catalytic wood stoves. With an extremely clean 0.04 lb/million BTU – one of the highest efficiency ratings issued by EPA – WoodMaster is the guaranteed industry leader.
“With our Flex Fuel furnaces, consumers have the option to choose the least expensive fuel – cord wood, wood pellets or wood chips,” says Chuck Gagner, president of Northwest Manufacturing, Inc., the parent company of WoodMaster. “When customers pair that level of fuel flexibility with industry-leading efficiency, they save more money when heating their home. That’s why we can offer such a strong guarantee.”
WoodMaster Flex Fuel indoor and outdoor furnaces – the first bioenergy Flex Fuel furnaces to be manufactured in the United States – are engineered with proven, ultra-efficient, clean European technologies and WoodMaster quality and durability. There are 24 hour furnace repair companies to help you if you are ever in need for repairs. WoodMaster partnered with SOLARFOCUS, an Austrian-based company recognized for it’s world-leading technology of multi-fuel furnaces, to bring the Flex Fuel furnaces to the United States. The furnaces burn cord wood, wood pellets or wood chips.
WoodMaster furnaces are manufactured and distributed by Northwest Manufacturing of Red Lake Falls, Minnesota. Since 1989, WoodMaster has built industry-leading outdoor furnaces, continually finding innovative uses of natural energy and alternative fuel sources. The company is now the first to manufacture bioenergy flex fuel furnaces in North America. Its products are sold and serviced nationwide by a growing dealer network of natural heating experts. WoodMaster dealers receive extensive in-house and online training, and every dealer is factory-certified. Annual continuing education is required to ensure dealers meet high standards in knowledge and expertise, another commitment to leading the industry. For more information, visit www.woodmaster.com.
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