A boiler required by a farmhouse, for a "green" choice
AN ECO-FRIENDLY COMPANY
When he addressed Uniconfort to find a solution in order to heat his neighbourhood, the owner of Caremma Farmhouse - an agricultural complex immersed in the Park of Ticino, which offers a restaurant, rooms for lodging, spa and educational tours for schools, did not only think about savings. He left the use of diesel and made a choice for “green”, respecting the philosophy of his company - which promotes welfare of environment and environmentally friendly living practices.
GREEN FUEL AT ZERO KM
Caremma Farmhouse is a “zero kilometer” farm offering biological products from its own cultivation, and meat of locally raised animals to its customers. It has made the same choice for the fuel. Because it was impossible to connect the farm to the natural gas distribution network and reject the idea of using gas oil, the holder requested Uniconfort to install a solid biomass boiler. The fuel is supplied from the nearby farm “I Leprotti” in Abbiategrasso.
AN “AD HOC” BOILER
After a careful study of the Farmhouse needs, Uniconfort designed an ad hoc boiler with a power of 174 KW.
ZERO, ZERO, ZERO
In short, the plant uses energy sources at zero kilometers, resulting in zero impact, given almost zero emission of CO2, and it has zero impact even in terms of architectonic profile: the plant, which is preassembled, is presented as a single block and is installed inside a container, with a minimum visual impact.
AND MORE SAVINGS
The costs of the fuel are halved compared to LPG or natural gas-powered plants, which allows to amortize the initial investment in 4-5 years.