Biomass boiler ratings part 4 continues our expert and unbiased reviews with a look at the Canali design, Centrometal, Vetik, Cichewicz, and Clam brands.
This brand is made in Italy and sold throughout Europe. The URANIA is a pellet boiler that is available in five sizes to match the heating needs of your home. The MULTIFLAM HYDRO can burn corn, peanuts, and olive cake as well as wood pellets. They have programmable electronic controls with a remote but the warranty is not as good as many other brands.
These units are made in Croatia and are sold in Europe. The PEL-TEC units are automatic firing and cleaning pellet boilers. They have digital modulating controls and are available in four sizes. They have a large built-in hopper to minimize filling requirements but their website does not have a stated guarantee for their boilers. The BIO-CK models are designed to burn wood chips, olive pits and solid fuels as well as pellets but the unit requires an external tank and auger system.
This brand is made in Turkey and is sold worldwide but only through their authorized dealer network. The EKO P SERIES features clean burning pellet boilers that use a lambda sensor to control combustion. They feature automatic cleaning and operations but their website is not much help and does not have a stated warranty policy.
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This brand is made in Poland and is available in Europe. The SIGMA KOMBI models can burn logs or pellets for added flexibility. They are clean-burning boilers using gasification technology. The COMPACT PEL-LET range offers units that just burn wood pellets. They feature automatic modulating controls but their website does not have a stated guarantee for the products.
These boilers burn wood pellets and are made in Italy. The Vittoria range offers three sizes of boilers. They are sold in Europe and are for domestic hot water production as well as central heating. They have programmable digital controls but 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.