The church sits at the head of Central Square in Keene, the focal point of one of the widest Main Streets in America
The new boiler room layout has the interior pellet silo on the left beside the stairs (not completed in this photo) and the pellet boiler ahead by the exterior wall.
The stick built pellet silo measures about 6′ x 6′ x 12′ high. At the bottom are four 45 degree sloping panels that direct the pellets to the fill system.
The pellet silo is filled through the 4″ pipe that can be seene coming out of the window panel
The boiler room contains both the pellet boiler and the stick-built interior silo.
Looking down on the pellet boiler–about the only angle possible to photograph it!
The 300 gallon buffer tank is at the rear of a large storage closet.
Elements of this classic American church building date back to 1786. Its 1000 pound bell, installed in 1794, can be heard throughout the city.
The church’s old oil boiler was leaking and had to be replaced and the green leaning congregation wanted to switch to wood pellets.