BRK Gasifier is an in-house up-draft reactor which has its beginnings in the mid-70s as a result of the oil crisis. This technology splits the combustion into two stages by creating firstly a synthetic gas, known as Syngas, and then combusting it in BRK Cyclonic Combustion Chamber (CCC). This allows precise control of the combustion process, using the minimum amount of air even when burning biomasses with high humidity.

Some of the fuels that can be used are wood rolls, bark, chipped wood, sawmill waste with up to 55% humidity, RDF, plastics and briquettes.