RTB Phoenix pellet heating

The compact pellet heating RTB Phoenix convinces with the use of pellets as renewable energy with low emissions and high efficiency. With an output of 3 - 48 kW, this is the ideal pellet heating system for single-family to multi-family homes.

area of application
Single family house
Power range
3 - 47 kW
A pellet heater of the product type RTB Phoenix.

Product details

Cross-section of a pellet heater of the RTB Phoenix product type.
  • V16 Plug-in strip with W-LAN module
  • Capacitive 7″ touchscreen
  • Modulating exhaust fan with negative pressure control
  • Automatic boiler cleaning with compressed air
  • O2 probe
  • "Stepless" 10-100% control burner
  • Integrated compressed air system
  • Ash drawer system with automatic ash compression and ash level sensor
  • Automatic ash discharge

Climate premium

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  • In a boiler room there is a pellet heating system of the product type RTB Phoenix.

    Single family house | Pellets | RTB Phoenix

    Schaerer, 5102 Rupperswil

  • In a boiler room there is a pellet heating system of the product type RBT.

    Single family house | Pellets | RTB Phoenix

    Stauffer, 4853 Riken

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Frequently asked questions?

The pollution of the air by a wood central heating system is minimal. Measurements by chimney sweeps prove this. Controlled burning of the fuel takes place. Air pollution is mainly caused by fireplaces and tiled stoves.

Current data from Holzenergie Schweiz show that a good 20 % of domestic energy wood is still available. The surge in demand for wood in recent times will level off again. With the fuel wood, regional value creation is promoted.

Heating with wood isCO2 neutral. What does that mean? When wood is burned, only as much carbon dioxide is released into the environment as the wood also absorbed during its growth. With oil and gas, only pollutants are released.

An important prerequisite for optimal combustion is the correct storage of the fuel; wood log should be well ventilated and stored in a dry place for approx. 2 - 3 years, depending on the thickness. Too moist or dirty lump wood is not only uneconomical to burn, but can also lead to more pollutant emissions at low combustion temperatures.

In principle, an oil tank can be replaced 1:1 and the existing space can continue to be used.