By Eric Yang
on 10.6.10

If there’s one thing you’re going to trust Canadian Lumberjacks on, it’s heat. Originally developed by our Northerly razing brothers, the Bullerjan ($2,000+) Free Flow hot air furnace provides tremendous heat in a vessel that looks like it was cribbed directly from a Southern Pacific locomotive, circa 1867. Using only firewood and wood remnants, the Bullerjan is designed to distribute heat quickly, retain long-lasting heat, and utilize all wood through combustion resulting in minimal ash. 6 capacities of this heat-brute are available from the standard (shown above) to industrial-strength.

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