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Outdoor Wood Furnace Best Burn Practices
1. Read and follow all operating instructions supplied by the manufacturer.
2.   FUEL USED: Only use listed fuels recommended by the manufacturer of your unit. Never use the following: trash, plastics, gasoline, rubber, naphtha, household garbage, material treated with petroleum products (particle board, railroad ties and pressure treated wood), leaves, paper products, and cardboard.
3.   LOADING FUEL: For a more efficient burn, pay careful attention to loading times and amounts. Follow the manufacturer's written instructions for recommended loading times and amounts.
4.   STARTERS: Do not use lighter fluids, gasoline or chemicals.
5.   LOCATION: It is recommended that the unit be located with due consideration to the prevailing wind direction.

Chimney Height Installation Scenario
Furnace should be located no less than 100 feet from any residence not served by the furnace.
If located within 100 feet to 300 feet to any residence not served by the furnace, it is recommended that the stack be at least 2 feet higher than the peak of that residence.
6.   Always remember to comply with all applicable state and local codes.

Provided by the Hearth, Patio and Barbecue Association (HPBA), Outdoor Furnaces Manufacturers Caucus.

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