Dragon Biomass use the best quality products for their installations. They are all supplied by UK companies and are guaranteed with parts and back up service available if required. Each of these products has been tried and tested in a Dragon installation and therefore we are happy to recommend them.
Dragon Biomass also carefully select partners to work alongside who can supply goods and services that benefit and improve the manufacture and installation of the boiler. These products include;
www.mlhservices.co.uk who provide our control panels.
All our boilers are thermostatically controlled with sensors in the flue, water and accumulator tank. We use invertors in the control panel so that a single phase is required into the panel but it can then control a three phase fan and a three phase main pump.
We are happy to build you an appropriately sized accumulator for your installation.
Biomass batch boilers normally require a size of around 50 litres per kilowatt for a typical install. Therefore, a Dragon D240, rated at 240 kW will require a 10,000 litre tank.
We can also supply you with reconditioned accumulator tanks or use your own tank. We can tell you where to put the tappings for the tank so that you can have the tank in position, ready and waiting for your boiler and installer to turn up.
All our flues are high temperature, insulated twin wall, stainless steel flues and are designed for biomass boilers.
Our latest partnership includes Boiler Mag who provide high quality filters for a low cost alternative to rust inhibitor and comes with a 10 year guarantee.
Heat meters are required for use with applications to the Renewable Heat Incentive. We generally supply Kamstrup Class 2 meters and are installed in the appropriate position on the schematic.
There are three pumps used in a typical installation. The shunt pump, main pump between the boiler and accumulator and the secondary pump between the tank and heat use. All the pumps are controlled by the control panel and there are wiring diagrams supplied if you are installing yourself.
There are many different types of pre-insulated pipe on the market. We generally use one that does not require special tools or fittings. Therefore, if there is ever a problem in the future, you are able to deal with it locally or yourself rather than waiting for specialist equipment.