Biomass: a natural energy source
Heating with biomass means enjoying a natural heat generated by the renewable source for excellence. Using it as a source of energy means heating in harmony with the natural carbon cycle and with minimal environmental impact, an eco-conscious choice for the present and for the future of the next generations.
Biomass is easily available in nature and is a source of Renewable heat will not be conditioned in future by supply problems.
Biomass can be grouped into four main categories:
Forest and industrial wood residues:
from wood maintenance and woodworking.
straw, stalks, branches from pruning, wine branches.
husks, skins, cores from the food industry.
Dedicated Energy crops.
Biomass: all the advantages of a local, clean and renewable energy source
Biomass boilers can be considered among the most advanced systems to produce heat because they exploit renewable energy sources, such as: pellets, wood chips, wood. They represent a valid alternative to fossil fuelled boilers; they can be used in many contexts: homes, condominiums, commercial and industrial activities.
Before going into the details of the individual types of boiler it is right to make some assessments and reflect about the advantages of biomass.
- To choose a biomass boiler and enjoy its versatility and its advantages it is important to have available a space for the storage of fuel and prepare a space for a tank and a medium-sized system.
- With the biomass you can be independent of diesel and gas, get rid of their price change and save on fuel.
- You will be able to heat the house and respect the environment, contributing to the awareness of the use of renewable energy
- You will have the possibility to manage the heating of water and rooms of the entire house with comfort and with the minimum cost
- You will contribute to the development of the local economy by choosing local products
- You will be able to access tax deductions and public subventions.
Tatano biomass boilers are quality products, compliant with European standards.
- Class 3 Boilers (according to UNI EN 303/5 :1999);
- Class 5 Boilers (according to UNI EN 303-5 :2012).