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Caddy - E.P.A. wood-oil combination furnace


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This appliance is EPA approuved (green/white) CSA Tested

The Cadillac of furnaces!

The Caddy furnace comes with the same dimensions and basic features as its cousin, the PSG 3000. But its highly advanced combustion technology sets it apart from all others. The Caddy is specifically designed to meet the highest combustion standards in North America today, those of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
As such, it is one of the cleanest and most efficient furnaces ever produced by PSG, with savings in heating wood of up to 30% and reductions in particles emissions reaching 90%. One look at the fire through the glass door of the Caddy and you'll see why!

A Unique heat exchanger system

The Caddy provides exceptional efficiency because of its unique heat exchanger system. The cylinder-shaped smoke ducts inside the furnace serve as its heat exchangers and ensure rapid heat transfer because of their ideal diameter and thickness.
Hot gases wind their way around the C-cast baffle in the combustion chamber and then into the exchangers above it before reaching the main smoke pipe.
The heat, which normally dissipates directly into the chimney, instead circulates inside the furnace.
The furnace's powerful fan then extracts and pushes all this heat into your heating ducts in uniform fashion throughout the house.

Carefree cleaning

Forget the complicated cleaning that requires you to disconnect and move your furnace! The Caddy has a fully accessible trap door right in front of the furnace, from where you can directly clean the heat exchangers and smoke pipe. All you have to do is brush the combustion residue into the combustion chamber and then collect it using the ash drawer.
*Wood furnace only. Consult your dealer for a price that includes more options. Taxes, freight, installation and ducts not included.