Benefits of biomass cookers

Three reasons to choose a biomass cooker for your kitchen

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1. Sustainable

Biomass cookers are eco-friendly. They can be run automatically, much like gas or electric, but have the added benefit that the pellets used as fuel are a renewable resource (wood). Biomass pellets are made from compressed wood products such as sawdust and other wood scraps, meaning they reuse materials that would otherwise be wasted.

2. Financial support

Because of the sustainable benefits and the use of a renewable resource, certain biomass stoves and cookers may qualify from the Renewable Heat Incentive, which provides financial support to products that generate and use renewable energy.

3. Social

Biomass fuel can be easily obtained from local sources, helping to support the UK economy and businesses. The use of local resources also helps to reduce the carbon footprint created from transportion.


Specflue, a leading supplier of flue systems, wood burning stoves and renewable heat products, is launching a new biomass range cooker to the domestic market.

The pellet cooker provides all the practical benefits of biomass stoves and boilers. It is controllable, energy efficient and the fuel can be easily stored. It is also competitively priced and can be installed in any home, as long as there is the necessary space for the flue.

There will be two models available; the Neos 90P with a ventilated pellet oven only, and the Neos 155 PGE, which, in addition to the two ovens, has the option of gas, electric, ceramic or induction hob.

For more information on the pellet cookers or to pre-order, visit www.specflue.com or call 0800 9020220

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