Easy to use wood-fired boilers.
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Store thermal energy in accumulator tanks
-for US customers- Please be sure to read important EPA information on this blog post. EPA lab testing to the new standards is ongoing. The non-lambda Vedolux 37 tests have been completed with emissions levels passing 2020 limits! We are confident with Vedolux non lambda models passing the new EPA emissions standards the lambda models will also pass the 2020 levels.
Keep your family warm this year and don’t break the bank while doing it. With electric price fluctuations and the uncertainty of fossil fuel prices, make a switch to wood or pellets for your primary source of heat. It will help save your hard earned money and give you greater peace of mind because you’ll be more self reliant and you’ll be doing the environment a favor.
Wood heating isn’t what it used to be. With wood gasification boilers combined with thermal storage tanks, you can heat like modern man, not caveman. Wood gasification is the most efficient way to burn wood for heat; more efficiency means less wood. This results in a clean burn with a high efficiency. Be a good neighbor, go with a “SmokeLess Heat” wood boiler.
Thermal storage tanks allow the boiler to burn at full capacity by storing excess heat produced in an insulated body of water. This heat is stored and consumed as house needs the heat.
Using the storage tanks this way gives you a constant comfortable temperature in the house and allows you to continue heating the house with the stored energy even after the fire has gone out in the boiler. Operating the wood boiler this way also means less wood and more convenience.
Doesn’t that sound like a wood heating system you can get used to?