Frederiksdal Estate

Warming up to Denmark's largest winery

Since 2013, a Linka hall system has provided heat for the Lolland estate. The heat is used, among other things, to heat the production buildings where their cherry wine is made.

Since 1305 Frederiksdal Manor has been part of western Lolland. Frederiksdal is not only a traditional estate, but also Denmark's largest vineyard. Danish cherry wine from the estate's orchard is produced here. In addition to wine production, the estate also has both agriculture and forestry.

Before the installation of the new Linka system, the estate used a manual boiler, where the operating requirements were much higher.

The plant is primarily used for heating the main estate building and other properties. In addition, the heat is also used to heat the production buildings where the cherry wine is made.

Frederiksdal Gods chose a Linka system based on Linka's good reputation, our technical solution and recommendations from other customers.

The plant

Since 2013, the estate has received heat from a 400 kW hall system. The boiler is fed from a Linka straw chopper with 15 metres of straw bed, located in the barn outside the boiler room. From here the straw is transported in a closed pipe system to the boiler.

The system is controlled and monitored using the installed PLC control with alarm output to SMS or internet.

The boiler is equipped with an automatic ash outlet, where the ash is transported to a wheeled ash container. The plant is also equipped with a 500 kW oil boiler, which can act as a backup for the straw boiler.


Customer: Frederiksdal Estate
Location: Harpelund, Denmark
Fuel type: Straw
Size: 400 kW
Type of installation: hot water system
Year built: 2013

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