Oven builders take part in qualification campaign of the German Pelletinstitutes / alternative heating concepts on the rise the Kago thermal systems GmbH is now pellet specialist. The company pellets and biomass of the German Pelletinstitut (DEPI) as a specialist company “won. This award underlines once more that we are a competent partner for the installation of pellet heaters and biomass plants”, says Jurgen Rauch, Managing Director sales at the Kago thermal systems GmbH. Kago deals with the subject of heating with wood for nearly 40 years and is regarded as Germany’s most famous oven builders. Since the takeover by the German pellets group the company has stepped up its involvement in the field of renewable energies and Pellet stoves as well as Pelletzentralheizungen in the portfolio today. The future belongs to alternative heating concepts”, Jurgen Rauch says. This spring, and currently hundreds of German gas supplier price increases once again underline this the sharp rise in oil prices. Wood pellets are currently 45 percent cheaper than fuel oil and about 30 percent cheaper than natural gas.
In addition, the small compacts are environmentally and climate-friendly and the raw material grows constantly. Heating with pellets is still a relatively young phenomenon in Germany when compared to other heat sources. That the consumer finds a competent contact person is all the more important”, Jurgen Rauch says. Better service and an even better advice on the topic of pellets, which was the reason for Kago, to participate in the qualification campaign of the German Pelletinstitutes and the umbrella organization heating, plumbing, air conditioning (ZVHSK). The participation of a specialist training is required to the seal as a specialist for pellets and biomass in addition to using a minimum number of built-in Pelletfeuerungen, as well as a completed technical training program”to lead. Germany-wide there are now just over 1,000 Pelletfachbetriebe, about 160,000 Pelletzentralheizungen and a not exactly numbered number of Pellet stoves. The latter enjoy growing popularity. This is a most The comfort offers a pellet stove as opposed to a traditional wood fireplace.
For those who opt for a pellet stove, enjoy the coziness of a classic fire without chopping wood and dirt in the living room. Instead of wood logs, wood pellets from an integrated storage tank promoted here automatically into the combustion chamber. A window allows a glimpse of the flames. In addition: modern Pellet stoves use wood fuel much more effectively than is the case with firewood. This reduces the cost of the fuel. Pellet stoves should also therefore play a much larger role in the future, because they observe also the future limit sharper fine dust values”, Jurgen Rauch says. So millions of fireplace and stove owners must replace their old ovens in the next few years or technical retrofit because they no longer meet the emission limit values of the Federal immission protection Regulation (short BImSchV). Kago thermal systems GmbH KAGO offers competence in the area for almost 40 years Heat. The Bavarian company is Germany’s most famous oven builders and has since its inception in 1972 influenced the German oven market and designed. In the summer of 2010, the German pellets group, Europe’s biggest pellet producer, the company from the Upper Palatinate has taken over.