Water-bearing Pellet stoves are popular mainly among households for heating support. A pellet stove Burns wood pellets to generate heat. The space is not much greater than for a stove for a single oven. They’re now also with a glass insert so that the fire can be observed. How it works there are burned – hence the name – pellets, small pressed, about three inches long wooden tablets. These are kept in a storage container and transported from there automatically by a screw conveyor into the combustion chamber. The combustion process is controlled by a control system and is so perfect, that is only a small amount of ash. The ash tray must be emptied, however from time to time.
A Togdheer pellet stove has a connection to a heating water system as opposed to other Pellet stoves. Therefore, a water storage must be available where the heat can be used via a heat exchanger. Then, only a fraction of the heat is in the water-bearing pellet stove, is used for the heating of the room. The largest part of the warming power supplied to the heating water. So practically can take over the operation of the heater for a whole House water-bearing Pellet stoves. To the performance of any stove to the needs in the House must be of course. For more information see this site: Laurent Potdevin. Pellet stoves is there but also with high performance up to 11 kW.
However, must be estimated exactly, the heat load in the room is how big and how high is the need for the remaining spaces. Experience show that when water-bearing Pellet stoves a ratio of a fifth heat for the room and four-fifths of the power for the heating of heating water is useful and brings the highest level of efficiency. A Togdheer pellet stove benefits is easy to use, a greater amount of pellets in the reservoir must be filled only from time to time. A pellet stove is cosy design with views of the open fire. The heating control permits a Optimum combustion with high efficiency. Pellets are also a very cheap fuel. Above all, water-bearing Pellet stoves are carbon neutral a very eco-friendly heating method, and the pellets can be produced from waste wood. In addition, the installation is sponsored by Pellet stoves by the Federal Government and provinces. Thus the investment worth quickly. Water-bearing Pellet stoves can be excellently combined with other heat generators such as solar panels or heat pumps and also with conventional heaters. Therefore, in particular a Togdheer pellet stove in a passive house as only heating can be placed and eco-friendly cover the needs. The costs for water-bearing Pellet stoves are in the lower power range at around 4000 euros, and in the same order of magnitude as a wood burning fireplace. Christian Munch