Biomass boilers

BIODROP biomass boiler (23-581kW)

Code: BD

Pellet - Biomass Boiler with New Technology Coagulation System with Two Feeding Motors (23 - 580 kW). The design of the BIODROP boiler has two main features:

  1. The reduced width of the assembly, which is imperative for small boiler rooms and
  2. The advanced core burner that combines all the advantages of the combustion, precipitation and fuel delivery system with maximum safety.

The BIODROP boiler's core burner is a combination of a system with pellet feed and pellet precipitation. Two electromixers push the fuel from the silo to the burner. The second one feeds the fuel into the hearth. The two systems are independent of each other.


  • Modern design,
  • Advanced combustion technology,
  • Safe operation,
  • Positioning of silos on the right or left,
  • Small volume of the complex, ideal for balconies and small boiler rooms,
  • Easy transport and installation.

BIOPLEX biomass boiler (18-1.620kW)

Ref: HL

A complete assembly with screw-type biomass burner and silo, suitable for olive kernel, tops, kernels, agropellet, charcoal, wood, corn, wheat.

Steel boiler with cylindrical flame-retardant heat exchanger. Three pass of exhaust gases - Type e.

The HL boiler for solid fuel combustion burns various solids with a diameter of 5-25 mm with automatic feeding: charcoal, oilcake, pellets, agropellet, bark, bark, etc., as well as wood or briquettes with manual feeding. A BIOMIX version with integrated stirring system for wood chips and sawdust is also available. It also has the possibility of adapting an oil burner for auxiliary/alternative use.

It has a power supply system with electric motor, combustion system with blower, fire extinguishing system, safety kit, ash container, cleaning tools. At the front of the boiler there are three doors for cleaning, maintenance, and ash removal. Ignition is manual. 

The boiler is suitable for houses, villas, cottages, and gives the possibility of independence from oil and gaseous fuels, with the possibility of burning any solid residue. Excellent operation, high efficiency, easy cleaning, minimum maintenance.

The silo is the fuel tank and has a large capacity to last for 4 to 7 days (depending on demand). The silo can be filled manually or - optionally - by automation. The fuel is transferred by a screw to the hearth, where it is burnt. A cast iron 'catalyst' keeps the hearth hot and increases the efficiency by burning off all unburnt particles.