The Blue Forge outdoor gasification stove is a biomass-burning appliance. It can be used for both forced-air and radiant heating applications, and can be used to heat residential or commercial buildings up to 10,000 square feet. Two models are available: Model 1300 and Model 1900. Without any modifications, the Blue Forge can be fueled with firewood, shelled corn, ear corn, hay, wood pellets, or grain. The unit runs the fuel through an intense baking process, forcing the gases out of the fuel, which it then burns at around 1,900°F. The result of this high-temperature gasification burn is very little smoke out of the stack. Features include a modular design, side panel cleanouts, smoke bypass, stainless steel grates, swivel door, powder-coat paint finish, and forced inverted burn.
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