Pellet fuel is a renewable, clean-burning and cost-stable alternative to coal and oil in production of heat and energy. It is a biomass product made of renewable substances – generally recycled wood waste. Pellets are produced in manufacturing facilities in Siberia that is reach in Forests and timber production and by producing fuel pellets we avoid waste in saw timber process.
In short, pellet fuel is a way to divert millions of tons of waste from landfills and turn it into energy.
The density of pellet fuel is substantially higher than raw biomass that allow fuel be transported in a given transport unit, and more energy can be stored at your site.
Pellets are more easily and predictably handled. Their uniform shape and size allow for a smaller and simpler feed system that reduces costs. This high density and uniform shape can be stored in standard silos, transported in rail cars and delivered in containers.
Diameter: 6mm +/-1 or 8mm +/-1
Bulk Density: 600-750 kg/m3
Mechanical Durability: min 97,5%
Ash Content (dry basis): max 1.2%
Net Calorific Value (as received): 4,6 kWh/kg
Total Sulfur: max 0.05%
Moisture (as received): max 10.00%