"Low (Micro)particle Loads from modern Pellets Heating Devices"
, in Swedish Bioenergy Association: Pellets 2006, Swedish Bioenergy Association, Torsgatan 12, 111 23 Stockholm Sweden, Seite(n) 241-242, 6-2006
Low (Micro)particle Loads from modern Pellets Heating Devices
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With reference to the recent discussion on the environmental problem of micro particle emissions even wood heating devices have got talked about to be a relevant source of this problem. The discussion running is based on the necessity of fulfilling the EC-directive 1999/30 by the member states determining more restrictive immission limits for so called PM10-emissions (=particulate matters smaller than 10 μm) since the 1st of January 2005. A scientific study elaborated at the Johannes Kepler University of Linz makes clear that exclusively ancient wood fired heating devices produce particulate emissions up to a higher extent. In contrast to this modern wood heating installations are running on a low level of particle releases.