The KRM 70 floor boiler of the Kiturami company can cover spaces up to 350 m². It can run on oil or wood, and through combustion it heats water, which is transported through pipes to heat radiators.
When operating with oil, there should be a separate tank, from which the fuel will be pumped. Alternatively, you can simply use wood which is a classic source of energy and is a reliable fuel. For every liter of heating oil that is replaced by wood, 3 kg of carbon dioxide (CO2) are saved which would otherwise be released into the atmosphere.
It includes a burner, which is also responsible for the process of burning the fuel (used only when the fuel is oil).
Kiturami is made of steel and compared to a cast iron one, it shows greater resistance to sudden temperature changes while it is also significantly lighter. At the same time, it has a fairly high degree of efficiency, while its lifespan can reach up to 30 years.
- Nominal Thermal Power: 70000kcal/h
- Placement: Floor
- Material: Steel