The rising costs of fossil energy and a greater sensitivity to the environment have led to a strong demand for renewable energy sources.
Biomass heating is in fact an ecological and economical alternative to traditional heating systems with fossil fuels.
In reality, a multi-fuel biomass system allows us to: be very flexible in the choice of fuels.
Tatano biomass heating systems can work with different types of wood-based fuels, waste of agricultural products, exhausted olive husk, minced shells. These differ from each other in terms of calorific value, reduced storage spaces and costs contents. The choice of fuel essentially depends on the spaces available for storage, the characteristics of the system and the availability of supply.
Get numerous benefits
About 50% of the overall running costs of the biomass systems is due to the cost of the fuel. The choice of a high-efficiency boiler and the use of low-cost quality fuels are crucial for the system to be economically convenient.
Although the investment for a biomass system can be, in some cases, higher than traditional systems, the great savings on energy costs lead to a rapid amortization of the investment.
Obtain a clean and environmentally friendly combustion
Biomass heating is CO2 neutral. Tatano biomass heating systems comply with European standards on polluting emissions and therefore are defined as green technologies.
Get comfort in maximum safety
Current biomass heating systems are as safe and reliable as traditional heating systems. The system, equipped with safety and protection devices, responds to a high standard of quality and automatic regulation, can be managed and controlled: from the loading of the fuel to the transmission of heat and the evacuation of combustion gases.
Tatano biomass heating systems are ideal for commercial and industrial applications such as schools, hospitals, hotels, district heating networks, residential complexes, woodworking industries, in the agricultural sector (farms, chicken coops, greenhouses)
Wood pellet heating
The pellet is a natural product obtained from the wood waste (sawdust or shavings): it is compact, easily conserved and has a high calorific value; it is really a very valid alternative to traditional energy sources for heating. On the market there are different types of pellets and different elements to consider when you choose it (humidity, presence of glue, ashes, calorific value); to protect the consumer, several European directives certify its quality and guarantee its safety.
Wood chips heating
The wood chips or chips are obtained from forest thinning, logs, pruning residues and is a valid fuel for boilers and heating systems. With the term chips are indicated shredded wood with the help of special machines, until reaching a size between 1 mm and 6 cm. The fine woodchip, defined G30 is smaller than 3 cm and is suitable for small systems with automatic operation, while the industrial chips or G60 is less than 6 cm and suitable for boilers with high power.
Wood is the traditional biomass used for heating. To guarantee a good calorific value it must be well dried, stored correctly and with a low humidity.
It continues to be a valid solution for those who live in mountain and wooded areas and for those who can obtain this fuel at low cost and in an autonomous way.