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WNO#: 11
Type: Indoor Gasification Wood Boilers
Brand: TARM
Model: Solo Plus 60
Max BTU: 198,000
Firebox Vol: 6 cub. ft.
Max Wood Length: 20 inches
Water Vol: 60 gallons
Weight: 1210 lb.
Efficiency: 85%
Country Manufactured: Denmark
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wood boiler reviews TARM Indoor Gasification Wood Boilers 5 out of 5 based on 3 user reviews.

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TARM Solo Plus 60
Description:Indoor Gasification Wood Boilers - BTU: 198,000
Rating: 5 wood boiler reviews
Author:nhfarmer
Review:I must say that I really love my Tarm. Bio-heat was excelent to deal with and they are always available if you have any questions. I used the diagrams supplyed by Tarm and heat my old farmhouse with no problems.I suppose the only negative is the latches that lock the door are a little cheezy and take a little adjustment to get them to work well. Other than that I would highly recommend this unit.


TARM Solo Plus 60
Description:Indoor Gasification Wood Boilers - BTU: 198,000
Rating: 4 wood boiler reviews
Author:WoodNotOil
Review:Tarm boilers have been being sold in the US for many decades and are known for their durability and long life. I run a solo 30 and it has been in use since 2005 without any problems whatsoever. It is a downdraft gasfier with simple controls compared to some of the newer designs. The addition of heat storage has evened out performance and allowed me to be oil free even in the off season. I hope to run this boiler for decades to come!


TARM Solo Plus 60
Description:Indoor Gasification Wood Boilers - BTU: 198,000
Rating: 5 wood boiler reviews
Author:Greg
Review:After burning on average 1100 gallons of oil a year and heating a hot tub with electricity, we figure that we saved $22,500 over the last 5 years! That more than pays for the boiler, storage, install and wood processing equipment. Now back to cutting wood...


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