Leading biomass solutions provider, Euroheat, has launched a range of short films designed to make understanding biomass easier for installers and end users alike. Housed on its YouTube channel, http://www.youtube.com/user/EuroheatHBS, the videos provide a general overview of wood burning as well as product specific information; perfect for biomass heating engineers and anyone who wants to know more about the subject.
Professionally produced to ensure a quality and an engaging viewing experience, tune into the Euroheat channel to enjoy:
- An introduction to wood biomass: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5F9zhbJVqrU. A comprehensive overview of burning wood, from its environmental credentials, to ensuring boilers and stoves run most efficiently.
- Case studies explaining the benefits of Renewable Heat Incentive and fuel savings, such as Hill Farm, a Chicken Farm benefitting from biomass: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g1Ywp_ucah8
- Overviews of Euroheat’s range of wood burning stoves: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rq2yzemdZxU and boilers, including Euroheat’s new pre-fabricated Energy Cabin: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fw5pNKy49wc
- Technical ‘how tos’, explaining maintenance queries for specific products: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DEvWuDNwjSc
Simon Holden, co-founder of Euroheat, explains Euroheat’s decision to go ‘on film’: “We have always been of the opinion that the best way to understand biomass, for installers and end users alike, is to see it operational, which is where our exhibition centre comes to the fore. Having these videos is the next best thing, providing a point of reference for those who can’t get to us, or that simply want an easy, visual way to find out more, or refresh existing knowledge.
“For people interested in biomass, whether they’re Euroheat installers/customers or not, many of these films should provide an informative and useful way to understand how wood heating works, getting the best from it, the potential savings that can be made through reduced fuel prices and, in commercial applications, the cash back available from the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI).”