Natural energy company, Euroheat, has unveiled a new range of pellet boilers for domestic properties, which qualify for tariff payments under the government’s domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI).
The PNA Thermocomfort features four models ranging from 15kW to 30kW, designed for maximum efficiency and minimal user maintenance. There is a choice of pellet storage systems including a 170 litre hopper located on the side of the boiler, to a variety of different bulk storage solutions featuring either vacuum or auger transfers.
Simon Holden, co-founder of Euroheat, said: “We are delighted to launch the PNA Thermocomfort range, which allows suitable domestic properties to benefit from high efficiency machines, with technology more usually seen in larger boilers. Starting at 15kWs, homes of all sizes can benefit from the green credentials of biomass, as well as generating an attractive income stream from the domestic RHI.
“Unusually for domestic pellet boilers, the new range includes a lambda and flame temperature sensors, ensuring great combustion control and maximum efficiency at all times. Clever remote monitoring technology also enables the boilers to be controlled via tablet, PC or smart phone from anywhere in the world.”
- A high-grade refractory combustion chamber means residual heat remains for many hours, reducing the need for electrical ignition and speeding up the start phase
- An automatic heat exchanger cleaning and patented de-ashing system, allowing the boilers to run for long periods at maximum efficiency
- Quiet at night – the boilers tipping grate and heat exchanger cleaning system do not operate at night
- Lower costs – the low power consumption of the 270 watt ignition element means less expenditure with an average cost of just 1/3 penny per ignition.
PNA Thermocomfort boilers can also be integrated to a heating system with weather compensation technology, further improving system efficiency and helping to reduce annual fuel costs by as much as 20%.