Our biomass heating technology offers improved economy of production and contributes to lowered emissions.
Abattoirs, dairies, bakeries, laundromats
Of all possible renewable heating solutions, biomass has the potential to deliver some of the most significant and cost-effective carbon and cost savings, particularly for commercial and light industrial applications.
In addition to carbon and cost savings, biomass heating also offers significant benefits for users, including operational security and reduced fuel price volatility.
At CALORE, our combustion technology, and fuel in the form of biomass, can provide the commercial sector with affordable energy security for hot water and air production. Compared to electricity, gas or diesel – savings up to 50% can be achieved, whilst having the peace of mind that one of your essential production inputs have been secured.
In the case of power outages loss of an essential production input, like hot water or air production, becomes problematic and expensive. If such an essential service goes down, it can negatively influence revenue and profitability. Biomass heating systems can easily run off a small uninterrupted power supply (UPS).
A typical biomass solution will include a central heating system consisting out of the following sub-systems:
Central & district heating applications
Central Heating refers to a process of heat transfer either using a fluid or air as heat transport from one location to the next via pipes radiators or vents.
District heating, also known as heat networks or tele-heating refers to larger scale systems for distributing heat generated in a large centralized location through a transport system for residential and commercial heating requirements.
At CALORE we specialize in central and district heating project conceptualization, design, implementation, commissioning and maintenance.