Sunday, March 20, 2011

AAA Reburn R-120: Outdoor Wood/Coal Boiler

The AAA Outdoor Boiler is a unique 120-gallon capacity outdoor boiler, used for creating a cost- & fuel-efficient outdoor heating system. This Outdoor boiler is able to heat up to 3000 square feet and it may be used together with your currently installed indoor heating system. Reburn R-120 outdoor boiler uses either wood or coal. Boiler's firebox has to be filled only every 12 hours, so there is no need for more maintenance.

Buy Reburn R-120 Outdoor Boiler and You will get:
  • 120-gallon capacity gasification boiler;
  • Able to use wood or coal as a fuel;
  • Thick and strong firebox (0,25 inches);
  • Boiler can handle wood up to 3ft. long: forget about axes and wood shredders;
  • Fill firebox every 12 hr, no more maintenance required!

Saturday, October 30, 2010

What is pellets

Pellets it's - granulated biofuel produced from peat, wood or agricultural waste - standard size cylindrical granulas. Pellets are an environmentally friendly fuel with ash content not exceeding 3%, burning of wood pellets produces exactly as much CO2 as was absorbed by plants during growth, so there is no any danger to Earth opposite to traditional gas fuel. 

Technology of pellet production 
Raw material (usually wood waste) placed to the shredder, where it is crushed to anguish form. The resulting mass foes to the dryer, and then - to the press granulator, where wood flour will be compressed into pellets. Compression with hi pressure increases the temperature of the material, lignin contained in wood softens and bonds the particles into dense cylinders. On the production of one ton of pellets takes 4.5 cubic meters of wood waste.
As pellets are made of waste, there is no need for cutting woods - so there is no danger to forests too. 

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

What is solid fuel

Solid fuel refers to various types of solid material that are used as fuel to produce energy and provide heating, usually released through combustion (wikiPedia).
Modern solid fuels include charcoal (and other fossil fuel like peat, coal), Hexamine fuel tablets, wood and made of wood fuel pellets, corn, wheat, rye and other grain materials, especially which are used for biofuel production. 
Solid fuels give more heat than gas, they are not explosive and not toxic - this means ecologically clean; solid fuels are used in boilers, ovens and stoves, central heating systems.