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F&H Panton

Set up in 1949, F&H Panton are the largest independent poultry farming group in the UK housing around 1.5 million birds at three sites in Lincolnshire. When the Panton brothers decided to update their old oil and gas boilers with Biomass Silo Systems, we were contracted to provide fifteen wood pellet silos comprising over 160 [...]

October 12th, 2016|Case Studies|

Arramara Teo

Arramara Teo  is Ireland's largest processer of seaweed and has been in operation since 1947. The seaweed  is harvested to produce soil fertilizer, animal feed and alginate used in the food processing industry. Located in the native Irish speaking Gaeltacht area on the west coast of Ireland they had previously been using large amounts of [...]

October 12th, 2016|Case Studies|

Devonshire Pine

Devonshire Pine are a large furniture manufacturing company in South West of England employing over 140 people and operating from a 240,000sq ft premises. Wood fuel systems were contracted to design, manufacture and install a silo and boiler feed system to heat their factory and drying rooms. The material to be stored in the silo [...]

October 12th, 2016|Case Studies|

St. Johns, Newfoundland, Canada

St. Johns is the capital city of Newfoundland and the closest North American city to Europe. In September 2013 a new government funded seed propagation facility was established in St. Johns, Newfoundland in order to trial new disease and pest resistant strains of the vegetable which could cope with the harsh Canadian climate. A sustainable [...]

October 12th, 2016|Case Studies|


AE Oscroft & Sons are a family run manufacturing company based in Redditch, Worcestershire supplying steel pressings for the automotive industry. Operating from a 54,000 square foot premises, Oscroft's had two 200kw wood pellet boilers installed for around two years before contacting us with regards to solving problems they had been experiencing with the pellet [...]

October 12th, 2016|Case Studies|

Serres Du Bourgailh

Serres Du Bourgailh is a 1,300 m² tropical greenhouse located in Bourgailh Ecopark, a popular nature reserve and tourist attraction in the Southwest of France. The greenhouse includes almost 1,300 different species of rare tropical and sub-tropical plants including carnivorous plants, passion flowers and cacti. Growing these tropical plants requires a large amount of heat [...]

September 27th, 2016|Case Studies|

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