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Bono Energia SpA
Via Resistenza 12
I - 20068 PESCHIERA BORROMEO (MI)

Tel.: +39 02 55 30 28 48Fax : +39 02 54 71 955
Contact : Monica Grosso
Job : Engineering & Cogeneration Product Manager
Statute : Join-Stock Co Creation date : 1958
Spoken languages : NC
Staff : 199 Wood-fuel staff : NC
E-mail : bono.en@bono.it
Web site : http://www.bono.it
BONO ENERGIA
Italy
Manufacturer

EQUIPMENT
Shredders and conditioning equipment
Automatic feeding systems
Accessories(dust absorbers, condensing units,...)
Other thermal equipment (pyrolysis, gasification, CHP,...)
Burners and boilers :
< 100 kW 500 - 2.000 kW
100 - 500 kW > 2.000 kW

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Bono Energia S.p.A. is the industrial boilers and heaters manufacturing centre of Bono Group based near Milan. Its founder, Mr Corrado Bono, devised and patented in the fifties an original « heat-exchanging tube ». The Bono Group includes three companies : Bono Energia S.p.A., Bono Sistemi S.p.a. (water treatment) and Bono Exacta S.p.A. (industrial measurement). Since 1988, Bono is a part of the international Cannon Group.

 

 

Wood-fuel expertise

 

- Uses : heat and electricity production.

 

- Clients : wood processing companies.

 

- Fuel : wood and biomass (olive husks…).

 

- Product range : water tube boilers, heat recovery boilers, thermal oil heaters.

 

 

Additional information

 

Bono Energia is specialised in the manufacture of industrial packaged boilers and field-erected waste-heat recovery boilers to its own original design.

The company can supply customers with fully assembled and tested ready-to-operate heat generators packages on a turn-key basis.

 

 

Region of operation

 

Mediterranean countries (Italy, Africa…).