Heating with wood is sustainable - provided it is done correctly.
In this video series, we therefore explain what to consider when heating with wood and how to operate a stove efficiently and with low emissions!
What is there to the current dispute about particulate matter?
Wood is a regenerative raw material, regionally available and burns CO2-neutrally.
So it’s actually the perfect source of energy!
If it weren’t for the issue of particulate matter…
Because it’s true that some wood-burning stoves produce large quantities of particulate matter, but that doesn’t have to be!
A considerable proportion of fine dust emissions are caused by improper operation and can therefore be avoided!
We have therefore created the following video series…
Video series "Correct operation of a wood-burning stove"
Here you will find short video tutorials that clearly explain how to light a stove correctly, what is important during the heating phase, the causes of common problems and how to maintain a stove.
In fact, a significant proportion of particulate emissions can be avoided if a stove is operated correctly. This is also confirmed by this series of tests conducted by the Technology and Support Center in Straubing: https://www.tfz.bayern.de/holzenergie.
But now: Have fun with our video series!
Video "How do I properly stoke a fire in my stove?"
Video "How do I store my firewood?"
Video "How do I maintain my stove properly?"
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