Fröling and Effecta wood boilers are some of the most efficient and easiest to use boilers available.
Tarm Biomass imports and distributes Fröling wood boilers, wood pellet boilers, and wood chip boilers and Effecta wood boilers. We also represent several lines of accessory products including valves and controllers from LK Armatur. Tarm Biomass also stocks parts for HS-Tarm boilers that have been sold in North America since 1974.
At Tarm Biomass we are wood burners at heart, focusing on selling appliances that burn wood fuels and accessories that support those installations. The equipment lines we sell provide our customers with energy independence, enhance rural economic strength by keeping fuel dollars local, and encourage forest stewardship by providing uses for low grade timber.
We know that what we do is only sustainable if our products burn cleanly and operate efficiently, cost little to operate, and exceed our customer’s expectations. Tarm Biomass encourages a professional installation by trained dealers because we know that quality starts with the equipment and ends with the experience. We look forward to serving you. Like you, we are feeling good about wood.
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Outdoor Wood Boilers or Wood Furnaces vs. Indoor Wood Boilers
Tarm Biomass sells indoor wood boilers. Indoor wood boilers can be located in detached buildings outside of the primary heated space, but they are not weatherized like outdoor wood boilers or outdoor wood furnaces. Indoor wood boilers generally provide better heating performance, as heat losses from the appliance and pipes go to the home rather than outdoors. Customers who have switched from using outdoor wood boilers to indoor wood boilers have reported reducing wood consumption by half or more. Due to problems with smoke from outdoor wood boilers and outdoor wood furnaces, they are banned in many areas where indoor wood boilers remain legal. Some New York and Massachusetts pay cash bounties when outdoor wood boilers are replaced by indoor wood boilers. For more information about these programs, click here.