We are partnered with the best biomass heating manufacturers in the world to bring you the most efficient systems possible.
Spatial & Water heating
Direct combustion is the best established and most commonly used technology for converting biomass to heat. During combustion, biomass fuel is burnt in excess air to produce heat. The first stage of combustion involves the evolution of combustible vapors from the biomass, which burn as flames. The residual material, in the form of charcoal, is burnt in a forced air supply to give more heat. The hot combustion gases are sometimes used directly for product drying, but most often they are passed through a heat exchanger to produce hot air, hot water or steam.
Automatic ignition/shut down on user or system demand
Automatic fuel loading and fuel level sensing
Automatic cleaning and ash removal from the combustion chamber and heat exchangers
Remote control, fault sensing and troubleshooting via cellphone applications and wireless internet networks
Very high efficiencies and emission standards
Very low energy consumption and can be run from a basic uninterrupted power supply or be used in off grid applications
Highly insulated heat storage technology with management systems, ensuring optimal demand management, preventing down cycling
Boilers can be cascaded with other boilers or heating systems on call managed from a primary unit
A typical biomass solution will include a central heating system consisting out of the following sub-systems:
Our technology partners
We believe our customers share our mission to reduce our carbon footprint and save on fuel costs. We also understand the need for a system that will deliver multiple benefits to your business. Driven by our mission, we along with our technology partners, work to design practical solutions utilizing the most effective technologies.
Our partners have set new international standards for technology and design. With their ingenious fully automated operation, pellet and wood chip thermal technology offer the ultimate economy and convenience. The combustion process is fully automated, from fuel handling to ash storage. Depending on your system design, it is also possible to connect solar, secondary boilers and other components to your setup.
- Biomass Boiler with flue system
- Fuel Storage
- Fuel transport system
- Hot water storage (Buffer/Accumulation Tank)
- Hydronic distribution system from boiler to storage
- Hydronic discharge system (Spatial heating or consumption)
- Management modules and controls
Each container is custom designed according to the technical and architectural integration of each project. They are ideally suited for buildings, centralized systems, sports facilities, industry, hotels, shopping centers, farms, greenhouses, etc.
A containerized biomass solution has the following benefits:
- No construction costs
- Big savings by replacing fossil fuels
- Self-contained, can be moved if necessary
- Plug-and-Play concept, modular in design – Plumbing and electrical connection required
- Very compact and quick to install
- Very durable and robust due to the high quality of the materials and equipment used
- Large storage capacity providing autonomy
- Complete remote management capable
- Various Finance options available