You can save money by using pellets for heating! Recycling domestic waste and biomass not only contributes to considerable savings in money used to heat your home, but also contributes to the environment by recycling and reusing biomass contaminants.
During the cold season, heating accounts for approximately one third of the owner's annual utility bill.
Pellet stoves are an increasingly popular solution. They are similar to traditional wood stoves, but they work more like a modern oven. You only need to fill the hopper of the stove with pellets made of compacted sawdust, place your thermostat, lie down and get comfortable. A mechanical auger deposits the granules in a combustion pot, where they are incinerated at such a high temperature that they do not create creosote that obstructs ventilation and very little ash or emissions, keeping the indoor and outdoor air clean.
Depending on the size and distribution of your home, a pellet stove could complement the current heating system or be used as the sole source.
These high efficiency heaters allow you to lower the home's thermostat while heating your rooms, providing an environment and reducing your energy bills.
Pellets are hard compaction residues of all kinds, which are converted into fuel pellets that burn in your furnace. The types of waste that can be used are innumerable, but here we list some: paper, cardboard, boxes, containers, coconut husks, nutshells, rice husks, agricultural residues after harvest, pruning leaves, herbs from your garden, wood Any type of wood waste to name a few illustratively.
Power: 6-11 kwh
Capacity: 18 kg
Dimensions: 520*985*550 mm