Hydro pellet stoves

Hydro pellet stoves are the best alternative to heat your home simultaneously being practical and reducing costs; innovative technologies, fast and durable heating systems, allow you to connect the pellet stove to the existing system or made from scratch. The stoves that you will find in our online catalogue can be set and regulated directly from the digital control panel, according to the needs of the home and the environmental conditions; the technicians qualified to install this type of stove, have at their disposal innovative technologies that are enhanced by the use of the stove itself. In recent years, the competent authorities have made manufacturers aware of the need to comply with innovative technological systems that respect the environment, reducing harmful emissions and the consumption of fuel; the companies we deal with, keep in line with current regulatory parameters and offer high-quality products.

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  1. Ilaria Punto Fuoco Pellet stove Hydro 17,5 kw

    Ilaria Punto Fuoco Pellet stove Hydro 17,5 kw

    for 250/350 mc rooms - remote control included - radiator heating - 4 stars
    As low as £1,931.51 Regular Price £1,974.43
  2. Punto Fuoco Luisa Pellet Stove Hydro 13 kw

    Punto Fuoco Luisa Pellet Stove Hydro 13 kw

    for 180/330 mc rooms - including remote control - Hydro - 4 stars
    As low as £2,059.41 Regular Price £2,489.50
  3. Punto Fuoco Hydro Pellet Stove 20 KW

    Punto Fuoco Hydro Pellet Stove 20 KW

    domestic hot water production - heats up to 400 mc - remote control included - 4 stars
    As low as £2,875.71 Regular Price £3,312.66
  4. Punto Fuoco Hydro Pellet Stove 24 KW

    Punto Fuoco Hydro Pellet Stove 24 KW

    domestic hot water production - heats up to 520 mc - including remote control - 4 stars
    As low as £2,856.05 Regular Price £3,003.71
  5. Vulcania Idromillennium sheet metal Pellet hydro stove

    Vulcania Idromillennium sheet metal Pellet hydro stove

    connection to radiators - heats up to 235 mc - 4 star Environmental Certification
    As low as £1,947.82 Regular Price £2,165.43
  6. Vulcania Baby Caldaonda sheet metal 17,4 kW Pellet heating stove

    Vulcania Baby Caldaonda sheet metal 17,4 kW Pellet heating stove

    connection to radiators - heats up to 385 cubic meters - 4-star environmental certification - chronothermostat and remote control included
    As low as £2,266.21 Regular Price £2,504.00
  7. Vulcania Caldaonda 27.4 kW Pellet thermo stove

    Vulcania Caldaonda 27.4 kW Pellet thermo stove

    Connection to radiators - burned power 25.5 kW - up to 630 m3. heatable - 30 kg tank - 4 Stars
    As low as £2,872.28
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Written on 16/06/24 by Erika C.

Hydro pellet stove: operation and use 

The hydro pellet stove is a heat generator almost identical to a traditional pellet stove, but unlike the latter, it has substantial differences in operation. From the aesthetic point of view, it is a stove, but on a technical level, it would be more accurate to link it to a boiler, because, it is also able to supply domestic hot water. There are countless models on the market. The hydro pellet stove allows considerable long-term savings and the reasons are apparent like hot water, warmth throughout the house and significant savings

Pellet stoves for radiators

Pellet stoves for radiators are the ideal solution for those who want to get the most out of a stove by exploiting the power of a single device for several purposes. This type of stove, also known as a heating stove, is, in fact, able to act as a boiler, heating the domestic water in a short time. Just from this concept alone, you can see how convenient it is also in economic terms since pellets are a biomass fuel and as such have very low prices. The use of a pellet stove as a radiator is straightforward, and smart since in most cases, it offers the possibility of programming allowing you to enjoy a constant warmth without the slightest effort. 

Thermo-stove operation 

The pellet heating stove has an average power of between 13 and 35 kW and is used both for classic domestic heating and for the production of hot water. But how can this happen? The heating stove equipped with a heat exchanger that has the function to heat the water through the combustion fumes generated by the pellet. This way is also able to feed the entire radiator system. When the water reaches the temperature you previously set, it is introduced into the thermo-hydraulic system and then distributed in the radiators

Connecting pellet stoves to radiators

Given the advantages that they can offer, these stoves are very popular, but so are the questions about its connection. In reality, the whole thing is straightforward and reduced in a few steps, and a good installer will not have any difficulties. It is only necessary to connect the stove to the domestic heating system: in this way the stove will be able to heat the water by directing it to the radiators as if it were a real boiler. Naturally, as with all types of stoves, we would like to remind you that this multi-purpose version must also be connected to a chimney extended to the roof.

What are the advantages of a Hydro stove?

Since the purchase of a heating stove involves an initial investment, doubts and questions may arise regarding its acquisition, but it is good to be aware of the advantages that such heat generator can bring. Among its benefits we find:

  • absence of toxic gases released into the atmosphere
  • economical and non-polluting fuel such as pellets
  • the pellet refill lasts up to 2 days
  • double functionality of domestic heating and sanitary water
  • programmable on and off system for economic and energy savings
  • possibility of integration with solar panels

This information alone could be enough to understand how useful and functional a hydro stove is, but we want to go further, and that is why in the next paragraph we will talk about the fuel -- Pellets.

Pellets as fuel 

It is known by hearsay that pellets are one of the most environmentally friendly fuels in the market because they have virtually no environmental impact. But what does this mean in practice? The pellets are obtained by compacting the chopped wood until it reaches a classic cylindrical shape that we find in the market, between 6 and 8 mm. The most surprising part is that the production cycle does not require the use of adhesives and chemical additives. The only raw material is wood, which, as we know, is a 100% natural element. In this way, you will use a renewable resource that will not affect the energy balance of our planet. Fortunately, wood is a resource that is not scarce in our country; in fact, it produces more than its needs

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