Pellet boiler PELLEMATIC PLUSresidentialcommercialcondensing

pellet boiler
pellet boiler
pellet boiler
pellet boiler
pellet boiler
pellet boiler
pellet boiler
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Characteristics

Power source
pellet
Sector
residential, commercial
Other characteristics
condensing, waste heat
Power

Max.: 32 kW

Min.: 25 kW

Description

The Pellematic Plus condensing boiler enables particularly cost-effective heating. The innovative condensing technology allows additional fuel savings of up to 12% to be made, not only benefiting your finances, but also the environment. Pellematic Plus – the energy-saving heating system The Pellematic Plus combines all the benefits of the Pellematic pellet boiler. The additional integral heat exchanger enables utilisation of waste heat that would otherwise escape unused through the chimney. Condens condensing technology for 106%* efficiency Flue gas routing system for extreme cooling and condensation of flue gases for additional heat gain Fully automatic cleaning system High-grade stainless steel for optimum corrosion resistance Condensing technology: How does it work? Modern condensing boilers utilise the heat contained in the flue gas. The flue gas is cooled to the point where the water vapour contained therein condenses (liquefies). The heat that this generates is fed back into the heating system. This increases the efficiency of your boiler and reduces fuel consumption. The benefits of the Pellematic Plus at a glance Energy gain Innovative condensing technology makes it possible: The Pellematic Plus utilises the latent heat contained in the flue gas, which would otherwise escape unused through the chimney. This yields an additional energy gain and a significantly higher efficiency level, which reduces the amount of fuel required and consequently costs.

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*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.