We will once again be exhibiting at the most important trade fair for biomass heating; polluting emissions will be one of the main topics
Just a few weeks to go before the beginning of the 12th edition of Progetto Fuoco, the most important exhibition in the world for biomass heating which will be held in Verona from 19 to 22 February 2020.
Once again, IPC has renewed its presence at this great event, confirming its role as a real reference for all international operators working in the sector of heating and energy production from biomass combustion.
CONTROVERSIES ON POLLUTING EMISSIONS
Progetto Fuoco 2020 becomes even more important when looking at the media attention of the last few weeks to PM levels in the air of Italian cities.
The fair organizers have planned a targeted communication campaign, aimed at spreading clear, coherent information based on true and proven sources. The purpose is to clearly deny and oppose superficial and incorrect messages and news that threaten the future and credibility of the sector.
IPC ON THE FRONT LINE OF ENERGY EFFICIENCY
Always focusing on the creation of products that can generate value and be energy efficient, IPC is once again a leading guide for the biomass sector, which has been making huge progress in terms of product performances and in polluting emission reduction.
Consistent with our company’s mission, whose heart is in the importance of continuous investment in research and development, our daily focus is to create innovative, cutting-edge products that can help companies improve performances and, above all, provide increasingly eco-sustainable and efficient products.
From this awareness, IPC has developed several Brushless solutions, available in versions:
- 12 volt
- 24 volt
- 230 volt – EC
specifically designed for heating applications, including burners, pellet stoves and pellet boilers.
These products are manufactured following the most innovative technologies, and IPC’s Brushless gearmotors and fans have now become a benchmark in the sector, especially in pellet feeding and brazier cleaning systems and in smoke exhaust applications.
IPC firmly believes in the technological turnover process that is now happening, as well as in the need for clear business policies and legal measures aimed at pushing the change towards increasingly efficient and high-performing products, capable of giving clear direction to consumer choices and behaviour, and helping to reach the final target of improving air quality.