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Taylor WaterStove, American made since 1970 are durably built to endure the coldest of Canadian winters. These water stoves consist of a durable wood-burning fire box surrounded by water. Being surrounded by water prevents burnouts. Try an experiment; hold a candle under a paper cup filled with water, the water boils but the cup wont burn.
The stainless steel Double Pass Flue® runs horizontally through the water jacket. Any wood stove or fireplace looses most of its heat through the flue; with this double pass flue system, the heat of the flue actually helps heat the water tank. The automatic draft system keeps the water in the water tank at a constant 180°. This water makes heat readily available when your house calls for heat. The water jacket is surrounded, like a thermos, by a thick posi-sea urethane insulation. Hot water is pumped through an insulated pipe to a heat exchanger unit located in your heating ductwork or through an existing hot water system; radiant floor heat, or baseboard / radiator units. Also, unlike a traditional wood stove or fireplace this system allows for a more constant heat, just as your gas or electric furnace does.
The domestic hot water coil sits submerged in the water tank. Cold water comes in and hot water goes out. This gives you inexpensive continuous hot water. You can take a 4 hour shower and still wash 20 loads of laundry with hot water to spare.
Your Taylor WaterStove® can heat your swimming pool or hot tub. A coil sits in your water tank, much like your domestic water coil, and uses your pool or hot tub pump to circulate the hot water into your pool or hot tub. It can also be hooked to your clothes dryer to eliminate your heating element or gas burner in your clothes dryer.
There are eleven different Taylor WaterStoves. There are stoves which have fuel oil, propane, and natural gas automatic backups. There is a stove with an ash door and shaker grate, which is great for burning coal. Lastly there are stoves that have the capacity to heat your neighborhood or your neighborhood Wal-Mart.
This site was last updated 09/15/11