A North East joinery company has purchased a second wood waste heater to save money on its operating costs.
Whitehart Joinery, based in Stockton on Tees is a British Woodworking Federation (BWF) registered licensed door processor for fire doors.
Whitehart Joinery has a wood waste heater in its original building, but needed a second one when the company expanded into an adjoining building to extend its manufacturing space. The new area didn’t have any existing heating, so had to be warmed using gas heaters on cold winter days.
Managing Director of Whitehart Joinery, Peter Fitzpatrick explains: “Having already experienced the benefits of a wood waste heater, we had no hesitation in purchasing a second one, so contacted Kurt Cockroft at Wood Waste Technology to give us a quote. We have plenty of wood offcuts from the frames, doors and vision panels we manufacture, enough to run the two wood waste heaters, so it was an easy investment decision to make.”
The WT5 was installed by Wood Waste Technology’s dedicated engineers, who fitted the burner into the new building and also managed to duct some of the warm air into a separate storage area, to keep the stored wood at a suitable temperature.
Peter continues: “The wood waste burners keep the factory warm, are easy to use and save us a fortune on heating and waste disposal. They’re a great investment with a good payback. We’ve been really impressed with the service from Wood Waste Technology too. From quote to installation, the team at Wood Waste Technology has delivered everything promised.”
MD of Wood Waste Technology, Kurt Cockroft says: “There are a number of businesses who purchase additional wood waste heaters for their premises once they’ve experienced the benefits of having one, especially in the current economic climate when businesses are trying to reduce operating costs and expenditure.”
Wood Waste Technology’s years of expertise in wood waste solutions have helped many companies reduce their waste disposal and heating costs. As well as offering site survey, design, manufacture, installation and on-going maintenance for new units, the company also services all types of wood waste heaters and supplies genuine spares up to 60% cheaper than other suppliers.
In addition, Wood Waste Technology is the UK official distributor for Gross Apparatebau GmbH, a German manufacturer of dependable, precision engineered shredders and briquetters, available in various sizes and specifications to suit all business applications.
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