Biomass boiler ratings part 17 continues our expert and unbiased reviews with a look at the Ponast, Puros, Radijator, Red, Reka, and Schmid brands.
This brand is made in the Czech Republic and sold through dealers in Europe. The KP08 offers units with electronic touch controls, automatic ignition and semi-automatic cleaning. The units have weather compensating controls and the ability to be controlled remotely by internet. Their website is not much help and does not have a stated warranty for their products.
The BIOMAX is a wood pellet boiler while the BIOSTAR boilers can burn corn or wood pellets. The units are made in Italy and are sold through dealers in Europe. Their website is not much help and does not have a stated guarantee for their products.
This brand is made in Serbia and is available throughout Europe. The COMPACT 25 is an automatic pellet boiler with an integrated pump and expansion tank. Their website is not much help and does not have a stated warranty policy.
These boilers are from the MCZ GROUP and are sold throughout Europe.
The COMPACT models are available in five sizes and feature a built-in circulator pump and expansion tank.
The PERFORMA EASY CLEAN units (shown here) have an ash compaction and removal system that minimizes the routine maintenance. They also have an automatic heat exchanger cleaning system as well as burn pot cleaning. The guarantee on the units is not as good as some of the other brands.
These units are made in Denmark and are only sold through a limited dealer network in parts of Europe. The TPK boilers are available in two sizes (12 and 22 kw). These units require manual lighting at the beginning of the heating season and then burn in slumber mode (2% output) until heat is required. This can be a hassle and wastes fuel.
The PESS pellet boilers are available in four sizes and feature fully automatic operation. They have automatic de-ashing and heat exchanger cleaning. The LIGNUMAT range burns wood chips and features automatic cleaning and a large ash drawer to minimize maintenance. Their website is not much help and does not have a stated guarantee for their products.
We continue our biomass boiler ratings with an alphabetical list of manufacturers and reviews of their products. You can continue to browse our list but, if you are looking for a specific brand, you can enter its name in the search box at the top of the page.