Hard Coal Boilers

You can use hard coal, also known as anthracite coal, in both the hand fired Multi-Fuel boilers and the Coal Gun boilers. Multi-Fuel boilers feature a lower price point and more fuel flexibility. You can burn hard coal, soft coal (bituminous, sub-bituminous and lignite) and other fuels in the Multi-Fuel. Coal Guns feature higher efficiency and a high degree of automation. If you value high efficiency and/or saving time through automation, choose the Coal Gun.

Why am I here? - Partial Sitemap & Decision Guide

1. I want to save money
(a) I have some time on my hands
     i. Wood or Coal - both are available
    ii. I prefer to use wood
   iii. I prefer to use hard coal
   iv. I prefer to use soft coal
(b) I am rather busy
     i. Coal Gun
    ii. Biomass with auto feed (commercial only)
   iii. Waste Oil
2. I simply want to utilize a specific fuel to heat my home or business
 (a) Wood
 (b) Hard Coal (Anthracite)
     i. Hard Coal Stoker
    ii. Hard Coal Hand Fired
 (c) Soft Coal (Bituminous)
 (d) Both Hard & Soft Coal
 (c) Wood or Coal
 (d) Waste Oil
 (e) Biomass
3. I want to be fuel independent
 (a) Wood
 (b) Coal
     i. Hard Coal
    ii. Soft Coal
 (c) Self generated waste oil/vegetable oil