Israel River Campground in Jefferson, NH has been burning over 12 cords of wood and 1,400 gallons of oil per season for 10 years in an HS-Tarm Excel multi-fuel wood gasification boiler. The almost 7,000 square foot main building, which houses the camp store, bathrooms, laundry facilities, recreation room, and owner’s living quarters is a […]
A Fertile Opportunity for Renewable Heating Sometimes nice old buildings present fertile opportunities for renewable heating makeovers with Froling wood pellet boilers. Here is a great example. The 30,000 square foot office and warehouse was built starting in 1965 by New Hampshire Governor Meldrim Thomson for his Equity Publishing business. As Governor Thomson’s business grew […]
The historic Ladd Hall in Waterbury, VT has gone through a huge makeover. The building was sitting vacant since August 2011, when Tropical Storm Irene hit and flooded the basement. The original building was bult in the 1890’s with a wing added in the 1950’s to house nurses working at the state hospital. The building […]
Photos showing the completed installation with silo and chimney installed.
During the summer of 2010, Richard and Raul from Mesoamerican Development Institute (MDI) paid us a visit with pellets produced from coffee bean waste. We burned some of the fuel in our Multi-Heat 2.5 pellet boiler. The Multi-Heat has a very simple burn process which can handle the higher ash content of the fuel. Burning […]