EN303-5 classe 5 wood burnng boiler
Total gasification combustion
20 and 32 kW
Heating only or Heating and DHW with independant tank
Installed with an accumulator tank
Easy twinning with an oil boiler or a solar powered system
With more than 60.000 homes are heated with wood burning boilers since 1974, PERGE is a real reference point in the French wood burning boilers market.
PERGE GTH are total gasification combustion boilers. They achieved EN303-5 class 5 requirements with an efficiency of more than 90%. The installation of one or more accumulator tanks, with an electronic controller, provides them en unequalled level of perfromances in terms of efficiency, autonomy and comfort.
GTH PERGE boilers are factory fitted with an oxygen sensor (lambda sensor) which adjusts continuously flow and distribution of primary and secondary air. The combustion efficiendy is thus optimized.
The well controlled combustion also guarantees very reduced emissions and contributes to protect our environment.
An accumulator tank allows to benefit of the best efficiency of the boiler. The tank accumulates the overheat and restore it on demand. When heating demand is low, the accumulator tank provides maximum benefits, allowing significant autonomy for a day or more.
The large volume of the loading room allows temperature rise to 90° of a 1000 liter tank in a single load of wood with a 20 kW boiler.
The controller displays the status of the boiler (stop, combustion, modulation, door open,.... ).
The climatic controller can regulate up to 2 heating circuits and the domestic hot water, solar panels and / or an auxiliary boiler.
With its wide loading door (515 mm x 265 mm), the GTH PERGE boiler has broad access to the loading room. The large combustion chamber may receive 50 cm logs
Wood combustion does not contribute to CO2 emissions as it is a balanced process with CO2 absorption during wood growth.
Forest covers a large area in our countries making wood the first renewable energy resource as an alternative to fossil fuels.
Only about 60% of the biological growth of the forest is used by the different players of the forestry and wood sector. The remaining 40% represents a tremendous reserves of energy.
By definition, the production of wood energy is a proximity production. It greatly helps local jobs.