Many industry’s have moved their production into old farm buildings. After minimal renovations they are faced with a question how to heat these large production areas and demanding warehouses. Due to high ceilings there is a lot of air to heat. The easiest way to do it is to use water – air caloriferes and a central pellet boilerhouse.
Viljandi Deluxe complex has little bit over 10 000 m2 of surface. Complex consist of several wings so there are many outer walls which increases the heat demand even more. Our client needed a quick solution with a cost efficient solution. We decided to present them our first ever container boilerhouse – a two-storied solution. On the bottom half we have our PK1000 boiler, PV 700a burner, ash cyclone and fluegas fan. On the top container we have two Mafa Villa silo bottoms. Two augers transport the pellets down to the burner. With such configuration it is possible to store up to 12 tons of Pellets.
The boiler has several automatic cleaning systems. Two linear motors clean the third pass by moving the turbulators. On the bottom of the furnace lies ash auger which collects the ash from the back side into the ash bin that is located outside of the container.
|TYPE||PV 700a||Pelltech Everclean 1000|
|POWER||Max 700 kW||Max input 990kW / max output 920kW|
|WORKING POWER LEVEL||Modulating power|
|WORKING CYCLE FROM 24h||24h (modulating power level)|
|SENSOR TYPE||0-10V Temperature sensor||Various temperature sensors|