Biomass pellet boilers
Pellet boilers are used as central heating systems for heat requirements of more than 3.9 kilowatts. But pellet central heating systems are not only used in single or two family homes (up to 30 kW), but also for larger residential or business units with heat requirements of a few hundred kW. In order to improve energy efficiency and reduce harmful emissions, pellet ovens are usually combined with buffer systems like water tanks for example.
- Evacuated tubes on your roof convert UV rays into usable heat.
- Heated pipes rapidly transfer heat to header pipe.
- Water is then pumped through this header pipe, absorbing the heat.
- This heated water is then circulated into your system, either to be stored in our thermal vessels, or for usage.
Our Solar Thermal technology employs "passive solar tracking". The round profile of our tubes allows the Sun's energy to be absorbed at all times of the day. This is very different to flat plate panels which only directly face the sun once during the day, reducing the amount of energy you are receiving. This means that you get more hot water at any time of the year, and it doesn't need to be a hot day, only (relatively) clear skies.
Wood burning stoves
A wood-burning stove is a heating appliance capable of burning wood fuel and wood-derived biomass fuel, such as wood pellets. It is usually a solid metal fire chamber, a fire brick base and an adjustable air control. It also requires connection to a suitable chimney or flue. Many wood-burning stoves are engineered such that they can be converted to multi-fuel stoves with the addition of a grate. Stoves come in a variety of sizes and outputs that can be chosen to your liking.