Biomass Boilers

Biomass boilers work in a similar way to common oil or gas boilers, but they use wood pellets, chips or logs as a renewable, eco-friendly fuel source with almost zero carbon emissions instead of traditional and expensive fossil fuels.Froling Pellet Boilers are equipped with a fully automatic fuel feeding system, which takes away the hassle that is usually associated with burning wood. The highly efficient burn rate creates very little ash and the lambdatronic control system gives the user complete control of the boiler.Their extremely fuel efficient boilers have proven their reliability and effectiveness as a result of decades of research and development by Froling, and with their robust warranties and our unbeatable after-sales support, investing in a Froling Biomass Boiler could just be one of the best decisions you ever make.

How Biomass works

Biomass boilers burn wood fuel in the form of pellets, chips or logs to heat up the water in a connected buffer tank.

Hot water from the buffer tank can then be fed, via highly insulated pipes (heat main) to as many different locations as required.

The heat is then transferred via heat exchangers connected into new or existing hot water and heating systems.

Biomass heating can use fuel in the form of logs, pellet or wood chip, all of which are considered carbon neutral and an alternative to fossil fuels.

Why Biomass?

Wood pellet biomass boilers are an environmentally friendly, safe and convenient way of heating the home, using wood pellets as fuel.  However, they differ from traditional solid fuel boilers. Apart from the green aspect, the units are fully automatic and behave more like an oil or gas boiler, using advanced controls which cleverly regulate the amount of fuel being delivered to the burner to match the heat demand on the boiler. The fuel is fed to the burner via an auger connected to the adjacent pellet store/hopper. This can, in turn, be automatically supplied from a bulk pellet/ wood chip store which can vary in size.