Category Archives: Coal stoves
Softer grades of coal can also be burned as fuel, but are used less and less often because they produce substantial pollution in the form of sulfur and carbon dioxide. Even anthracite coal produces unacceptable levels of carbon dioxide when it is burned commercially. ‘Clean coal technology’ refers to various attempts to reduce coal emissions
Since time immemorial, people in all civilizations has been using wood and coal for producing heat for various domestic as well as commercial and industrial applications. As the civilization has advanced, we have gone from burning coal under the blue sky to using specially designed wood and coal stoves for a wide range of purposes.
Are considering the installation of a coal furnace? For centuries, coal has been an important fuel and even now in the age of technology, it is still an important fuel. If you want to beat the winter chill, then a coal boiler or furnace will bring warmth into your home. Before we delve into the
Coal boilers are alternative heating solutions to process hot water or to heat large areas. Before we have an understanding of that boiler type, it is necessary to have an overview of coal and its availability. Coal is probably the most abundant fossil fuel available in the United States. The history of coal mining dates
Coal burning stoves are nowadays alternative heating appliances. You can use a coal stove as a fireplace insert or in a stand-alone mode depending on the type of stove model you have selected. Coal stoves are available in a large range of domestic, industrial and outdoor models in accordance with different requirements. These stoves, besides
High-efficiency coal stoves for home use are beginning to appear on the market again after an absence of nearly 100 years. During the 19th century, coal burning stoves and furnaces were very, very common. Many older homes still have coal chutes or small iron doors in the foundation that open to a basement room where