Biomass Boiler Containers from Commercial Biomass Ltd 1

Tandem lift of our 40' biomass container destined for a care home in Newcastle

Tandem lift of our 40' biomass container destined for a care home in Newcastle

Tandem lift of our 40′ biomass container destined for a care home in Newcastle

This biomass container is a 40ft single use high cube re-purposed shipping container. We clad it in pressure treated home grown Larch shiplap boarding, fixed in place with stainless steel annular ringshank nails, for a high quality, long lasting and reliable exterior finish that should last at least twenty years.

Pipework inside one of our biomass containers

Pipework inside one of our biomass containers

The container is fitted out inside with a 17 Tonne wood pellet store, 5,000 Litres of buffer, expansion, and an ETA Pek220 biomass boiler. Everything is in place, including RHI compatible heat meter, insulation and wiring, so once the cabin is placed on site, all that has to be done is connect power and heat main into the container, erect the flue, and it’s ready to commission. No fuss, no mess. It’s a quick and easy way to install biomass, and you don’t have to worry about constructing a separate building, or finding indoor space for the boiler.

This is the ideal solution for businesses that want to get on with their everyday operations without having tradesmen on site for weeks on end, building or converting a room to be a boilerhouse — with a biomass container most of the work has been done off site, allowing a very quick installation and conversion to a renewable source of heat for your business.

ETA Pek220 biomass boiler installed in an adapted shipping container

ETA Pek220 biomass boiler installed in an adapted shipping container


One thought on “Biomass Boiler Containers from Commercial Biomass Ltd

  • Pete Post author

    Our biomass containers look really smart clad in pressure treated home grown Larch, fixed in place with stainless steel ringshank nails for a permanence you don’t get with most of our competitors

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