WOOD PELLET HEATING

HOW IT WORKS


The natural and renewable raw material of wood is used as fuel in a wood pellet heating system. The wood pellets are carried from a storage tank to the boiler by a spiral conveyor or suction system, then burnt in a combustion chamber. The resulting heat is used to provide heating and hot water. To save fuel in summer and between the seasons, we recommend combining this set-up with a solar energy system for domestic water heating.

 

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW


    Using the renewable raw material of wood and producing pellets at home keeps primary energy
        consumption levels relatively low. As a result, wood pellet heating is viewed very favourably by various
        ecological promotion programmes.
    The combustion of wood pellets is CO2-neutral – no more CO2 is released than would be during the growth
        of a tree.
    The space required for the pellet system is approximately 4-5 m². Reserves of pellets are usually stored in a
        dedicated basement room, a storage tank or an underground tank in the garden.
    The system requires a chimney, so must be taken into account when planning your new home.

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