Central home heating with modern wood gasification The Greenwood ® Frontier Series is a modern, wood gasification boiler that burns fuel so completely it leaves almost no smoke, creosote or ash. When installed in a radiant, baseboard, radiator or forced-air heating system, the boiler can reduce heating bills by 70 percent.
Gasifying boilers for wood Wood gasification boiler - type DCxxS(X) The boilers are constructed for burning wood on the principle of generator gasifying with the use of a gas exhaust ventilator (S), which withdraws the combustion gases from the boiler, or leads air into the boiler.
The heat from the wood is often stored in a hot water heat accumulator tank for use as and when needed, although you can connect a gasification boiler directly to a standard heating system. A log boiler used with an accumulator tank gives you the ability to decide when and how you want the heat in the house.
the industry. The Alternate Heating Systems Wood Gun™ is truly the pinnacle of wood fueled heating devices. Smoke The Wood Gun™ wood gasification boiler, when maintaned properly, produces no visible smoke and creosote formation in the chimney is prevented. How it works Wood gas is produced by applying heat to wood, a process called pyrolysis.
Central Boiler recommends burning seasoned wood when possible because dry wood burns better and provides more energy for heating your home. You'll burn less wood, saving you more money and time. That is, after all, what you want your outdoor furnace to do.
Central heating with a wood gasification boiler A little over a year ago I wrote a popular item on the dilemma of New Englanders who depend on oil for home heating. The pellet stove insert I'd installed in the living room fireplace a few years before was helping, but there was no way to distribute that heat.
Ideal where wood is plentiful and the customer is keen on controlling running cost. Combining wood, gas and smoke with high temperature oxygen results in a super-hot flame in the ceramic combustion chamber. Gasification occurs when the gases stay in this hot, turbulent environment long enough to achieve an 85% combustion efficiency.