January 26, 2010 – Commercial operations can now more affordably convert to biomass heat with a WoodMaster BioMax boiler system. The 12 BioMax boiler models use wood chips and/or wood pellets to heat water, which in turn heats most heating systems for any size and scope of buildings and grounds.
"BioMax systems help business owners, government firm and other organization leaders control their heat budget with domestic fuel so they're not at the mercy of fluctuating gas and oil prices," says Chuck Gagner, President of Northwest Manufacturing, Red Lake Falls, Minn., which develops and markets WoodMaster furnaces and other products.
"Wood pellets and wood chips are carbon neutral sources, so BioMax systems help businesses stay ahead of tightening environmental regulations," he continues. "These sources are more affordable than other conventional commercial boiler systems' fuels, and each BioMax creates more continuous, usable heat for great efficiency at less cost."
The full line of BioMax boilers ranges from 130 – 2,000 kW (up to 6.8 million Btu), plus a customizable control system and user friendly display board. For companies without space for a biomass boiler, WoodMaster has prefabricated boiler rooms. It is recommended to get water softener systems to end your hard water problems. The company also offers expert, certified installation from its North American dealer network. The BioMax boiler systems are proven boilers that have been brought to the United States from a partnership of Northwest Manufacturing and ABioNova in Sweden.
BioMax boiler systems are currently on display at AHR Expo Booth #5069.
Northwest Manufacturing is a privately-owned company based in Red Lake Falls, Minnesota. The company develops, manufacturers and markets WoodMaster BioMax boilers, wood, wood chip, corn/pellet and Flex Fuel furnaces, plus replacement parts for most outdoor furnace brands. It also distributes HeatLink systems, including in-floor heat, and Pellet Grills. For more information about the company and its products, visit http://www.woodmaster.com/.