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Thursday, 17 November 2011

G.E.T. & The new Grant Spira condensing wood pellet boiler

Green Energy Technology are proud to introduce the new Irish made Grant Spira wood pellet boiler

Green Energy Technology are accredited by the Grant Installer Academy, a mandatory requirement for installing any Grant Spira wood pellet boiler. Green Energy Technology are also accredited under the UK government MCS scheme.

As well as winning the best renewable energy product at the 2011 energy show - the boiler is up to 97% efficient and is one of the first condensing boilers in its class. Grant has taken their know-how from condensing oil boilers, and developed it using wood pellet technology throughout 7 years of trials.

Green Energy Technology has installed a number of these systems, and reference sites are available to view. Contact us at 

The system has been designed to be as close to an oil system as possible, in terms of owner involvement, heat up times and automation - without the cost of buying oil! The system output range from 6kW to 36kW and unlike their competitors, it does not require a buffer tank - removing an extra cost and freeing up space.

All boilers come with an integrated 110kg hopper and a 3.5 tonne pellet bin is an optional extra.


Over 97% Efficient
Model Options:

The new highly efficient Grant Spira Condensing Wood Pellet Boilers utilizes Grant’s award winning patented stainless steel tabulator baffle system, which is featured in Vortex Condensing oil-fired boilers.

The units are available in outputs of 6-26kW with an efficiency of 97.4% gross, and 9-36kW with an efficiency of 93.1% gross.

They come complete with a 110kg pellet store/hopper, which automatically supplies the Spira with fuel.
Grant Spira Wood Pellet Boilers must only be fitted and commissioned by a heating installer who has been fully trained and approved by Grant Engineering. Failure to comply with this may result in the product warranty becoming invalid.

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