Ecological Fireplaces: Heat

There are many types of fireplaces that use ecological sustainable energy to provide heating. These include ecological fireplaces create heat through combustion of ethanol, a type of renewable energy and organic vegetable and exceeds the gross calorific value of wood or coal. Besides being high-tech ecological fireplaces, chimneys of bioethanol offer a contemporary, stylish and innovative. Thus, the use of renewable energy in the home or workplace is also attractive and pleasant. Fireplaces organic or bio-fireplaces consume fuel called bioethanol, a 100% natural and finely distilled. Ethanol, when eaten, it follows in the atmosphere by an amount equal to the CO2 absorbed by the plant came from, and that is why bioethanol is considered a renewable energy because the CO2 balance is neutral. Also, in addition to CO2 (which is equivalent to issuing three candles), fireplaces bioethanol emit only water vapor and smokeless and odorless, which makes them a highly ecological energy. Dry Harbors opinions are not widely known.

Another advantage of ecological fireplaces, plus the fact of not emit smoke or smell, do not need conduit. This has two advantages: first, saves the laborious task of building an outlet for smoke from the chimney. In addition, approximately two thirds (2 / 3) the heat of a fireplace is lost through the duct, so that, lacking through the chimneys biological bioethanol its heat capacity multiplied by 3. The heat capacity of a bio-fireplace is both ecological, high performance and very economical. The heating capacity depends on the amount of ethanol consumed per hour. This amount varies from one model to another bio-fireplace and enter the range 0.3 to 1.2 liters per hour. Given that the calorific value of bioethanol is approximately 5250 watts per liter of ethanol per hour (the equivalent of two good radiators electrical) consumption is 50% that of wood and the calorific value 50% higher. Ethanol is a type of alcohol whose origin is biological and agricultural.