Do you have a FARM with a conventional WOOD BOILER?
Do you SPEND A LOT OF WOOD and you have to fill the boiler too often?
Wood boilers REVERSE FLAME can be your solution.
Wood boiler flame inverted
You can save a lot of wood on your farm using the reverse flame technology.
1 – Control system
2 – Fan exhauster. The key.
3 – Steel Combustion Chamber
4 – Oxygen Sensor
5 – Combustion platform
6 – Thermal probe
7 – Removable ashtray
8 – Isolated gates
Gasification of wood
Gasification boilers maintani physical separation of the three stages of combustion: Drying, Pyrolysis (gasification) and Combustion. This combustion is performed in three sub-stages (pre-combustion, combustion and post-combustion) for total efficiency.
Advantages of the reversed flame technology:
- Much lower wood consumption, avoiding the large inefficient flame that burns the entire load in only 3-4 hours.
- Much more dilated load periods, which can be up to 12h according to climatology.
- Complete and clean combustion of all potential polluting elements.
Inverted flame boiler on your farm
You can heat your country home or your animal farm building with forestry or agricultural waste generated on site or buy logs of wood at a good price for the area. You will save time and money and you can forget about recharging at half a day with solid biomass boilers based on inverted flame.
It is desirable to have a large deposit to hold water heated before the radiators, to take all the heat generated by the boiler and manage for heating needs. And remember that you need some electricity to fan the flame from the bottom.
Did you know these inverted flame boilers? Your experience and comments are welcome!
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