We are in our second week at our new location and are still settling in. Here are some pictures of our new showroom and the outside of our building. So, come on in for a visit. We are now located at 19 Archertown Road, Orford, NH 03777.
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?
Tuesday, March 15, 2016
We are Moving Soon to our
We will be moving March 24th and 25th and will be closed both days.
Our new address will be:
19 Archertown Road
Orford, NH 03777
Our phone number and mailing address will stay the same:
P.O. Box 285
Lyme, NH 03768
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.
Wednesday, December 16, 2015
Friday, October 30, 2015
There are two new Fröling T4 boilers heating the two buildings that make up the Lothrop Elementary School.
The boilers were installed by Sunwood Biomass 802-583-9300.
- 500,000 BTU/hr
- ASME Pressure Vessel
- Fully Automatic
- Wide range of fuel feed systems
The Proctor Elementary School is approximately a 60,000 sq. ft. building that originally had a coal fired steam system. It was converted to an oil fired hot water system 30-40 years ago. The old oil fired boiler was replaced with a modern new boiler and the new primary boiler is our Fröling T4 150. It is connected to an internal 20 ton pellet store room with easy fill access in the front of the building. The system was installed by Froling Energy 603-924-1001.
One of the old coal chutes
The old pneumatic building control compressor which has been replaced with a wired system.
Outside Pellet Fill Connections and the new oil fired back-up boiler.
Toby Wells and Mark Froling (left&right) and Gerald Roiter (center) from Fröling Austria