All these installations were done and are located in Europe and are an example of the types of intallations that we plan to introduce in the United States. We are looking for business partners in the U.S. If interested, please do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com
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There are many systems used to heat water, including pellet boilers. Pellet boilers are different from other boilers because of the raw material they use for the combustion of energy, the pellets.
Pellets come from cleaning resitues from the forestry and timber industries. They are crushed, pressed and converted to chips. In this case, they are used for pellet boilers that provide heating and water for domestic use.
The hot water produced by the pellet boiler is stored in a deposit with a capacity that varies, according to the client´s needs. These tanks have independent internal circuits that allow them to be used for purposes other than, as in this case, hot water and heating. These circuits don´t take the water from inside the tank but, instead, they absorb the water´s heat, thereby, avoiding mixing the drinking water, with the water utilized for heating.
To be able to use the pellet boiler for heating and hot water, various sensors and control systems are incorporated to regulate the temperature, as well as the electrovalve, in order to heat the two circuits, as needed.
We can see a close up of the electrovalve and also the rest of the control systems of both, the temperatu re and the safety of the installation. We must stress the importance of the latter for the durability of the installation and the maximum safety for the buyers.