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Insulated Boiler Pipe for Outdoor Wood Boilers
Energy and cost conscious people, as well as company owners of chicken-coops, car washes and others are looking for an alternative to the rising gas and oil costs.
East Lake Alternative Energy has been working to produce a product that was both highly efficient and cost effective. They spent tens of thousands of dollars manufacturing and perfecting a machine that will produce the quantity and quality of insulated boiler pipe demanded by the increase of consumers looking for alternative heating systems and better products. Insulated boiler pipe is the conduit that connects outdoor wood burning systems (like Nature's Comfort Outdoor Wood Boilers) to a heat exchanger used with most existing conventional heating systems and gas furnaces.
The owner and CEO, Mike Nyhof said, "people are not only tired of the rising costs of gas and oil, but it is getting to the point where it is not affordable for many people working less hours because of the slowing economy. People are being forced to look for alternatives to keeping their families warm in the colder seasons."
TriPex Insulated Boiler Pipe was designed by East Lake Alternative Energy to endure the most extreme climates and conditions. TriPex is a top-of-the-line water transfer line, consisting of a two pipe system (supply and return), insulated in a triple wrapped closed cell foam insulation. The wrapped Pex pipes are shielded from harmful environmental particles and conditioned by a flexible plastic corrugated pipe, reflecting 97% of the radiant heat. Less heat loss means higher efficiency and more savings.
Mike also said, "People everywhere are claiming that the heat that outdoor wood boilers produce are noticeably more comfortable, and we made TriPex Insulated Boiler Pipe to be a lower cost, more efficient choice to connect to the outdoor wood boilers that are heating Americas homes.
Visit the East Lake website at: http://insulatedboilerpipe.com
Nature's Comforts website: http://naturescomfortllc.com
Page Updated Last on: Jun 28, 2009