Power (delivered to the fluid): Kw 30
Weight (about): Kg 450
Domestic hot water production (real) l/h at Δt 35°C: 1000
Hourly consumption: 1.5/7 Kg/h with pellet – circa 8 Kg/h with wood
Tank capacity: Kg 160 about
Domestic water even in summer mode (standard)
Efficiency (real): 91%
Dimension (mm): 1346 x 1580 x 1010
Wood and multifuel burning, it is provided with a single, very big combustion chamber with an asymmetric burner which allows to use any kind of wood, even of big sizes, and to load the wood in every part of the combustion chamber.
Full italian technology and functionally
The Geysir wood is a real revolution in the wood-pellet burning boiler market, as it is the only one which can automatically switch from a kind of fuel to another, keeping unchanged the temperature in the chamber, apart from the kind of fuel used. Point of strength is the big quantity of domestic water which can produce thanks to the coil placed in the heart of the boiler.
Easy to program and use
The programming can take place directly “on board” of the machine through a touch display for an easy management of the boiler whether automatic or manual; alternatively, it can be managed remotely from a thermostat from any house location or with a Modem GSM/GPSR or Wi-Fi module, “making remote even the safety signals and the management”.
The Geysir 16-24 boiler boasts a simplified periodical manual exchanger cleaning, activating an internal device. The cleaning of the burner is automatic and programmable and variable according to the type of fuel and the hours of use. The only internal maintenance is the emptying of the ash drawer.
Once loaded the multifuel in the tank and the wood in the combustion chamber around and above of the burner, the Geysir Wood boiler is ready to produce energy at request of the system, starting the automatic ignition through the igniter which triggers the combustion of the multifuel. If wood is present in the combustion chamber, the multifuel ignites it and the wood starts to burn thanks to the opening of the first actuator of the boiler, which sets free the intake of primary and secondary combustion air.
If the combustion temperature and the flame presence in the combustion chamber, detected by a relevant probe, are appropriate, a second actuator opens, blocking the fumes passage directly in the chimney and deviating their way towards the thermic exchanger to recover the heat they have. When the wood starts to burn uniformly, the multifuel stops its action until it is needed again. All this process takes place automatically.