The AGRI-FLAME is a large bale-burning stove designed as a suppliment to the normal propane or natural gas heating systems to reduce the heating costs of livestock houses and green houses. The patent pending design takes full advantage of the resources available to farmers and requires considerably less use of more costly energy sources.The AGRI-FLAME can be expected to reduce total heating costs by 40% to 70% or more under ideal situations. Until now, a stove of this magnitude has not been available for purchase.
The AGRI-FLAME is designed to heat with any dry bio-mass bale (such as baled cornstalks, fescue stubble, straw, hay etc.) but can also burn bundled slab wood. This renewable fuel is burned inside the stove to heat almost 4000 gallons of water which is then circulated to the houses and through a series of radiator units that transfer the heat into the houses, reducing the need for heat from other sources. The burned matter can then be pushed out of the stove through the chute in the back and may be used as a fertilizer in some applications. The AGRI-FLAME is also environmentally friendly since it burns natural materials.
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