Thanks to our special boiler design together with our constant sensor monitoring, we can optimize the fuel consumtion and efficiency under any circumstances, automatically without manual adjustments.
THE ADVANTAGES OF EASYPELL WOOD PELLET BOILERS
EASYPELL WOOD PELLET BOILERS
With the easypell wood pellet boiler you enjoy a comfortable sustainable central heating. The boiler provides heat and hot water as needed for your home.
- Automatic ignition, ash removal and wood pellet supply
- Automatic heat exchanger cleaning
- Convenient: the pellets storage lasts up to one week
- Digital controller included
Easypell boilers are designed and built in Austria under the ÖkoFEN standard. More than 70.000 units working with this system worldwide, makes you expect a reliable and trouble free operation for years.
Back burn safety valve, integrated return flow heating, soft start and controlled wood gas burning temperature are arguments for a safe and long last operation without intervention.
Flexible power range
Due to our flexible power adjustment system and approved long term maximum power output you can use Easypell for almost all single family household heating requirements, domestic hot water and pool heating. But also for smaller industrial use, wherever thermal energy is required.
With Easypell you demonstrate care about the environment.We fulfill EN 303-5 Class 5 boiler standard same as Ecodesign ERP and almost all country standards for reducing pollution subsidy programs.
Low maintenance technology
Due to the automatic cleaning unit and burner deashing, there is only one yearly cleaning maintenance necessary. The large volume ashtray permits to store the ash and empty it only every 1-2 month.
Comfortable without compromises
With the Easypell wood pellet boiler you enjoy the advantages of a comfortable and simple to use central heating system. The ignition, burner ash removal and wood pellet supply are performed automatically. Thanks to an easy-to-use electronic control, your boiler provides heat and hot water as needed. The cleaning of the heat exchanger takes only a few seconds by using a simple lever or automatically with an integrated electrical motor. The big capacity pellet hopper offers up to one week of authonomy.
Wood pellet boilers „made in Austria“
Enjoy the austrian reliability and quality of Easypell. Made in Austria under license from ÖkoFEN, a worldwide technology leader in the pellet boiler market. With the Easypell wood pellet boiler you get a well-proven technology.
Simple and easy installation
With an Easypell wood pellet boiler you take advantage of an affordable and reliable boiler without major installation work and without much space requirement. You can replace your old fuel, gas or logs boiler without any modification of your radiators or underfloor heating installation. The Easypell boiler is compact: less than 1 m² of floor space - pellet storage included! Easypell can be installed in a basement, garage, outdoor-building or in your current boiler-room.
FAQ: Why should we choose an Easypell pellet boiler?
What advantage do I have with an Easypell boiler?
There are numerous advantages to choose an Easypell pellet boiler as your heating system. The Easypell boiler ensures an excellent job thanks to its constant monitoring of combustion. This automatically saves fuel and reduces emissions to a minimum.
The boiler does not require adjustments or calibrations and works only when necessary, simply add pellets and that’s it. It can be used for all types of heating (floor, radiators, wall, …) with or without buffer tank, as well as the production of domestic hot water. The boiler works without cleaning or maintenance requirement for a full heating season.
Easypell is a reliable, automatic and economical pellet boiler. Made in Austria by a company of the prestigious manufacturer ÖkoFEN, to ensure you a trouble free winter in a heated house.
Is this way of heating sustainable and good for the climate?
The pellet boiler is a long-term sustainable heating method because wood pellets are a renewable natural energy that will still be available to future generations, unlike oil, gas or uranium.
More wood is planted than cut in European forests. Therefore pellets, "energy concentrates from solar energy" made of wood waste, have revolutionized heating in a sustainable way.
As the trees grow, they fix exactly the amount of CO2 they then release during combustion. This combustion does not release more CO2 than the natural degradation of wood in our forests. As long as the surface area of our forests does not decrease, the cycle is positive. This is the case in Europe and most of the world, where the surface area of forests increases year after year, even with a strong development of wood energy.
Burning wood in a pellet boiler is therefore one of the best alternatives to fuel/gas and electricity to ensure the energy transition and protect the climate. Wood pellet is a CO2-neutral fuel!
Is the supply of wood pellets safe, local and independent?
Wood is a renewable raw material and a manly local product. Today, most of the wood pellets are produced in the own or neighbour countries sawmills. With your pellet boiler, you contribute to strengthening the local wood sector, and you benefit from a fuel based on short and local circuits. With wood pellets, your pellet boiler does not depend on international crises and geopolitical developments.
European wood reserves increase each year by about 770 million m3, of which only two thirds are currently being harvested. The supply of wood pellets therefore remains secure in the long term, even with a sharp increase in demand.
The global wood pellet production has steadily increased from about 2 million metric tons in 2000 to some 55.7 million metric tons in 2018. It has been projected that wood pellet production in Western Europe alone will reach 13 million metric tons by 2020. The importance and the growth of the wood pellet industry in Europe are apparent. Markets such as those in Austria and Sweden are already well-established but continue to grow; other new markets are also emerging across Europe. As of 2018, the EU-28 produced some 16.9 million metric tons of wood pellets, accounting for about 30 percent of the global production.
Is heating with pellet economical?
The wood pellet boiler is the most economical heating method compared to fuel oil, gas or electricity. Just compare prices: wood pellets are the cheapest energy according to the statistics almost all over the world. This has been the case for many years. In addition, the pellet boiler benefits from the very high price stability of the pellet: no yo-yo on prices due to some uncontrollable political or commercial situations. Wood pellets are always available in your area at a very stable and reasonable price.
What is wood pellet made of and how are they produced?
Wood pellet is only composed of natural wood residues from sawmills, mainly sawdust and shavings, or wood that is difficult to use in construction. The species used are mainly softwood, but also increasingly hardwood. Small quantities (1%) of exclusively vegetable raw materials, such as corn starch, could be added to facilitate compression.
Those wood residues are dried and crushed if necessary. The dry "flour" obtained is then pressed in a die from which it emerges in small sticks. Wood pellets are certified, mainly under ENplus A1 norm, and a strict control ensures a high-quality fuel for heating your home with a very low environmental impact. The very low ash content ensures a very efficient fuel, were ashes are ideal as fertilizer for the garden. So, no waste for the environment is produced.
Is the supply of fossil fuels secure?
Stocks are quantifiable. Oil must be extracted under increasingly difficult conditions. Price trends are thus highly variable, and security of supply is further complicated by the unstable political situation in many producing countries. In addition, oil and gas, which are mainly responsible for global warming, are doomed to be discouraged from being used.
With your wood pellet boiler, you are assured of using clean, renewable and long-term available energy.