About Corn, Wood Pellet, and other Fuels
State-of-the-Art Corn and Wood Pellet Burning Heaters
Keeping your home earth-friendly is easy when you purchase one of our corn or multi-biomass (wood pellet) burning heaters. AmaizAblaze heaters bring homeowners across the country a new way to stay warm. These heaters produce 8,000 to 80,000 BTU, or British Thermal Units. Say good-bye to harmful gas and deforestation, and say hello to a lower heating bill when you order a heater from our website to heat your home, shop, warehouse, or barn.
Not only are our heaters efficient, they actually benefit the environment. Burning corn in your new Amaizablaze heater creates carbon dioxide, feeding plants all over the earth. Plants take in this carbon dioxide and release clean oxygen. Farmers grow corn in just four months. Compare that number to the waiting time for fossil fuels at 400 years, or even wood from a mature tree in 40 years.
The multi-fuel version of our heater allows you to burn either corn or wood pellets. Wood pellets burn clean and near smokeless producing an efficient heat with little ash. And, the multi-fuel (wood pellet) version provides you the option of burning corn efficiently as well! If you want options for fuels, the multi-fuel version of the Amaizablaze stove is for you. We also have a conversion kit for each stove that will allow you to begin burning wood pellets in your previously corn-only heater.
A corn burning heater is a great choice for any earth-minded home if you have easy access to whole kernel corn. It burns more cleanly than any other fuel, and has potential to become more affordable. Corn also burns hotter than wood pellets, at 9,000 BTU per pound, compared to wood pellets at 7,800 BTU per pound. Some of our customers live in more residential areas or in the city making corn less accessible. If that is you, we have developed a conversion kit to allow burning of wood pellets, or you may order a pre-converted heater from our factory. The following list shows the costs of some other common fuels compared to corn:
Propane – 91,000 BTU per Gallon
Fuel Oil – 140,000 BTU per Gallon
Coal – 13,000 BTU per Gallon
Electricity – 3,412 BTU per Kilowatt Hour
Natural Gas – 1,000 BTU per Cubic Foot
One-hundred-twelve pounds of corn, or 2 bushels, produces 1 million BTU. Other resources simply cannot compete with this incredible payoff. The following list displays how much of each fuel you need to produce the same amount:
Wood Pellets – 128 Pounds
Propane – 10.99 Gallons
Natural Gas – 1,000 Cubic Feet Therm
Fuel Oil – 7.14 Gallons
Coal – 77 Pounds
Electricity – 293.08 Kilowatt Hours
2023 Winter Season Average Fuel Costs
Corn, 40 pound bag: up to $12.00
Wood Pellets, 40 pound bag: up to $10
Propane per gallon: $2.39
Natural Gas per therm (1000 Cubic Feet): $2.50
Fuel Oil per gallon: $2.50
Coal per ton: up to $130
Electricity per Kilowatt-hour (kWh): $16.00
Cost per 1000000 BTUs
Wood Pellets: $32.00
Natural Gas: $25.00
Fuel Oil: $17.85
Renewable Sources of Energy
Contact us today to purchase any of our amazing biomass heaters, and witness the efficiency of earth-friendly heat.
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