What is Biomass?
Biomass absorbs carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere while it is growing and therefore cancels out any produced during combustion. By managing a programme of continual replanting, the carbon dioxide balance can be maintained.
Most commonly, wood pellets and logs are used for biomass fuel. Those using wood pellets include a feeder mechanism that takes the correct quantity of biomass fuel from the hopper into the combustion chamber, where a precise mixture of air is introduced, resulting in extremely efficient heat production (89-91 per cent efficiency). Biomass offers an affordable and practical renewable energy solution.
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