Nu-Way moves into larger biomass boilers

Published:  14 October, 2007

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Biomass boilers with outputs from 100 to 750 kW are offered by Nu-Way with its EcoMass range.

Nu-Way’s EcoMass 75 range of biomass boilers is designed for commercial and industrial use, with five models providing outputs from 100 to 750 kW.

These boilers can burn renewable wood fuels such as pellets, briquettes and chips with up to 30% moisture content by weight. They can operate alongside existing gas- or oil-fired boilers.

EcoMass boilers are constructed from welded steel and have a 3-pass flue section to provide optimum heat recovery. The combustion section can be supplied with a welded steel or open-floor arrangement, depending on the particular burner requirements. A burner flange can be positioned on the front or side to enable a gas or oil burner to be mounted as a backup.

The boiler tubes have inserts to increase heat transfer and automatically clean the tubes, which are maintained via an hydraulic system to periodically ‘stroke’ the inserts.

A variable-speed exhaust-gas fan can be mounted on the rear of the boiler. There are also options for automatic ash-removal screws and flue-gas cyclones.



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