Information on Biomass boilers and associated components/products is somewhat limited as are the regulations affecting the installation, erection and operation of these combustion appliances.

Biomass stoves and boilers burn compressed wood or biomass pellets to create a source of heat. By slowly feeding fuel automatically from a storage container (called a hopper) into the burn tray, a constant flame is created and monitored to ensure maximum efficiency. When burned, the energy in biomass is released as heat.

There is a considerable choice of Biomass boiler on the market, knowing which one is right, safe and will not represent a fire or health risk is a minefield, however, NACE Executive Director Andrew Hemsley is an expert on Biomass boilers, related heating equipment and operation, site planning, flueing arrangement and installation methods and procedures who can provide sound mechanical advice.

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