Wood Pellet Boilers

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Wood Pellet Boilers are excellent solutions for renewable heat sources. They’re highly efficient, can be fully automated, save space compared to alternative products, and burn a waste product as the energy source.

Of course all renewable technologies need to have a realistic payback time in which to make your investment worthwhile, as well as reducing the carbon footprint of your home or business. Our friendly team of engineers will show how this is possible. Additionally they will discuss the UK government Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) and let you know which boilers have the necessary accreditation. The RHI can pay most of the costs of installation.

Extraflame LP14 Wood Pellet Boiler

Extraflame LP14

Our company is MCS accredited to install all forms of biomass including wood pellet boilers. We do have our own employed engineers as well as a distributed network of engineers that we have trained ourselves both on manufacturers training and with a BPEC award for competency.

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Additionally Renewable Living Ltd (our parent company) has extensive experience of many different sorts of boilers including:

  • Burnit Boilers
  • MCZ
  • La Nordica / Extraflame
  • Piazetta
  • Windhager
  • ETA
  • Grant
  • Evoworld
  • Catfire
From our Royal Wootton Bassett offices we distribute and install principally Burnit Boilers. These boilers work best in utility rooms and in outhouses/garages and are considered to be very good value for money. We can install other makes on request where the Burnit Boilers do not fit, or simply where where there is a preference for something else.
As Wood Pellet Solutions we guide people towards the most suitable wood pellet boiler.

Wood pellet boilers can be located in a number of different areas/rooms of a property. They can also be used in combination with other heating such as Solar. They’re rated at different outputs e.g. 25 kW.

Popularity of Wood Pellet Boilers

Wood pellet boilers have been developed in a number of countries where, unlike the UK, there has not been the same cheap access to Gas, but they do have supplies of sustainable wood. Often this was coupled with cold temperatures during winter.

Whilst wood gasification boilers have their advantages these countries developed more automated solutions where the fuel could be automatically fed.

Countries that have developed wood pellet stove and boiler markets include:

  • Austria (over 60,000 installations up to 2009)
  • Italy (over 700,000 installations up to 2009)
  • Sweden (Over 140,000 installations up to 2009)
  • Denmark
  • Finland

In addition there are central European countries such as Bulgaria where over a third of the country is covered in trees. Whilst these countries have been generally burning wood on open fires, they are now turned on to exporting pellets and developing robustly engineered solutions.

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Therefore the bulk of the pellet stoves and boilers that you will find on sale will come from Austria, Italy and Nordic areas. They have 3 distinct styles of solution according to the markets that have developed.

Other solutions seem to be modeled on these.

In Italy many of the houses have hot air ducting and due to the warm climate do not need heating for as much of the year as other countries. Their solutions started with stoves that were affordable and therefore had to be placed in living areas e.g. lounge or dining room.

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