New biomass range launched by Firebird

To herald the launch of its new biomass range, Firebird has produced a detailed product brochure which covers the full range of options. The range includes the MCS and HETAS approved Tavistock wood pellet biomass boiler, together with the Exmoor and Dartmoor wood pellet biomass stoves, all fully automated and entirely self-contained, with pellet hopper, heat exchanger and control systems in one complete package.  For homeowners with a ready supply of Firewood, Firebird also offer a traditional free-standing wood burning dry stove.

The Firebird Tavistock wood pellet biomass boiler, which is eligible for the domestic RHI scheme, is available in four outputs from 12 – 35kW. The boiler can be installed on a buffer system to supply underfloor heating, or via a plate heat exchanger kit directly onto a radiator circuit, or can be used to create a bivalent heating system with existing heating technologies. A high-resolution, touch-display, colour screen enables simple commissioning and control of the boiler, while an automated cleaning programme helps to reduce the level of annual maintenance and servicing required.

The Firebird Exmoor and Dartmoor wood pellet biomass stoves complement the range by offering the aesthetics of a modern wood burning stove, with the convenience of full automation and programmability. Both stoves are suitable for use in any type of home, but as the Firebird Dartmoor is ‘airtight’ it can also be used in modern passive homes as space heating is provided without altering the characteristics of the home.

Commenting on the new Biomass range, David Hall, Firebird’s UK Director says: ‘These are very exciting times, as the addition of this new biomass range firmly positions Firebird as a total heating solutions supplier. At Firebird we have taken full advantage of the huge leap forward in ‘intelligent engineering’ to provide a fully automated, renewable heating option that optimises boiler performance and consequently the amount of fuel used’.

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