Biomass Boilers for the Workplace

Biomass Boilers for the workplace

Fired Up!

…then let’s turn up the heat at your place of work.

All commercial buildings are suitable for biomass boilers. However they are popular with the likes of schools and rural businesses. The weather or location will not influence the output of a biomass boiler, unlike other systems. What is important is that your business has space for fuel storage, water tanks and the boiler itself. As a result of the space requirement, biomass boilers can also be housed outside provided there is sufficient access for fuel delivery.

Biomass boilers are also cheaper to run, saving your business on its heating bills. You can also gain additional income from the Government’s Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI).

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What is a biomass boiler?

Biomass boilers are very similar to conventional gas boilers that you will be familiar with, providing you with space heating and hot water for the entire home, but instead of using gas (or oil) to produce the heat, they combust sustainably sourced wood pellets. Using wood in place of fossil fuels helps to prevent long-term climate change, since the carbon dioxide released during the combustion was actually absorbed while the tree was growing, so they are essentially carbon neutral and good for the environment. For schools, farms and rural businesses, Biomass Boilers are cheaper to run than traditional boilers and earn a generous income from the government’s Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive.

Enjoy The Benefits

  • Government backed Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) payments over a 20 year period
  • Reduced fuel bills, compared with oil, LPG or electric heating
  • Sustainable fuel source, which protects from rising oil and gas prices

How it works

Biomass boilers can replace oil or gas boilers to heat hot water and radiators (or under floor heating). They burn logs, wood chips, wood pellets or other forms of biomass. The most advanced boilers are fully automatic. They control the amount of fuel and air supplied to the combustion chamber. As a result they are highly efficient and emissions are low. They are fed with wood chips or pellets from a large hopper sited nearby. If you’ve got space, manufacturers recommend a hopper that’s big enough to hold a year’s supply of fuel. This minimises transport and delivery costs for fuel, as well as work for the owner.

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