Biomass boiler ratings part 3 continues our expert and unbiased reviews with a look at the Biokompakt, Bio-Sol, Biotech, Blowtherm, Burnit, and Caldera brands.
This brand uses gasification technology and is controlled by a lambda sensor for clean/efficient burning. The ECO15 P can burn wood pellets and other models can burn a variety of biomass fuels. The boilers are made in Austria and are sold throughout Europe but their website does not have a stated warranty policy.
These units are made in Sweden by GORDIC ENVIRONMENT AB. They have a 90,000 btu/hr output and connections for solar water heating. The units provide domestic hot water as well as hot water for central heating. The warranty on the units is not very good when compared to other brands.
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This brand is made in Germany. The TOPLIGHT ZERO models (shown here) feature their DCC combustion system which detects pellet quality as well as combustion efficiency and adjusts the boiler operation accordingly. They feature an auto cleaning stainless steel heat exchanger as well as ash compression to minimize ash pan dumping.
They are available in Austria and Germany but the standard guarantee for the units is not very good when compared to other brands.
The DK SERIES offers basic biomass boilers that are made in Turkey. They are only available in two sizes and use very basic technology. Their website is not much help and does not have a stated guarantee for their products.
This brand is made in Bulgaria by NES LTD and is sold throughout Europe. The PELLEBURN boilers use wood pellets and have automatic operation including auto self-cleaning. They are available in three sizes but their website is not much help and does not have a stated guarantee for the products.
This brand is made in Turkey and is available throughout Europe but only through their limited dealer network. The BIO-PACK EX range offers five sizes of automatic pellet boilers and features a durable stainless steel burner. Their website is not much help and does not have a stated warranty policy.
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.