Use a wood fire to heat a lot of water quickly! Heats water fast because heat is absorbed by the sides of the iron kettle, not just the bottom. Fire contained in the firebox so virtually all the heat goes towards heating the kettle's contents. Traditionally used to clean and cook when butchering, to render lard or to heat water for washing. Door and removable 32-gallon kettle made of heavy 1/2" thick cast iron; jacket 1/8" thick cold rolled steel. 6" flue, 32"H x 31"OD, 250 lb, USA Amish made. Price doesn't include freight.
Note: For outdoor use only. Requires a 4 ft. section of 6"OD stove pipe and an elbow (attaches to the flue in the back).