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Heat-Pod-delivery

14Mar

No labour pains with Heat Pod delivery

Posted by: In Biomass

The latest addition to our project list is the installation of an ETA 140kW pellet boiler to heat Brickendon Grange Golf Club. They don’t have space for a plant room in their fine old Club House itself so we suggested one of Innasol’s Heat Pods – a shipping container with the boiler, buffer and pellet […]

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95kW-Attack-boilers

20Mar

Waste not want not, with a log gasification boiler

Posted by: In Biomass

Our client Eco Waste already do an extraordinary job of recycling 85% of the contents of a builders skip. As well as the ‘easy’ things to separate like metals, plastic and wood, they hand pick through the rubble and produce graded ballast which is of use in the construction of roads. It’s only the sand […]

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ETA PE-K 45

30Jun

Biomass boilers in Buntingford

Posted by: In Biomass

Our recently commissioned ETA PE-K 45kW boiler sits snugly at the back of the garage and is now supplying heat and hot water to the house, some 40 metres away. Clearly there isn’t much demand for heat at the moment but it’s always an impressive sight to watch a boiler heat an 1,100 litre buffer […]

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Buffer with no jacket

25Jun

Jacket required, but no ties

Posted by: In Biomass

The 1100 litre buffer which accompanies this 45kW biomass boiler was delivered in its ‘bare’ state for obvious transport and installation reasons. At nearly two metres high and weighing the best part of 100kg, we were able to manoeuvre it into position in the corner of the garage using the inlet/outlet ports. Looking slightly shocked […]

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District Heating Main

23Jun

David and the District Heating Main

Posted by: In Biomass

In the course of one our latest biomass boiler installations, we had 40 metres of flow and return pipework to lay underground between the main house and the garage. We used a local digger hire company who’s skilled driver was able to tease his way through the pipework, wiring and drains we came across. He […]

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Pellets and riddle

25Apr

Separating pellets from dust – riddle me that!

Posted by: In Biomass

One of our clients had a problem with dust in their pellets and the auger was struggling to deliver the fuel correctly. Having determined why the dust was present we set about clearing the intermediate hopper, the transport auger and the collection box of the main store. Armed with a dustpan and a powerful vacuum […]

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Greg BarkerCrop

09Apr

RHI goes live today

Posted by: In Biomass Solar Thermal

Greg Barker launched ┬áthe Renewable Heat Incentive today – ‘the world’s first long-term financial support programme for renewable heat’. He said “Not only will people have warmer homes and cheaper fuel bills, they will reduce their carbon emissions and will also get cash payments for installing these new technologies”. Now that’s music to our ears. […]

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gregBarkert

05Apr

Renewable Heat Incentive ready for Easter

Posted by: In Biomass

The Energy Minister, Greg Barker, recently Tweeted an enthusiastic message to say the domestic RHI is imminent. The scheme has been talked about since 2009 and gone through many stages of consultation but has now been through both the Lords and the Commons and is signed into law. It’s great news for householders who can […]

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Flame

07Feb

Turning up the heat in Reed

Posted by: In Biomass

When our client wanted to replace the oil boiler with something renewable, she turned to us. It had to be convenient and cosy but powerful enough to heat the whole house…

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