What is a Biomass boiler? A Biomass boiler is a heat source which burns wood in various forms. These are usually logs, wood pellets or even wood chips. Some manufacturers produce dual-fuel boilers which can burn logs and pellets or logs and wood
chip, some with automatic change-over facility. Most have the ability to run unattended. There are now boilers which do not need a buffer, which reduces the space required.
Features such as automatic transport of the wood pellets to the combustion chamber, automatic ignition, self-activated cleaning and large ash container combine to provide maximum convenience controlled by automatic boiler control.
Reduction in fuel costs
Sustainable fuel source
Carbon Neutral energy source
High efficiency with minimal ash production
Grants in the form of the Renewable heat incentive (available for domestic and commercial installs)
A range of outputs available including facility to cascade (multiple boilers)
Containerised options available
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