Pellet fuel use

Biofuel solid, clean, odorless, easy transportation and storage.

The solid biofuel pellets are manufactured from wood originating from the cleaning and clearing of forests (pine forests in our case). This wood after a drying process, chopped and compression, at high pressures, produces cylinders with a high density without external additives, very low water content and a high calorific power.

Its main advantage over other biomass fuels is that they are very clean and simple to use. Compared to other fuels, especially fossil, they are cheaper and more advantageous to the environment.

The main uses of pellet fuel are applied to obtain heating and hot sanitary water.

Their use ranges from use in houses, residents, offices, shops, hotels and hospitals to industrial, such as greenhouses, animal farms, bakery ovens, etc.

According to its application to the production of energy, they can be used:

  • Stoves
  • Boilers
  • Ovens

By way of comparison, the following table can observe the equivalence between the pellet and the main fossil fuels used:

Comparison fuels
Pellets Gas Oil Natural Gas Petroleum Liquefied Gas
1 Kg. 0,5 L. 0,5 m3 0,8 L.