Greenwood pellet boilers are the latest in clean burning, high efficiency, fully automated pellet boilers. When combined with a radiant or forced-air heating system, they can reduce winter heating bills by up to 50%. Providing the ultimate in convenience, the Greenwood Denali wood pellet boiler provides the convenience of conventional fuels with the cost and environmental benefits of clean, efficient wood heat.
Each Denali Series Indoor Pellet Boiler offers:
Fully Automated. Pellets are fed into the boiler and ash is removed through automated processes.
Fuel Flexible. Burns various pelletized fuel, including wood pellets, agro-pellets, and grains.1
Easy to Use. Electronic controls optimize the burn process and improve maintenance.
Clean. Denali Series is EPA Phase 2 qualified and is eligible for for the 2010 energy tax credit.
Certified Safe. As safe to operate as a home hot water heater. Greenwood furnaces meet strict UL and CSA standards for indoor operation.
Latest Technology. The Denali Series is fully modulating boiler, reducing the need for large storage tanks and expensive installations.
1 Grains require a case-by-case review and testing to ensure proper operation.
The Denali Series includes a number of attractive features:
Proven Reliability. Adapted for use in the US and Canada. European versions of Greenwood Denali pellet boilers have been successfully used in Europe for many years and in thousands of homes and businesses.
Modulating. The Denali Series is a fully modulating pellet boiler. Electronic controls vary the heat output based on demand for heat, allowing the boiler to operate as low as 20% of rated output on a mild day.
Computer Controlled. Computer controls make the boiler easy to operate and generate very little ash. Automatic ash removal makes maintenance simple.
Fuel Flexibility. Various pellets can be used; wood pellets, agro-pellets, grass pellets and grains, making the Denali Series a fuel flexible biomass boiler.
Fuel Storage. The Denali Series comes with an onboard pellet storage bin, big enough for 2-3 days of fuel; with the installation of bulk storage, the boiler can operate for weeks before reloading.
High Efficiency. Utilizing electronic controls enables an optimized combustion process, achieving over 80% efficiency, resulting in less pellets used and lower emissions.
Hot Water Storage Tank3 . Greenwood Denali boilers provide heat-on-demand, reducing or eliminating the need for a hot water tank.
Backup Heating. Greenwood Denali boilers can be integrated with most existing heating systems, providing primary heat during the winter. Your existing system would serve as a backup.
Limited Warranty. Greenwood provides a limited warranty. Please see warranty for complete details.
Safety Certifications. OMNI-Test Laboratories, an independent agency, has certified Greenwood furnaces to meet ANSI/UL-391 (U.S.) standards for solid-fuel and combination-fuel central and supplementary furnaces and CSA B366.1 (Canada) standards for solid fuel-fired central heating appliances.
Emission Levels. The EPA Phase 2 Program requires emission standards of of 0.32 lbs/MBTU of heat output. The Greenwood Denali emissions are well below these levels.
3 There are circumstances when a storage tank is required; always check with your certified heating contractor.
|Model||Denali 100||Denali 150||Denali 300|
|Maximum Output||110,000 Btu/hr||155,000 Btu/hr||315,000 Btu/hr|
|Approx. Heating Capacity2||up to 4,500 ft2||up to 7,500 ft2||up to 15,000 ft2|
|Boiler Dimensions||22”w x 45”h x 62”d||23”w x 47”h x 65”d||27”w x 49”h x 74”d|
|Firebox Volume||3 cu ft||4 cu ft||6 cu ft|
|Height||45 in||47 in||49 in|
|Approximate Weight||748 pounds||836 pounds||1144 pounds|
|Flue Size||6 inches||6 inches||8 inches|