Pellets can be used as fuel for heating in special devices such as pellet stoves, pellet boilers and pellet burners.
Pellet boilers produce hot water for central heating systems. They are available for every heating requirement – from 5 kWth for low energy houses up to 5000kWth for large building complexes or industrial process heat demand.
Pellet boilers operate with automatic feeding systems that bring the fuel from a storage room to the boiler and require very little maintenance. A pellet boiler is an excellent replacement for an oil heating system.
Pellet stoves are automatic heating devices for heating individual rooms or flats. Pellets are filled into a storage space within the stove. From there they are fed automatically and ignited electrically. Pellet stoves burn with very low emissions and excellent efficiency of up to 90%. They either produce hot air that heats the room directly or hot water that can be circulated to other rooms and for producing hot water.