The boiler is designed to be placed in a ground floor room or a basement where it's easy to load wood and wood briquettes.
Its purpose is to heat water for local central heating systems, as well as heating domestic hot water.
Main characteristics of the wood burning boiler:
Achieving the desired heat output depends on:
- Not to be fired when not connected to radiators / fan convector heaters. Burning wood without water in the boiler will cause it to crack and subsequent loss of the guaranty.
- We recommend the installation to be done in an open type system. When connected in closed circuit system it must be fully protected using safety valves for temperature and pressure up to 1.5bar.
- All elements of the installation must be protected from freezing. In installation with forced ciculation we recommend the pump to be backed-up by a UPS.
- In any installation with copper parts the boiler should be protected against corrosive electrolysis using magnesium sacrificial anode or similar protective system
Wood burning boiler Prity NS32, 36kW
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