Posts made in April, 2021

Preparing for Royal Windsor Show with Equine Bedding

Preparing for Royal Windsor Show with Equine Bedding

By on Apr 18, 2021 in Blog, Equine Bedding |

Investing in the finest quality of equine bedding is one of the best ways to prepare for the upcoming Royal Windsor Show. With COVID-19 restrictions set to ease further in May, the 2021 show between 1st and 4th July could welcome up to 4000 spectators a day. PH Winterton and Son are proud to be a sponsor of the Royal Windsor Show plus the Olympia horse show. For our latest blog, we will tell you more about the Royal Windsor event plus all the information you need to know about our horse bedding products. More Information about Royal Windsor Show Five-star showjumping is set to return at the illustrious event, featuring a total prize fund of £430,000 plus the finishing Rolex Grand Prix on 4th July. Organisers have said they will allow 4000 spectators on each of the four days, adhering to the Government COVID-19 guidelines set to come into play on 17th May. Show director Simon Brooks-Ward commented, “We are delighted that we have been able to reschedule Royal Windsor Horse Show in 2021 and are looking forward to the return of what has become known as one of the best international horse shows in the world,” “The show is set to be a spectacle for the whole family, with the highest calibre of the competition alongside remarkable entertainment acts.” Choose PH Winterton for Equine Bedding PH Winterton and Son offer three different types of equine bedding to suit any budget or specification. Our Cheshire Choice bedding is our premium brand, with our Economy Bale bedding is for clients working to a budget. Zebra Fibre bedding is our newest addition, which boasts excellent absorbency levels and helps to prevent abrasions. Contact Us Now with any Questions If you have any questions about horse bedding, please do not hesitate to get in touch with PH Winterton...

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What are the main components of Biomass Fuel Boilers?

What are the main components of Biomass Fuel Boilers?

By on Apr 11, 2021 in Biomass fuel, Blog |

Biomass fuel encompasses a number of materials that include wood and agricultural residues. These materials can be used for heating buildings and to a lesser extent for producing power or a combination of heat and power. Biomass systems require more operator information than other forms of renewable energy such as solar or wind. A small amount of maintenance plus an annual inspection and cleaning means the system can provide heating when needed. Additionally, biomass combustion produces emissions that have to be monitored to make sure they comply with government regulations. What are the different parts of a Biomass system? There are a number of key components to a biomass system which includes the following – Fuel storage and handling or conveying. Combustor Boiler Fire suppression systems Pumps Fans Exhaust controls System controls Automatic ash handling (optional feature) Back up boiler Heat distribution system All biomass systems require storage for fuel as well as a way of handling the fuel. Systems that use wood chips or pellets will be stored in silos or a bunker with an automated system that moves fuel from the storage area to the combustion area. PH Winterton recommends that storage areas hold a minimum of three days of fuel. The day hopper is the last part of the fuel handling system and controls the rate at which the fuel is delivered to the boiler. Wood pellet or log systems the heat created by the boiler can be used to directly heat the air or used to heat water, acting as a medium by which the heat is delivered. Fire suppression systems help to prevent fire from the combustor travelling back up the conveyor system where fuel is stored. This type of system can also include temperature sensors and water-delivery or control systems to put out fires before they spread throughout the whole system. Biomass Fuel from PH Winterton P.H Winterton and Son first started supplying biomass fuel to assist joineries with getting rid of surplus wood and market the sawmill waste as a product. Biomass fuel has since become increasingly popular due to its low energy densities. We use grade A wood residue that can be burnt for industrial heating and electricity. Contact Us With...

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Biomass Fuel Helps with Net Zero Emissions Target

Biomass Fuel Helps with Net Zero Emissions Target

By on Apr 4, 2021 in Biomass fuel, Blog |

Biomass fuel will play a large role in net zero emissions targets set out by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS). A document published by the BEIS includes a Biomass Strategy in 2022, with biomass being defined as any material of biological origin which is used as a fuel for bioenergy. This includes conventional combustion, gasification, energy from waste and low-carbon fuels like biofuels or hydrogen, or in products such as chemicals, bio-plastics and materials. New Biomass Strategy Explained A spokesperson for BEIS told industry press, “Biomass has played a prominent role in our efforts to decarbonise the economy and the context for its use has changed since our initial 2012 strategy. “We have launched a call for evidence to look at how and where sustainable biomass can best be used” “To reflect our ambitious target of eliminating our contribution to climate change by 2050, we have launched a call for evidence to look at how and where sustainable biomass can best be used.” According to recent statistics, a significant portion of the supply of biomass consists of wastes and residues (such as sawmill waste). Recognised Suppliers of Biomass Fuel PH Winterton and Son are part of the UK government’s recognised Biomass Supplier List, which allows persons who have signed up for the Renewable Heating Incentive (RHI) to receive a discount on heating bills. Being part of this scheme reaffirms us as a trusted supplier of a renewable heating source for customers right across the country. Get in Touch With Any Questions If you have any questions about biomass fuel from P.H Winterton, please do not hesitate to contact us now. As a family-run business, with over 60 years of experience, you are guaranteed friendly and expert advice which will help you choose the best product for...

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