Heating is now one of the main expenses of households and businesses in Greece. In addition to traditional heating methods (oil, and electricity) there are new forms on the market such as pellets.


Pellet is an ecological fuel that does not contain chemicals and belongs to the category of renewable energy sources. The shape of the fuel is cylindrical with a diameter from 6mm to 10mm and a length from 10mm to 50mm. It is characterized by high cohesion, low humidity and high density resulting in its high heating efficiency.

By choosing to use pellet heating, you ensure:

- Ease of use

- High calorific value

- Low ash content

- Limited machine maintenance

- High availability due to the presence of small local production units in the market.

Air pellet stove

The principle of operation of the pellet air stove is based on the pellet combustion that is done automatically. The hot air produced by the burning of the pellet is channeled into the space by the blinds of the stove. The heating we have in the area is immediate. Pellet

hydro stove

The function of the water pellet stove is similar to that of the boiler since the stove is connected to the heating network and works like a boiler. The pellet burns automatically and during it the water is heated which then, with the help of the circulator, is channeled to the heating network (radiators).

Pellet stove with air duct

Pellet stoves with air ducts allow us to heat areas that may not have a radiator installation, transferring the hot air produced in one or two additional rooms. Thanks to two independent powerful fans, the heat can be carried to a room located up to 6 meters from the stove. The power of these fans can be adjusted independently, in order to achieve maximum energy savings and to effectively heat each room.

Proceedings  : Transferred packaged

Standard:  With technical specifications for maximum efficiency (density> 650kg / m3, humidity <10%, ash 1%).
It is stored without being altered.

Efficient: Stable density, low humidity, low transport and storage costs (1kg equals 5kWh).

  No tree cutting is required. Produced from discarded or recyclable wood.
Thanks to its perfect combustion (minimum percentage of moisture and lack of chemicals) it eliminates the amount of ash produced.  

Clean Combustion: Combustion without the release of hazardous gases due to the absence of chemicals during the production process.

Economical:  It is cheaper than oil and electricity. It has a more stable exchange rate.