Green Gasification Furnaces for the Green Mountain State.

SANDY POINT ME, May 7,2008--- Barrett Enterprises announces that the Vermont DEP just added the E 3400 Sequoyah Gasification to its list of smokeless outdoor wood boilers (OWHH) meeting the emission limits in Vermont along with Maine .



This unique downdraft design of the E3400 has over 40 feet of super heated firebrick, produces less emissions while maximizing Btu's so you use about 50% LESS wood than traditional outdoor wood furnaces, getting a true 18-24 hour burn all of this without a catalytic converter that has to be replaced often. Our heavy duty units are made out of inch boiler plate, the material to withstand the high temperatures for years providing reliable investment for your family. The Model E3400 Gasification Outdoor Wood Furnace can heat up to 10,000 sq ft and has a forced downdraft design and 103 sq ft of heat transfer area.
It provides 100% of heat and hot water for homes, outbuildings, barns, hot water, snow melt applications, pools/ hot tubs, radiant heat, hot water to purge milk lines in farms, business, laundry mats and much more. We are committed to offering superior green cooling and heating products factory direct to the consumer. The E 3400 can hook into existing heating systems or be a central radiant heating system in new construction. Oil is at $120/barrel now is the time to order factory direct and be energy independent
"Invest in renewable energy and an environmentally responsible heating alternative now and be energy independent says Callie Barrett, President of Barrett Enterprises. Burning wood outdoors is the safest, most economical, way to heat. To learn more about this Orange Tag EPA Approved Furnace and other Green Products please visit
www.GreenCoolingAndHeating.com

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