Commercial Biomass Boiler installations from Commercial Biomass Ltd.
Previously heated by ageing Powrmatic oil-fired blowers, which were becoming unreliable after a long service life, this commercial glasshouse plant nursery in Honiton, Devon has come bang up to date with a new ETA Hack 350 biomass boiler installed by Commercial Biomass.
Mark and Melanie Haddigan took over Northover Manor Hotel in Ilchester, Somerset in 1998. Since then, they’ve gradually refurbished and expanded the business, earning well deserved recognition along the way for the quality of the hotel’s hospitality. As with all hotels, the energy bill was massive, running on a collection of four separate oil boilers.
This Blackmore Vale egg packing factory now benefits from a biomass boiler from Commercial Biomass Ltd. The boiler heats not just the factory, but also an office block and two domestic houses. Commercial Biomass Partnership provided our standard Hack 200 biomass cabin with a 50 cubic metre store.
The historic Swisstulle factory at South Chard switched over to running on biomass with the help of Commercial Biomass Ltd. The old oil-fired boilers were on their last legs and costing a fortune to run. Parts of the factory date back to the 1830s, when they didn’t care much for insulation.
Sleeps12.com is a unique holiday home rental business. The Somerset-based company offers guests detached houses in Somerset and Devon, each with six en-suite bedrooms and private indoor swimming pools. The luxury five star accommodation in stunning settings, ensures the houses are packed week in and week out, year round.
This biomass boiler project at a poultry farm in Axbridge farm included extending the poultry houses to incorporate a boiler house and fuel store, as well as a catching tunnel. A wireless remote control lid to the store means the grower can operate it without having to leave his cab.
This biomass installation at a Cotswold broiler farm is fed by two powerhouses constructed in our workshop in Somerset and transported to site in sections. They were erected on a reinforced concrete base. The nature of a broiler farm meant Commercial Biomass Ltd had just three days between washing down and re-bedding, to complete the job.