Biomass Boilers

Discover your ideal heating system

WOOD, the most traditional heat source


PELLET, a flame under your complete control


GAS, appealing design and totally practical


Biomass is the general term given to combustible organic material harvested and burnt to create energy.

The most common biomass is

  • Wood logs
  • Wood chips
  • Pellets

Wood or Pellet Stoves (Stand Alone)

These are room heaters where the burning chamber is totally enclosed and creates a focal point for the room. They typically have an output of around 8kw or less and burn logs or pellets.

With an efficiency of up to 80% they offer a vast improvement on open fires that have an efficiency of less than 30%.

Wood and Pellet Boilers

Boilers that burn logs, wood chip or pellets offer a complete central heating system via radiators and hot water. The boiler can be used to heat homes and large public buildings.

About Pellet Boilers

  • Offer the convenience of an automatic feed from a hopper or large storage room
  • Small amount of ash left from burning is expelled into an ash drawer and can be easily accessed for emptying
  • Require annual cleaning and servicing as well as sweeping the flue
  • Pellets are made from sawdust and shavings from sawmills
  • The area of a pellet is about 6-8mm in diameter
  • Pellets are supplied in bags or by the ton
  • Dry storage is essential and humidity should not exceed 12%

About Wood Boilers

  • Wood boilers require manual feeding on a regular basis with logs which can be up to 0.5m long
  • The function of the wood boiler is similar to the pellet boiler but without the automation

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