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Installation Of Your Wood-Fired Geyser

The 50 litre, 125 litre and the 250 litre are all supplied with a built-in firebox designed to ensure the correct chimney effect which makes for an easy installation and quick operation of the geyser. Detailed installation instructions are available upon request and will in any event be supplied with your wood-fired geyser.

In order to ensure the safe installation of your wood-fired geyser, it is strongly suggested that a firm and level base be provided upon which to position the unit and this should be constructed with brick and mortar.

IMPORTANT

It is essential that the Safety Valve is fitted to the nipple on the top plate of unit as a safety precaution. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you need any assistance in this regard or any other aspect relating to the unit.

WARRANTY

The unit is inspected and tested and is therefore warranted to be defect-free as far as materials used and the manufacture process for a period of 12 months after purchase. If any defects in the product are suspected and/or detected within 12 months after purchase, then the unit may be returned at the user’s expense, to the manufacturer. The manufacturer, at their sole discretion, will then decide either to repair or replace the unit in.

If any unauthorized repairs are made to the unit, this warranty will no longer apply.

inline geyser connection

In-Line Wood-Fired Geyser Installation

The image is not intended to be an installation plan and is simply to indicate how the the unit can be connected to an existing conventional geyser.

The wood-fired geyser takes its incoming water supply from the existing geyser’s hot water supply (but now cold since the existing geyser can be switched off).

Although the wood-fired geyser can be positioned on a firm and level surface, it is strongly recommended that the unit be positioned on concrete base, and preferably with a low brick wall to protect against the heat causing harm around the fire box.

WARNING – the unit will become very hot when the fire is lit and for sometime after the fire has either been extinguished or extinguished itself. 

Stand-alone wood-fired geyser

Supplying Hot Water To A Dwelling

The image is not intended to be an installation plan and is simply to indicate how the the unit can be installed to supply hot water to a dwelling.

The wood-fired geyser takes its incoming water supply from the main incoming water supply to the dwelling.

Although the wood-fired geyser can be positioned on a firm and level surface, it is strongly recommended that the unit be positioned on concrete base, and preferably with a low brick wall to protect against the heat causing harm around the fire box.

WARNING – the unit will become very hot when the fire is lit and for sometime after the fire has either been extinguished or extinguished itself. 

stand-alone hot water supply

Stand-Alone Hot Water Supply Installation

The image is not intended to be an installation plan and is simply to indicate how the the unit can be installed to supply hot water to a dwelling.

The wood-fired geyser takes its incoming water supply from any standard water supply.

Although the wood-fired geyser can be positioned on a firm and level surface, it is strongly recommended that the unit be positioned on concrete base, and preferably with a low brick wall to protect against the heat causing harm around the fire box.

WARNING – the unit will become very hot when the fire is lit and for sometime after the fire has either been extinguished or extinguished itself. 

Operating Your Wood-Fired Geyser

The wood-fired geyser is robust, cost-effective and above all very simple to operate. Typically no more than 1,5kg of small logs is all that is required to provide warm water in 15m and hot water in 30m.

125l wood-fired geyser
250l (2) wood-fired geyser
250l wood-fired geyser
125l Stainless Steel wood-fired geyser
Single 50l Installation
multiple Installation