Burn it to a burner wood pellets

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The center architecture and efficient technical energetics (ZETA) of the upper school of Bremen and the company LEDA Werk GmbH & Co. KG Boekhoff & Co. concluded a cooperation agreement for the development of a burner designed to combustion virtually emission of toxic gas wood pellets.

It requires very little energy to operate and is particularly suitable for use in passive houses or low energy.

The pellet wood fuel is a relatively disregarded in our regions, but nevertheless has long used in Scandinavia and Austria. Wood is a renewable energy carrier and particularly ecological.

When burning wood pellets, the amount of CO2 that emerges is one that has been absorbed by trees during their growth, which closes the loop. The ovens pellets thus represent an opportunity for economic and ecological heating could be installed in passive houses.

The company innoWi GmbH initiates a patent application filing in Germany and in many other European countries.

Contacts: Prof. Dr.-Ing Rolf-Peter Strauss, Hochschule Bremen ZETA, Neustadtswall 30, 29199 Bremen, e-mail: rstrausss@fbm.hs-bremen.de,
http://www.hs-bremen.de
innoWi GmbH, Peer Biskup, Postfach 104551, 28045 Bremen, e-mail: mail@innowi.de, http://www.innowi.de
Sources: Depeche IDW, Press release from the Superior School of Bremen

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