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31
Oct

Wind Energy

Wind energy is clean. Wind turbines won’t dirty the air we breathe because they don’t emit pollutants, like other energy sources, which means less smog, less acid rain and fewer greenhouse gas emissions. Power plants are the largest stationary source of air pollution in the world, emitting millions of tons of sulphur dioxide, nitrous oxides and carbon dioxide each year. These pollutants are believed to be the cause of global…

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24
Oct

Wind Turbine Installation

Picture case study: Wind Turbine Installation Wind Turbine foundations are laid: Wind turbine pedestal: Concrete is poured into the wind turbine foundations: Close up of the wind turbine's nuts and bolts: Wind turbine erection: The second and third sections of the wind turbine tower are lifted into place: The wind turbine blades are positioned: Finished wind turbine:

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16
Oct

Biomass Boiler’s FAQ!

1. How much does a boiler cost? The cost of supplying and installing each system is dependent on each situation. We can provide you with a rough estimate after taking a few details followed by an accurate quote after a site survey. 2. How long does it take? Again, installations vary. A small installation could take just 3 days up to 4 weeks for a large commercial installation. 3. How…

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11
Oct

Buying fuel for your Biomass Boiler

An energy supplier should sell wood pellet and woodchip fuel per ton. However, in some cases you could have the option  from your energy supplier to provide heat (instead of fuel).   Considerations when purchasing fuel: Chlorine and other contaminants such as paint and creso can cause the boiler to burn at a higher than recommend temperature, reducing the lifespan of the boiler. Other containments such as nails and metal…

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10
Oct

What is a Flue?

All boilers have some sort of flue system; there are typically two types: Concentric: This system comprises two pipes one inside the other. The internal pipe takes the exhaust gases from the boiler to the atmosphere and the outer pipe supplies air to the boiler. The majority of concentric flues are a maximum of four metres in length and have a wide range of flue bends and extensions. This provides greater…

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