Wooden pellets

Wooden Pellets

Cordwood, wood pellets, wood chips capable of being used for energy, are examples of biomass fuel. The most compelling principle of biomass is that it is renewable. The remarkable consistency and burn efficiency of pellet fuel produce a fraction of the particulate emissions of raw biomass. Pellet burners feature the lowest particulate matter emissions of all solid fuels burners. Given the proper Sustainable Forest Initiatives and agricultural management, biomass is virtually limitless and has proven to be price stable in comparison with fossil fuels.

The majority of Siberiana’s forest is second-growth and requires periodic treatment in order to address forest health and fire mitigation. A tremendous amount of unusable material remains on the forest floor after such treatment. This material is rejected by high-end wood product manufacturers but is a perfect resource for commercial pellet manufacturers.

Also we use by-products of wood waste and refine them into pencil-sized pellets that are uniform in size, shape, moisture, density and energy content.

First we separate biomass from any metal particles that can be in it. Secondly we grinding to on first stage to make biomass of less particle. Then we decrease the moisture content of wood waste raw boimass from 25%-60% to 6-10% by heating it in close cycle. Less moisture means higher BTU value and easier handling especially in freezing situations. Third we make more fine grinding and pressing biomass in pellets of standard shape.