The SpiraPod is a purpose built external housing solution for the Spira biomass boiler, which allows for greater flexibility with installation.

SpiraPod outdoor boiler housing

Designed and manufactured by Grant, the durable and fully weatherproof SpiraPod accommodates all Spira models from 6 to 36kW and is ideal where space is at a premium.What’s more, it has the additional benefits of a 190kg integral hopper and it neatly housing both the Grant wood pellet vacuum and sealed system kit too.
Features
• Accommodates all Spira models from 6-36kW
• Fully weather proof steel casing
• Iconic ‘Grant grey’ powder coated paint finish
• Top fill integral hopper with 190kg capacity
• Suitable for vacuum feed
• Optional internal SpiraVac pellet vacuum available
• Dimensions H1470 x W1040 x D1350mm
• Sealed system kit can be fitted within the Pod
• Lockable doors

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Case Studies

Installer promotes advantages of renewable heating

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Local Authority upgrades sheltered housing with Grant

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Out with the old and in with a new Grant Vortex

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