GlenFarrow At Midlands Machinery Show 2017 22nd and 23rd November.
GlenFarrow, the UK’s leading manufacturer and installer of batch fed Biomass Boilers and associated equipment, will be exhibiting at the Midlands Machinery Show 2017 for the third time. This follows the success of exhibiting in 2016 and 2017.
The 2017 Show will see GlenFarrow exhibiting and demonstrating a range of equipment and services that is relevant to Farming and Rural Lifestyles including the British manufactured 295 and 210 boilers and a new GlenFarrow boiler which will be showcased at the event ahead of launch in January. The company will also be showcasing the work of its Electrical Division for Agriculture – the first time GlenFarrow has done this.
The boilers continue to prove popular with rural dwellers because of their ease of use, superior engineering qualities such as water filled doors, that ensure maximum heat exchange, and accreditation to the RHI scheme. GlenFarrow provide a one stop shop for customers. Undertaking the whole installation process for Biomass Boilers and associated products from design through installation and completion of all the relevant RHI documentation. They also provide ongoing support for Biomass installations.
Along with GlenFarrow 295 and 210 Biomass boilers the company will also be exhibiting a new smaller boiler designed for heating smaller installations, including farmhouses, workshops and offices.
The GlenFarrow Electrical division will be promoting electrical safety and cost saving measures at the show. This is the first time the division has exhibited and gives it a great opportunity to highlight the range of services including LED Lighting, Electrical Safety Inspections and equipment maintenance services.
Commenting on GlenFarrow’s support for the Midlands Machinery Show GlenFarrow Managing Director, Paul Kitchen said “Our products are ideal for rural locations, that’s why we already have over 900 boilers installed around the UK. We are looking forward to once more being at Midlands Machinery Show at Newark Showground and to demonstrating our Biomass Boiler range.” Paul continues “despite recent changes to the RHI scheme it remains a massive contribution for farmers who want to reduce their carbon foot-print and use of fossil fuels.
Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI)
GlenFarrow boilers qualify for the generous medium scale, non-domestic RHI biomass tariff, with Government payments guaranteed for 20 years. The GlenFarrow team at the Midlands Machinery Show will be pleased to discuss the tariff. The GlenFarrow service offering includes full assistance with RHI applications and ongoing support once the boiler is installed. We can advise when meter readings are due, file quarterly reports and complete annual declarations on your behalf. Leaving you free to get on with your business.