The Bio-Sol boiler's design makes it suitable for use with
many of the most commonly used pellet burners on the market. As the
boiler is integrated in an accumulator tank with limited space,
certain requirements are places on the burner so that it can fit in
the boiler. The burner pipe diameter cannot be too wide (maximum
160 mm) and the burner should have a forward directed flame. It
should also be possible to mount the burner in the Bio-Solar
In order to facilitate assembly, we have produced mounting kits
for the majority of burners that are suitable for the Bio-Sol
boiler. Note that we do not sell burners directly and you should
contact the respective manufacturer regarding questions about
There are various different burner designs on the market and they
have slightly different operating principles. In general, there are
three different types: Those that are fed from above, from the
front and from below.
Top Feeding Burners
Measuring and feeding takes place through a feeding screw that
connects the pellet depository and the burner.
Front Feeding Burners
Measuring takes place via an internal dosage screw. This, in turn,
is supplied from the pellet depository via an external feeding
The Bio-Sol boiler has adaptation kits for the above mentioned top
and front loading burners, as well as oil burners.
However, please note that the Ivabo, VikingB16, TB-Mini and
Janfire burners need to be fitted with a flame targeter that
directs the flame forward. (Available as an accessory from the
respective burner manufacturer)
Bottom Feeding Burners
The fuel is measured by an internal screw that pushes the fuel
into the burner from below. Feeding into the burner takes place via
an external screw between the burner and depository.
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Burners that are directed upwards are not compatible with the