Pellet Boilers

Pellet Boilers

Pellet boilers are machines used to generate heat by burning compressed biological materials known as biomass pellets. These boilers are among the preferred heating systems in terms of both energy efficiency and environmental sustainability. They provide modern heating using a highly efficient, renewable energy source.

Pellet fuel is the only renewable fuel based on biological materials. Therefore, it has started to be preferred a lot in European countries. In modern countries, the consumption of traditional biofuel is increasing with developing awareness.

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Pellet Boilers Products

Grim Series - Solid Fuel High Pressure Steam Boilers
  • Steam Production Capacity: 160 kg/h-5.600 kg/h
  • Working Pressure: 3 - 16 bar
Thunderbolt Series - Semi Cylindrical Solid Fuel Steam Boilers
  • Steam Production Capacity: 160 kg/h - 3200 kg/h
  • Working Pressure: 3 – 16 Bar
Hybrid Series - Solid Fuel Steam Boiler
  • Steam Production Capacity: 1.000 kg/h - 25.000 kg/h
  • Working Pressure: 3 – 25 Bar
Volcano Series - Solid Fuel Steam Boiler
  • Steam Production Capacity: 3.000 kg/h - 25.000 kg/h
  • Working Pressure: 3 – 16 bar
Dragon Series - Solid Fuel Thermal Oil Boiler
  • Heat Capacity: 80.000 Kcal/h - 10.000.000 Kcal/h
Transform Series - Solid Fuel Hot Air Boiler
  • Heat Capacity: 125.000 Kcal/h – 2.000.000 Kcal/h
Individual Ekopel Series - Solid Fuel Hot Water Boiler
  • Heat Capacity: 25.000 kcal/h - 60.000 kcal/h
Ekopel Series - Solid Fuel Hot Water Boiler
  • Heat Capacity: 80.000 kcal/h - 1.500.000 kcal/h

Principle of Operation of Pellet Boiler

Pellet boilers operate using compressed biomass fuel known as wood pellets. Wood pellets are produced by compressing wood waste and biomass materials. These pellets are fed into the boiler and the combustion process begins. The heat energy resulting from the combustion of the fuel heats the water through the heat transfer surfaces in the boiler. The heated water is stored as hot water and can be used when needed.

Areas of Use for Pellet Boilers

  • Home Heating: Pellet boilers are an environmentally friendly and economical choice for heating homes.
  • Commercial Buildings: They are used to heat commercial structures such as office buildings, hotels, restaurants.
  • Industrial Facilities: Pellet boilers are also used to provide process heat in industrial facilities.
  • Greenhouse and Agriculture: Pellet boilers are preferred for heating in plant cultivation environments.
  • Heat Recovery: Pellet boilers can be used to utilize waste biomass materials and produce energy.

Advantages of Pellet Boilers

  • Environmentally Friendly: Since pellets are produced from compressed biomass materials, they are a natural and renewable fuel source.
  • High Efficiency: Pellet boilers generally offer high combustion efficiency and energy savings.
  • Low Emission: Clean burning of pellets produces low emission levels.
  • Easy to Use: Pellets are easy to store and use. The use is more practical thanks to automatic feeding systems.

Pellet boilers are important heating systems used to produce heat in an environmentally friendly and efficient manner.

They offer a wide range of applications thanks to their different models and areas of use.

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