Titoki Healing Centre

The Healing Centre buildins are heated by hot water radiators from a central wood pellet boiler.
Description of facility: 

The Titoki Healing Centre is a residential facility offering Christian healing and retreat services. It’s been running for over 30 years in an idyllic 10-acre rural setting just south of Whakatane in the Bay of Plenty. It hosts conferences and also lets out some facilities as motels for holidaying families.

The solution is a 50 kW ‘Woodpecker’ wood pellet-fired boiler. It serves 40 new radiators around the main building, all fitted with thermostatic radiator valves. The system is totally automated. “It’s programmed to start up once the external temperature goes under 16oC.

Facility type: 
Heat
Application: 
Hotel/Rest Home/Accommodation
Technology type: 
Conventional Combustion
Fuel/Feedstock: 
Wood Pellets
Primary Output: 
Heat
Size: 
Small
Co-generation: 
No
Address: 
71 Titoki Road, Whakatane
Region: 
Central North Island
Geo Location: 
Equipment supplier: 
Further information: 
Wood pellets makes warm welcome economical for Titoki Healing Centre, Bay of Plenty: EECA case study