Differences between thermo stoves and pellet stoves
The stoves produced by MEB feature high efficiency and low emissions of 10 pm in the environment and can integrate or completely replace the traditional heating system. They work by radiation and convection and are not connected to the thermo-hydraulic system. Some models feature a hot air ducting system to heat multiple rooms. All products have a steel door and high-thickness firebox with large panoramic glass resistant to 750 ° and a “self-cleaning” glass cleaning system.
Thermo stoves, like pellet boilers, are connected to the domestic plumbing and heating system. They heat the rooms through radiators and can produce domestic hot water, as well as distribute the heat in the room where they are installed by convection and radiation. Compared to pellet stoves, thermo stoves have a heat exchanger that heats large quantities of water. Meb thermo stoves have a primary exchanger in high thickness steel and a maximum operating pressure of 2 bar (tested at 4 bar as per regulations).
Tax savings opportunities and incentives
Are you looking for a pellet stove or thermo stove to heat and furnish your home?
The Thermal Account is an incentive system that promotes the implementation of operations to increase energy efficiency and the production of thermal energy from renewable sources for small plants. The Thermal Account – introduced by the Ministerial Decree Economic Development 28 December 2012 – was renewed with the D.M. Economic Development February 16, 2016, the so-called Thermal Account 2.0, which provides, among other things, an inspection of the size of the eligible plants, an expansion of the access methods and of the subjects admitted (PAs also include in-house companies and cooperatives of inhabitants) and new energy efficiency measures.
Tax deductions up to 50%
The replacement or new installation of winter air conditioning systems equipped with heat generators powered by biomass fuels is facilitated.
MORE ON THE BENEFIT: Tax deduction from IRPEF or IRES taxes: 50% of the total costs paid.
The intervention can take be a total or partial replacement of the winter air conditioning system with a new one equipped with a biomass generator, or as an integration or new installation on existing buildings.