Wood Waste Heating
The Talbott wood working range of combustion to heat systems provide a simple and economic solution to the rising cost of wood waste disposal and heating provision.
They are all approved appliances for use within smoke control areas whilst combusting MDF, Chipboard, Softwood and Hardwoods. Easy to operate, they are a simple solution for factory space heating and wood waste disposal. Hand fed and Automatic versions available.
We also have a range of Modern Wood Energy ‘MWE’ boilers that are eligible for the Government’s Renewable Heat Incentive. This range has full RHI emissions certification whilst using a variety of waste wood fuels. These as standard include such features as automatic de-ash, heat exchange cleaning and lambda sensor control; all to ensure clean, efficient and controlled combustion.
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The Talbott T range hand fed units are available in four different sizes: the Talbott T75, T150, T300 and 150-CMH (previously known as the Talbott T500).
They are the UK’s original range of hand fed wood burning heaters and are ideal to use wood off cuts as a fuel for factory space heating.
The Talbott T range automatic units are available in three different sizes: the Talbott T3/A, T5/A and TM/A. They are ideal for the safe, clean and efficient combustion of extracted or shredded wood waste for factory space heating.
Very well suited for medium sized woodworking factories with wood waste extraction systems.
The Talbott C range automatic units are available in three different sizes: the Talbott C4, C5 and C6. They are a versatile and robust range of units ideal for the safe and clean combustion of extracted or shredded wood waste.
They are available as hot air or hot water and a ‘cost effective’ option to provide wood waste disposal and heating for larger wood working facilities.
The Talbott ‘MWE’ Modern Wood Energy range as standard incorporate automatic de-ash, heat exchange cleaning, oxygen trim ‘lambda control’, all to ensure efficient, clean and complete combustion.
There are four sizes available in the range rated at 199kW, 300kW, 600kW and 999kW with larger sizes expected to be available soon. All of these units are boiler based and eligible for the Governments renewable heat incentive scheme where they have RHI emissions certification. They are designed to use such biomass fuels as Wood Pellets, Wood Chips, MDF, Chipboard, Hardwood and Softwoods.