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Friday, August 12, 2016
We just received two truck loads of thermal storage tanks! Have you been thinking of adding one to your existing wood boiler? Now is the time to buy. Visit our online store at: https://store.tarmusa.com/collections/thermal-storage-tanks and enter promotion code augtanksale at checkout for 10% off*. We will get back to you with freight cost or you can schedule a pick-up at our Orford, NH warehouse. This offer is good until August 21, 2016.
*Offer is good for in-stock 220, 300, and 400 gallon tanks. Excludes the Froling Energy Tank. Customers must not be in Tarm Biomass Dealer territory. Please call for more details 800-782-9927.
Monday, July 11, 2016
Boiler: Fröling FHG 20/30 (100,000Btu/hr) wood boiler. Gas back-up boiler.
Thermal Storage: Custom built 600 gallon open atsmosperic tank with heat exchangers.
Domestic Hot Water: Solar Thermal with 120 gallon Indirect Water Heater.
Sold and Installed By: Sun Energy 1599 270th Avenue, Mora, MN 55051 www.sunenergyusa.com
Customer has completed his third heating season and is thrilled with his system. He is estimating a yearly savings of over $1,500.00. His yearly fuel consumption is 6-7 full cords of wood. The installation is located in a urban area which shows that a wood boiler does not have to be installed in the country.
Customer’s wood pile.
Boiler: Fröling FHG 20/30 (100,000Btu/hr) wood boiler.
Thermal Storage: Two 300 gallon ASME steel tanks.
Domestic Hot Water: Turbomax 23
Sold By: Sunwood Biomass 124 Fiddlers Green, Waitsfield, VT 05673 www.sunwoodbiomsdd.com
Installed By: Jackman’s Inc. 32 Pine Street, Bristol, VT 05443 www.jackmansinc.com
The system is installed in an 1,700 sq. ft. home with radiant floor heat on the main floor and traditional baseboard on the second floor. The customer replaced the old oil boiler with the wood system and a new efficient gas boiler for back-up. The two tanks were insulated by constructing an insulated box around the tanks. This is very easy to do and can be done by the homeowner. This installation has R-42 in the walls and R-48 in the ceiling. One thing to remember, the tank sensors must be insulated to the tank. This enables them to read tank temperature and not the air temperature around the tanks.
The customer is amazed at how easy the boiler is to use and start. They maintain over 30 wooded acres, so plenty of wood fuel to sustain them into the future.
Two 300 gallon tanks shown before the insulation was installed. Tarm Biomass can also supply all the neccessary fittings for the tank’s manifolds. They are piped in parallel (reverse return), so water flows evenly between both tanks. The two 300 gallon tanks act as one single 600 gallon tank.
Tanks with completed insulation.
Monday, June 6, 2016
Tarm Biomass is very pleased to announce that Scott Gates has joined our staff. Scott brings with him 2 decades of experience in plumbing and heating. Scott combines the talents of central heating and attention to detail under the umbrella of a sound understanding of wood combustion. Given Scott's skill set, Tarm Biomass adds new capabilities to our heavily experienced staff. We are excited to offer installation and expert service for HS-Tarm and Fröling wood and wood pellet central heating systems in the Upper Valley and surrounding towns.
Thursday, May 5, 2016
Tarm Biomass® will be at the Northeast Forest Products Equipment Expo this week in Essex Junction, Vermont (May 6-May 7). We will have our 40 foot display trailer and staff on hand to answer any of your wood, wood pellet, or wood chip boiler questions.
Thursday, April 7, 2016
We've been trying to tell this story for years, but this bar graph tells it better than anything I've seen before. It ain't got that swing if it ain't Eco-Bling, unfortunately. How do we sex up a pellet boiler that is hidden in a basement?
Friday, February 5, 2016
Tarm Biomass is proud to be a major sponsor of the US Nordic Team. Scott Nichols, our president, was happy to make the drive to Fox River Grove, IL to show his support for the sport and for his son Evan who was jumping in the Norge K70 competition. There was a huge crowd to watch “jumpers”and we thank all those that stopped by our tent.