The devices are designed to produce hot water by automatically burning wood pellets.

All phases are controlled by the electronic controller's software, which guarantee's high efficiency and low emissions in total safety.

The hot water is conveyed to the radiators (high temperature) or in-floor radiator panels (low temperature) throughout the house.

The boilers can be integrated into hybrid systems with solar panels, wall-mounted boilers and accumulators, etc., to create advanced heating solutions.

Special kits are available to allow them to produce domestic hot water for the bathroom and kitchen, which can be stored in boilers so as always to be available at the desired temperature.

The most advanced models are equipped with automatic hearth cleaning and ash compaction systems for lengthy operation without the need for manual cleaning.

Pellet boilers can also be connected to the existing heating system, whether with closed or open expansion vessel.

For long term operation without the need for pellet loading, the boilers are also configured to accept automatic loading systems (both mechanical and pneumatic). These systems permit large capacity hoppers in steel, fabric, masonry, etc. to be used.


For the scheme specific to your model, refer to the technical data sheet enclosed with the product.

1 = pellet hopper with top loading hatch

2 = screw for conveying the pellets from the hopper to the combustion chamber

3 = screw gearmotor

4 = pellet combustion hearth

5 = electric heating element for igniting the pellet

6 = centrifugal fan for extracting the combustion fumes

7 = fumes outlet port for connection to flue

8 = closed expansion vessel

9 = synoptic panel for controlling/monitoring the device's operation

10 = heat exchanger tubes for producing hot water

11 = turbolators for cleaning the exchanger tubes

12 = thermal insulation for the combustion chamber door and walls

13 = plumbing kit complete with pump, safety valve and closed expansion vessel

14 = combustion air intake port