The MCS system must be connected to an external silo via an auger conveyor. The boiler and burner are identical to type M, but the fuel storage is replaced by a stoker (automatic feeder unit) with a cell lock to which the auger conveyor from the external silo delivers the fuel.
In addition to the fuels for which it has technical approval, the MCS system is also designed for burning light fuels such as wood chips, sawdust and wood shavings and it can be combined with one of TwinHeat’s fully automatic silo systems.
The system is tested and has been granted technical approval by the Danish Technological Institute in accordance with DS/EN303-5 for the following fuel types: wood pellets, grains and wood chips.
When burning homogeneous (uniform) fuels such as wood pellets and grains, users often have traditional feed silos erected indoors/
outdoors or in a basement. More often than not, fuel is delivered by tanker and injected into the silo. The fuel is transported to the burner via a rigid or flexible auger. When burning non-uniform fuels such as wood chips and wood chips, TwinHeat can provide auger conveyors, self-emptying silos and scraper systems for greater capacity.
A TwinHeat MCS system is delivered complete and ready for installation. The system consists of three main component parts: Boiler unit, water-cooled burner tube and stoker unit. As standard, all MCS systems are fitted with: cell lock, sprinkler system to prevent back-burn, user-friendly oxygen control, draught regulator for manual firing, flue temperature regulator in boiler (bypass), cleaning brush and poker.
Extra Accessories for Installation:
- Shunt valve
- Draught stabilizer
- Damper and connection set for auger feeder
See Brochure Section for additional information.