Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Effecta Lambda 35 Boiler - Discontinued*

Effecta Lambda Wood Gasification Boiler

*PRODUCT DISCONTINUED - This page is for informational purposes only.

 

Effecta has always strived for constructing and producing solutions that have the highest efficiency, by themselves or connected to any other product.

 

 

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*PRODUCT DISCONTINUED - This page is for informational purposes only.

 

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The advantages with our products are that the different parts are designed especially with the whole system in mind. And as one of few producers that can supply whole range of bio energy products, you as a customer know that you do not have to look elsewhere.
The products are high-end with top rated efficiency and quality. There are no problems combining e.g. solar heating with the use of wood logs.
There are lots of good products on the market around Europe, however there are few, if any, with the ride range of products that Effecta displays.

What makes it simpler with an Effecta boiler is that the accumulators are available from the same source, they are designed to fully integrate.

The Lambda boilers are EN303-5 approved and over 90% efficient when run as recommended.
With large fireboxes they’re able to run at full load for extended periods further improving fuel usage.
With the Lambda control the fire is continuously monitored and air flow is constantly adjusted to ensure the cleanest and most efficient burn. All of which means that it is easier for you because the boiler produces the same results every firing and you can know exactly what to expect.
There is also the option to fit a pellet burner allowing you to have a day off when you feel like it! If you want to reduce the number of firings during the summer, why not use a solar thermal system in conjunction with the accumulators.


Did you know in many parts of Europe it is illegal to sell a wood fired boiler that idles?  (no call for heat)

Europe has been building high tech gasification boilers for many years before we here in North America became concerned with things like efficiency and particulate output.
In Sweden where the Effecta is built, all wood boilers are set up with water storage sized to meet the needs of the space being heated.
 

How does it work?
Anyone who has been using logs to burn, knows that it might be a bit tricky to get the combustion and efficiency to the highest level.
The logs should not be to moist and be homogenous. Effecta Lambda simplifies your wood firing substantially, because the boiler itself knows how the combustion is running with the assistance of a lambda sensor in the flue gas channel.
The air inlet dampers on the front of the boiler are optimized with motors to give you the best combustion and highest efficiency possible.

When the boiler is fired, it is taken to maximum efficiency levels as fast as possible and held there as long as possible by a built in control system the monitors the combustion and rate of burn and emissions. The computer makes the adjustments to maintain maximum burn efficiency.
The BTUs generated are stored in the insulated tanks and drawn out as needed to heat the space required.
When the storage tank is no longer able to maintain that temperature, it is time to re-fire the boiler. This is based on the heat load, so certain times of year you may fire the boiler once a month, or every other day.



 

Specifications Lambda 35
Dimensions Inches (Depth incl. smoke outlet) 25 5/8"W x 44 1/2"D x 48 8/10"H
Dimensions MM (Depth incl. smoke outlet) 600W x 1260D x 1280H
BTU Input 122,000
Thermal Efficiency Up to 90%
Heating Capacity Up to 5,000 sq. ft.
Chimney Outlet 6"
Maximum Working Pressure 21 Psi
Maximum Tested Pressure 30 Psi
Electrical Rating 230V 50/60Hz
Electrical Rating W/ Converter 115V 50/60Hz
Flooring Noncombustible
Clearances
Sides Clearance 12"
Rear Clearance 18"
Front Clearance 24"
Top Clearance 18"

Effecta Lambda Wood Gasification Boiler

Discontinued.