Froling Wood pellet Boiler

Froling Wood Pellet Boilers Installed by Tarm Biomass Heat Orford Commercial Building

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A Fertile Opportunity for Renewable Heating Sometimes nice old buildings present fertile opportunities for renewable heating makeovers with Fröling 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 […]

Cutting Energy Costs in St. Johnsbury, VT

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The house is a two-story 4,800 (total) square foot log structure built by its owners several decades ago. The roof is supported by scissor trusses, which create vaulted ceilings and a small attic space above the ceilings. Originally, there were two boilers providing the heat, a Frank’s Wood Boiler and a separate oil boiler, both […]

Brian Millette, Steadfast for 29 1/2 Years, Retires from Tarm Biomass

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Brian Millette is retiring!  Tomorrow, Wednesday May 9th, will be Brian’s last day at Tarm Biomass. Brian started working for Nichols Hardware in September of 1988.  I was still in high school at the time.  Brian was originally a floor clerk in the hardware store, which was owned by my Father Jim Nichols and Uncle […]

Announcing The Fröling Turbomat 500

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The first Fröling Turbomat 500 (TM 500) has arrived in the USA! The TM 500 is a 1.7 mm Btu/hr. boiler capable of burning wood chips up to 45% moisture content or wood pellets. The boiler weighs over 18,000 pounds, in large part due to its heavily bricked firebox, which is necessary for wetter wood […]