Biocom heating systems, with industrial step grate technology, combine maximum economy with minimum emissions. These boilers can operate with wood pellets of varying quality.
Summary of test assessments:
"extremely high efficiency thanks to industrial step grate technology (even with the lower output range); particularly clean and efficient combustion through large rotating combustion zone<br/> ; high quality components for a long service life; …”
Awarded the Austrian Innovation Prize 2005
Awarded the Austrian Environmental seal ZU 37
The wood pellets are gasified on the industrial step grate, where primary air is supplied at an ember bed temperature of around 800 °C. The amount of combustion air and fuel charge is regulated by means of a lambda probe, so that the system achieves a level of efficiency of up to 94 %. With the aid of secondary air, the generated combustion gases are cleanly and efficiently converted into energy in a large rotating combustion zone.
Conventional pellet heating systems still require regular cleaning. The Biocom system, on the other hand, cleans the heat exchanger and step grate (with the exception of a general clean-up) automatically. Large ash boxes reduce the remaining effort to a minimum.
Guntamatic storage systems operate with suction discharge and screw conveyor dosing, resulting in outstanding operational reliability and durability. When the fuel is completely used up, there is no need for the annual storage room cleaning. Depending on preference, a high grade steel/mesh hopper or sloping floor storage room with discharge screw conveyor are available.
Fully automatic control of appliance and storage room functions, as well as regulation of the ambient climate utilising the most advanced control technology. Individual adjustments can be made easily via the clear touchscreen controller, possibly via a room control station or a smartphone app.
In order to ensure that our appliances meet our high quality aspirations and those of our demanding customers, we manufacture them completely and exclusively using the best possible materials in our ultra-modern Austrian factory.
BIOCOM systems operate with a self-cleaning step grate which is generally only found in larger plants. This enables the ember bed height and boiler output to be adjusted in line with demand and fuel, without risking slag forming inside the boiler. The moving step grate keeps the primary air slots clean, ensures optimum combustion and also that ash is correctly discharged.
In order to prevent unintentional surprises, BIOCOM boilers are made exclusively using the highest grade components. The robust version of the vacuum system and screw conveyor discharge, the reliable motors and gear units and the resilient silicon combustion chamber with step grate technology are but a few examples of this.
BOX containers of various sizes are available to suit the dimensions of each available storage room. The steel floor and fabric design is extremely capacious and also allows the container to be emptied completely, thereby reducing the cleaning effort. An screw conveyor-dosing vacuum discharge guarantees highly reliable operation.
Guntamatic Flex discharge units are suitable for particularly large, intensively used, storage facilities.
The discharge screw conveyor of the vacuum discharge system has been designed for efficiency and a long service life. It offers a highly reliable operation as well as low cleaning effort,
and discharge from stores with sloping floors. Where the sloping floors are made on site, this is also a particularly affordable solution.
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Pellets ENplus A1/A2
Pellets ENplus A1/A2
EU standard EN 14961-2
22 - 75
22 - 99/101
Required chimney draught
Ash box – "grate"
Total weight (without stoker unit)
Safety heat exchanger
230 V / 13 A
230 V / 13 A
Pellets make their case across the board: most originate in local woods and therefore safeguard local jobs; they represent a climate responsible and CO2 neutral method of heating (currently the only fuel to do so); and save up to 50 % on fuel costs compared to oil, gas or electric heating systems.