Biasi 3 Wood is traditional combustion cast iron hot water wood or coal burning boiler. Wood is a precious alternative energy source. Therefore, it is essential to use it in the best way possible, making use of suitable technologies for its combustion. 3Wood boilers are equipped with EN GJL 200 cast iron bodies designed to ensure maximum thermal yield and excellent draught. All BIASI boiler blocks are built in accordance with ASME boiler pressure vessel code, and bear the "H" stamp. The entire range of 3Wood Boilers have been tested to ETL standards. THE 3WOOD's water-cooled grates, large finned firebox and secondary combustion chamber maximize the burn time and minimize wood consumption. Easy adjustments to the automatic temperature control, secondary air regulator, and flue gas damper enhance fire maintenance.
Features and Benefits of Biasi 3Wood-5 Combustion Wood Burning Cast Iron Boiler at a glance
Designed to Ensure uniform thermal load.
ASME Certified Boiler Rated at 58 psi.
ETL Approved for USA and Canada.
Swing-open burner door for easy service.
Reliable Honeywell controls.
Fully assembled, ready for installation.
Water-cooled Grates .
Secondary Combustion Chamber for High Efficiency and Low Emissions.
Aquastat mounted directly into heat exchanger for improved response.
Samson Draft regulator.
Spacious fire box to increase autonomous.
Other Standard Features :
Pressure Relief Valve ASME.
Automatic Draft Regulator.
ASME relief valve.
Anti-Burn Levers for Doors.
1 year parts / Limited lifetime heat exchanger
Q: What is the difference between hard and soft coal and where is soft coal found? by Samuel from Pennsylvania on February 09, 2016
A: Hard coal, also called anthracite, generally has a higher fuel content and burns hotter than other varieties of coal. It also burns more cleanly producing less soot, ash, and smoke.
Soft coal, or bituminous coal, is more widely available and less expensive than hard coal. It is also easier to start.
Other types of coal are also available, but these are rarley used for space heating purposes.
The map linked below shows where the various types of coal are found. Hard coal is indicated with green, while soft coal is marked in red and yellow.