Calorific value ca. 49kW/h per kg, Bulk density not less 600 kg/m3, Diameter 8 mm, Length 5-40 mm. Total moisture as received max 10%, Ash 0,5 %, Melting ashes not less 1200 Co, Moisture content 10%, Mechanical Durability 98%.
Raw materials (sawdust, etc.) enters the crusher where it is crushed to flour. The recieved mass enters the dryer then to the pellet-press, where the wood flour is compressed into pellets.
Wood pellets can be used as fuel for most jobs that require large thermal energy such as power generation, commercial or residential heating, and cooking.. On average, a kilogram of wood pellets produces 4260 Kcal of much larger heat than other biofuels. Especially, with low ash content of only 1.17%, wood pellets are very popular in Korea, Japan and countries in Europe and America.