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Biotech PZ 25 RL wood pellet boiler




Suitable for medium to larger houses, the PZ 25 RL offers the state of the art reliability and efficiency you would expect from any modern boiler system.

Computer controlled operation together with an integrated system display and remote thermostats in every room mean operating and heating your premises is as simple as a modern gas boiler but with all the savings and environmental benefits a wood heating system offers.


6.7kW-25kW output – perfect for a medium sized 4 to 6 bedroom home
Automatic pellet ignition system – your room thermostat will activate the system
Large ash box including ash compactor – empty the ash box only a few times per year
Lambda probe with combustion air sensors – ensuring maximum efficiency and minimum pellet use, saving fuel, money and the environment
User friendly control system and LCD graphical menu display makes operation as simple as a modern gas boiler
Self cleaning heat exchanger – debris is deposited directly into the ash box
Ashtray with ash compression
Daily pellet tank with suction turbine – automatically supplying pellets from your main storage area
Flue extraction fan and secondary combustion air fan – controlled by the microprocessor
Easy to install – supplied in three sections, boiler, daily tank and outer panels

Contact us to discuss your requirements.


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