Webiomass announces Canadian distributor

Webiomass Inc.
May 07, 2012
Written by Webiomass Inc.
May 7, 2012, Rutland, VT - Webiomass Inc. has reached a tentative agreement with BeloTeq of Quebec for distribution of the Webiomass “Woodpecker” and “Thermon” pellet boiler lines.

BeloTeq, a respected provider of industrial and commercial biomass systems, selected Webiomass products to fill their need for cost effective, high efficiency, commercial and residential pellet boiler systems.

The agreement, expected to be completed by June 1, allows BeloTeq distribution in the Quebec and Northwest Territories regions of Canada.

“Webiomass is pleased to have as partners a firm of BeloTeq’s reputation for quality systems integration in the biomass field. We look forward to quality marketing of our products in their areas..” states George Robbins, President, Webiomass Inc.

Webiomass wood pellet boiler systems include the “Woodpecker” residential/ light commercial line and the “Thermon” commercial pellet boiler line. Both lines offer full automation, self-cleaning, high efficiency, and low maintenance systems capable of reducing energy costs 35-70% over oil and LP gas systems.

Webiomass Inc. products are Made in the USA at their Rutland Vermont facility utilizing the finest US and sourced components available, with efficiencies (EN14785) of up to 94%.

Webiomass projects Canadian exports will make up 35% of its production.

Webiomass Inc. is the only wood pellet boiler manufacturer in the United States with residential and commercial high efficiency wood pellet boiler systems, distributed via dealer networks throughout North America. All boilers are produced under an exclusive license acquired from Woodpecker Energy UK in June 2011. Current UK projects include numerous installations at the Olympic sailing village in Portland England.

Webiomass boilers are currently used at Cornell University and SUNY Canton in New York, for wood, grass, and alternative pellet fuels research. A Thermon commercial boiler was selected for installation at the award winning Galtere Renewable Energy Center in Preston, Minnesota, USA.

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