There are many types of biomass boilers on the market today. Some offer just room heating but most offer the ability to provide full central heating and domestic hot water. Biomass boilers are clean and controllable and are an excellent alternative to oil, Lpg gas or electric heating. They can be used in domestic or commercial properties and come under the Renewable Heat incentive scheme(RHI) so there is funding for help installing them see below for details.
Baxi Biomass boilers offer an environmentally sound, heating solution. Burning biomass, such as wood pellets or logs, emits the same amount of carbon dioxide as is absorbed while the plants were growing. Therefore, biomass is classed as carbon-neutral/renewable energy.
Biomass boilers burn biomass fuels and efficiently extract energy to provide heating and hot water. They can also be more cost effective and efficient than fossil fuel boilers. The Baxi range consists of both log burning and pellet burning units and three models are available.
The Baxi Bioflo is a pellet burning boiler and is ideal for living rooms or family spaces.
The Baxi Multiheat is a pellet burner which links to a domestic central heating system and provides heating for space and hot water.
The Baxi Solo Innova burns wood logs and provides heating and hot water for homes or businesses.
Some solid fuel boilers are fuelled automatically, including the Baxi Multiheat. This wood pellet burning boiler incorporates an integrated hopper that reduces installation and operating complexity. Take a look at the Baxi link below
What's a link up system ? A link up system allows the safe integration of other forms of heating allowing the user to use the most cost effective and convenient way of heating their home. In the case of a biomass boiler solid fuel or wood burning stove, a Solar thermal hot water system would be for many a good alternative in the summer months when little or no heating is required. A solar system would provide more than enough hot water for most people so long as it is properly specified.
In some instances we have linked oil, biomass and solar thermal together. It can be useful if the oil price falls enough. Likewise, gas, wood burning stoves, heat pumps & solar thermal can be linked in any sensible combination
Link up systems offer great benefits when installed correctly but some can be complex and need to be installed by experts. We among many others have come across systems that have been connected together in all sorts of odd ways with no consideration or knowledge of the potential dangers that can and are caused by incorrect installation
Gledhill are a Lancashire based national manufacturer & supplier of cylinders & water storage equipment. We are pleased to be able to support local British employment and be confident that the product offering is the best in the business. Below is a diagram showing many of the options available when using the multifuel Torrent, one of the many exceptional products Gledhill supply as standard.
Thermagas can help you design, plan & install an MCS approved biomass system along with solar thermal and link it to whatever other heating you have. We can ensure you get access to the RHI grant scheme and help you lower your running costs. For help and or advice please telephone 01257 275044. Use our years of experience to cut your costs & improve your comfort
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