Our pellet stoves and boilers are capable of burning so many tritial fuels. One of our company's mission is to continually research and optimize the combustion of new materials, which can ensure maximum yields with safety and economy.
Our stoves are designed and optimized for the use of high-ash natural high-pressure cleaners. Oxygen flow is always ensured to achieve perfect stoichiometric combustion and the auger ensures continuous and trouble-free loading.
Choosing a wood-burning stove means saving significantly in fuel, reducing environmental impact, and ensuring optimal heating in your home, without energy dispersion and with uniform distribution and distribution of heat in all living spaces.
Our pellet and polycarbonate stoves provide many benefits:
- Possibility to use many fuels;
- Possibility to have many sources of fuel supply;
- Save on fuel, choosing what's on offer or a lower price;
- Choose the caloric power that best suits our needs, thanks to the fuel;
- Design perfectly adaptable to any style of furniture, space and size of the environments;
- Can be connected to a central heating system, such as radiators;
- Here is a small overview of the many fuels currently available on the market
The pellet is derived from scrap natural wood, dried and without any varnishes.
While it is an ecological fuel, using natural residues to reduce pollutant emissions, it is also economical, thanks to the low running costs and high heat power (5.3 kW/kg).
Storage is convenient and facilitated by the packaging in 15 kg bags.
Pips derive from the transformation of the scraps (olive residue) product from the press.
Its heat power is comparable to pellets, equal to around 4800 kcal/kg. Thanks to the low purchase cost, it results in considerable energy savings, with 80%margins in terms of cost of use savings in relation to the tradition fossilfuels.
Corn or maize is one of the most powerful fuels found in nature: it is easily stored and transported and has a heat power of around 6200 Kcal/kg (with approx. 15% humidity).
It provides clean combustion and, when burned in stoves and boilers, does not emit fumes.
The shells of walnuts, almonds, peanuts and pine cones, appropriately shredded, provide an excellent natural fuel.
Free of humidity, they have extremely high kilo-calorie content, and, as a residue of the food industry, an extremely contained cost.