Comparison of MultiBio boilers and burners with other burners on wood pellets
Due to their construction MultiBio burners are able to burn fuels with difficulty combustibility, such as plant pellets. In this section of the site, however, we only consider burning wood pellets. If you are interested in the use of fuels other than wood pellets, go to the sites where the burners themselves or the products are certified for both fuels. MultiBio 30 (B) or MultiBio 49 (B)
MultiBio burners also have a great advantage in burning wood pellets.
Our customers often ask what are the advantages of the MultiBio rotary burner against bowl burners or square universal burners in connection with the burning of wood pellets. At first glance, it would seem that wood pellets can burn all types of burners on the market. MultiBio burners can also burn pellets whose quality does not match the certificate issued by the dealer to pellets. This is often the case and the pellet dealer can hardly prevent or influence it.
The primary advantage of the burner is that it is not susceptible to the quality of wood pellets and can burn even the lowest grade pellets that creates ash sinter or even pellets that may contain more minerals and a significant amount of ash or admixtures that can make pellet makers easier production.
From experience, we know that even if you bought high quality pellets with a certificate, you may find that you have a batch that did not "do". Then there is a situation that you have, for example, 5 tons of pellets in the basement, which the "normal" burner can not burn. Even if the dealer of the poor pellet willingly exchanges, it is necessary to move them out of the cellar. or suffer, remove excessive ash, or specimens from the burner and re-burn the burner. The MultiBio boiler does not do this. It can reliably burn pellets with which the burner or torch burners can not burn.