MHS launches huge range of biomass boilers

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The Combustor range of biomass boilers from MHS boilers offers outputs from 30 kW to 5.8 MW.

MHS Boilers has launched a new range of 34 light-commercial and industrial biomass boilers with outputs from 30 kW to 5.8 MW. The application of Combustor biomass boilers ranges from small offices, retail premises and schools to large factories, hospitals and office complexes. MHS Boilers is working in partnership with biomass-boiler manufacturer Sib Siber and its approved partner companies to provide a full service from site surveys, system design and planning, through to installation and commissioning.

They have air-cooled underfeed burners. Larger models can be supplied with an auxiliary natural-gas or LPG burner for emergency heating backup. These boilers are compatible with several fuel types, including wood pellets, wood chip, grain or miscanthus.

These boilers are individually built for a particular fuel type, and MHS recommends that a guaranteed local supply of fuel is sourced before finalising the specification.

MHS also offers a wide range of matched accessories — including flexible and rigid augurs, and fuel-storage facilities. The company can also supply a variety of conveyors and agitators for built-in bunker storage.

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