A Jensen wood furnace uses electricity to operate the thermostat, draft fan, air distribution fan and other electrical components. The small amount of electricity used allows the furnace to heat a much larger area in a m... More »

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Wood is classified as an insulator and does not readily conduct electricity, but when wet, wood does have the potential to conduct electricity. Insulators resist the flow of electricity, as stated by the Occupational Saf... More »

Hot-blast wood furnaces don't use electricity to generate heat, but almost all newer models use electricity for various components. Most are also attached to electric thermostats. More »

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A Jensen wood burning furnace is a type of furnace manufactured by the Jensen company, which is now known as Mastercraft Metals. Wood burning furnaces serve as an alternate means of heating one's home by burning wood, wh... More »

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Hot-blast wood furnaces don't use electricity to generate heat, but almost all newer models use electricity for various components. Most are also attached to electric thermostats. More »

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A barometric damper regulates how quickly the draft, or heated air and combustion gases, moves within an oil furnace. A barometric damper is installed between the furnace exhaust pipe and chimney in order to also block b... More »

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A furnace draft inducer is a blower that ventilates air in a furnace during combustion. It consists of an electric motor, a fan, an electric box and a metal sleeve. More »