Wood Pellet Boilers
Q: What is the difference between a Pellet Furnace and Boiler?
A: A pellet furnace relies on a home’s ductwork to distribute the heated air via a distribution fan. A pellet boiler is a hydronic system that heats water that is distributed throughout the home via in-floor heating systems, wall radiators, etc. A pellet boiler can also be integrated into an existing force-air furnace system through the use of a water-to-air heat exchanger placed inside the plenum/duct. Pellet fueled boilers can also assist supplying your domestic hot water needs. Consult your Sandri expert on proper application and installation.
No Bags. No Pallets. No Lifting.
PELLEMATIC wood pellet boilers offered by Sandri provide the same heat and convenience as an oil boiler.
The system is automatically fed from a storage bin in your basement or outside your home. No manual feeding or lifting is required.
The OkoFEN storage system is filled by a delivery from one of our Sandri wood pellet trucks, similiar to our oil deliveries
Ash is compressed into a cartridge which is easily accessible. The cartridge typically needs to be emptied 3 to 4 times per year.
Sandri offers bulk wood pellet delivery to your home or business. Contact Sandri for pricing or more information or call 800-628-1900.