Plug and play biomass for warehouses

Plug and play biomass for warehouses

At Rural Energy we’re always looking for new ways to maximise the take up of biomass technology in the UK and a big part of this is supplying solutions that have been developed to meet real needs within the industry. This is why we’re so excited to announce the arrival of the new AIRMatic Biomass Space Heater – an innovative new compact solution that packs a big punch, ideal for warehouses and large industrial units.

The AIRMatic is a standalone, modular biomass unit that has been developed specifically to heat large volume spaces. Powered by a wood pellet boiler from Herz, the AIRMatic can be mounted in almost any location – all that is needed is a single-phase 230 V electrical supply, space for flue penetration, a water supply and a level floor.

The AIRMatic addresses a real gap in the current biomass market and provides warehouse owners and managers with an easy, off-the-shelf solution that will pay dividends. We are well aware that in warehousing space is at a premium, but with the AIRMatic only a couple of spare square metres are needed to make the switch to biomass.

Perfect for helping to keep staff warm and provide frost protection for warehouse stock, the AIRMatic delivers rapid heating whilst offering potential energy cost savings of up to 30 per cent. In addition, it’s fully compliant with the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI), providing additional income that could be as much as £135,000 over the 20-year life span of the scheme.

What’s more, the AIRMatic comes with state-of-the-art touchscreen controls with remote access capability and an RHI approved heat meter to help users monitor and get the best out of their boiler. The heat exchanger and boiler body also come with a comprehensive five-year warranty, giving complete piece of mind.

There really has never been a embrace biomass technology. The promise of an additional income from the RHI combined with lower heating costs than traditional fuel sources such as oil, electricity and LPG, makes you wonder why anyone would choose anything other than biomass.