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Doubts about biomass?

What are pellets?

Pellets are little cylinders usually with a lenght of 6-8 mm made with wood waste without any type of additives and with an humidity of less than 10%.

Doubts about Heat pump?

What is a heat pump?

A heat pump is a thermal machine that extracts energy from a renewable thermal source, processes it through a thermodynamic cycle and delivers the resulting energy into a heating, cooling or DHW (domestic hot water) system.

what is a heat pump

The heat pump is a system that allows energy to be exchanged between two environments. The primary (brine) can be defined as the environment that the heat pump uses as a source of energy, this also defines the classification of the heat pumps mainly into aerothermal, using the air as a source of energy, and geothermal using the ground as a source of energy. The secondary (production)  is defined as the environment the heat pump delivers the processed energy, can be radiators, underfloor heating, fan coils, DHW, pool or any other circuit.