Biomass Boiler

Biomass means a fuel of organic material (usually wood or plant) of recent origin rather than fossil fuel which has taken millions of years to develop. As these organic materials absorb carbon dioxide (CO2) during growing, they cancel out any CO2 production during combustion and by managing a replanting programme, CO2 balance can be maintained. The biomass market most commonly uses wood pellets and logs for fuel and with a feeder mechanism taking fuel (combined with air) from a hopper to the combustion chamber, heat production over 90% efficiency can be achieved.