User-friendly, fast and convenient with pellets
The boilers’ round flues have no recesses that collect soot and ash. The large ash drawer only needs to be emptied a few times a year. The soot and ash are in the ash drawer. Pull it out and empty it. Done in under 5 minutes. Simple or what?
PELLMAX PELLET BOILERS
• Pellmax CU with smart controls and water heater
• Pellmax VX with exchanger and enormous hot water capacity
• Pellmax UB pellet cassette without hot water
VIKING BIO PELLET BURNERS
• Viking Bio 200 with automatic cleaning
• Viking Bio 20 simple and functional classic
VIKING BIO 200
VIKING BIO 20
VIKING BIO 35
PELLET BOILER | PELLET BURNER
Pellets are convenient. If you use a bulk store, everything takes place automatically. The bulk store is filled by a bulk vehicle and you need not handle the pellets at all. The pellets are fed from the store to the pellet burner. The burner operates automatically. Another option is to have pellet sacks and a small store. You fill the store with a number of sacks and the pellets are fed from the store to the pellet burner. After a while, you learn the pellet consumption rate and when it is time to refill the store.
With a modern pellet boiler such as Värmebaronen Pellmax, you can take it easy. You only need to look at it a few times a year and then only for a few minutes each time.
Green Fuel pellets are a biofuel that is often made from sawdust or wood shavings. When wood pellets are burned, the substances emitted into the air are reabsorbed by plants and trees and are thus part of a natural cycle – unlike when fossil fuels are burned or power is generated using oil or coal.
The net emission of carbon dioxide is zero. Pellets are also a domestic fuel that creates jobs and purchasing power.
A pellet system from Värmebaronen gives you green, economical, comfortable heating.
Combine with solar panels and/or heat pump
A pellet boiler on its own works well all year round. However, if you want to save even more money, it is an excellent idea to add other heat sources such as solar panels. In the winter, when it is coldest, you use pellets for heating. For the rest of the year (April, May, June, July, August and September), the solar panels take over the heating and hot water. In this way, each type of energy is used when it is most efficient.
You could also combine it with a heat pump and heat using pellets when it is cold outside and the heat pump struggles to keep up.