Several buildings or zones heated by a single boiler via a heat network. Biomass offers emission savings of 96% and fuel cost savings of 50%-80% versus fossil fuels. District heating with biomass can drive exponentially greater savings and lower emissions than with multiple localised boilers. Where the installation can be on a scale of 50-400kW, large energy savings can be magnified. Here are some of the biomass boilers that you might find in a district heating scheme, along with the components that you might fit with them.
BIOCOM: 30-100kW Biomass Boilers
The Guntamatic Biocom burns ENPlus A1 or A2 wood pellets.
POWERCHIP: 20kW-1MW Biomass Boilers
The Guntamatic Powerchip burns wood chips, wood pellets, grain or miscanthus.
Buffer Tanks; Biomass Boiler Systems
Mild steel primary hot water tank, with a skin of 100mm of soft polyester fibre
Consumer Interface Units for Biomass Boiler Systems
A range of unique, pre-configured control systems; for use within each separate building or zone
Biomass Boiler Flue Systems
Flue systems safely remove the products of combustion into the outside air.
RAUVITHERM; Underground Heat Main for Biomass Boiler Systems
Minimal heat losses over distance, with high flexibility and an easy-to-use jointing system.
RHI Approved Biomass Boiler System Heat Meters
Measure the quantity of heat (hot water) circulating around the heating system. This is how
Magna 3 Pumps for Biomass Boiler Systems
Electronically controlled main system pump, circulates primary liquids around a biomass heating system.
Expansion Vessels; Biomass Boiler Heating Systems
Protect the heating system from excessive pressure.
Remote Monitoring Systems for Biomass Boilers
When to refuel? Monitor RHI payments? From wherever you need to be.