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Biomass Hydronic Heating Systems
Our name as defined in WikipediA “The Free Encyclopedia”.

Biomass in energy production, biomass refers to living and recently living
biological material, which can be used as fuel or for heating. Most commonly
biomass refers to plant matter grown for use as bio-fuel, but also includes plant
or animal matter used for production of fibers, chemicals or heat. 
Biomass also includes animal waste, which may be burnt as fuel ”.

Hydronics is the name for the use of water as the heat-transfer medium in
heating and cooling systems. One of the oldest and most often seen instances
are steam or hot water radiators. In large-scale commercial buildings such as
high-rise and campus facilities, operations may include both chilled and heated
water loops to provide for comfort air conditioning needs.

A Heating System is a mechanism for maintaining temperatures at an acceptable level within a home, office, or other dwelling. Often part of an HVAC system. A heating system may be centralized or distributed.

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This method for heating is often referred to as a Boiler or Hotwater Furnace.
However, our systems operates at atmospheric pressure with 180 Degree F water;
therefore, it does not require licensing nor a "licensed operator".
We advocate utilizing WASTE or Renewable Materials for firing the Biohydronic System.
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In the system above we are burning Chicken Litter for the fuel!