Low cost

The equivalent of 120 liters diesel ...
or 170 liters gas (LPG) ...
or about 16,000 cubic meters of natural gas ...
or 4775 kwh electricity.

Most pellet stoves nowadays are designed to burn both softwood and hardwood.
The choice of fuel in this case is rather the purpose of testing a specific brand in a specific stove. This usually depends on the quality of the pellets, and not on the type of wood. Noticeable difference between the pellets of different types of wood will, as they all go through the grind and become homogeneous pulp.
Pine pellets generally have higher heat output and emit less ash.

Clean combustion

Burning wood pellets in special purpose stoves is much more cleanly and efficiently compared with the destruction of bio-waste in the forest. This means that the wood pellets are considered carbon neutral. Pellet stoves and central heating systems must have at least 80% efficiency, to use the maximum capacity of the pellets. In fact, most stoves and burners are made to work at 85-93% efficiency. Our wood pellets are 100% natural, without binders, chemicals or additives. They have a low content of dust and ash, low water content (less than 10 percent), sink in water, does not disintegrate under pressure with the hand.  Biofuel of this type may contain residues from recycled wood or chemical contaminants. Melamine particles, painted wood, coated with resin boards are not used for production of wood pellets, since their burning emit harmful chemicals or deviations from the norm for burning pellets.

Renewable source of heating

The pellets are environmentally clean fuel, neutral in terms of carbon dioxide (CO2), because they are made from renewable sources. Combustion does not emit black smoke, making them ideal for fireplaces with glass opening. Their advantage is in the ability to burn as in ordinary stoves and in special pellet boilers with high efficiency. Heating systems with pellets are completely automated: alone dose the necessary quantity of pellets for burning and also have the opportunity to manage a mobile phone.

Clean heating

Reducing emissions of one ton burnt wood green pellets can be compared with the exhaust gases of new generation electric vehicles (hybrids) for one year. Drastically reduced greenhouse gas emissions and harmful pollutants such as CO2, sulfur dioxide and mercury. Specialized stoves and boilers for heating the pellets are 50 times more efficient than the old stoves and are up to 5 times more productive than the latest generation of wood stoves.

100% natural

Our wood pellets are 100% natural, without linking chemicals or additives. They have a low content of dust and ash, low water content (less than 10 percent), sink in water, does not disintegrate under manual pressure. Biofuel of this type may contain residues from recycled wood or chemicals.
For the production of the product use soft wood (fir, white pine, spruce). Packers use petnadesetkilogramovi heard so cut up into a compact form and stored more easily. One ton of pellets can be stacked on an area with dimensions: width, depth and height - 100/120/170 cm., Approximately half the space required for 1 ton cut wood.

Bio fuel of the future

Wood pellets are clean, neutral carbon dioxide fuel produced from comminuted woody biomass, compressed under high pressure without glue or other binders. Moreover, wood pellets are environmentally friendly fuel as they produce without the use of adhesives and chemicals and burning does not emit harmful emissions.


The comfort that provide pellets is incomparable to other types of fuels (wood, coal, oil). Some of the biggest advantages are:

  • do not emit black smoke when burned
  • saves time and labor for cutting, splitting, stacking compared to wood
  • storage space - compact pellets are packed in bags of 15 kg and occupy very little space compared to wood and coal
  • easier cleaning, maintenance and combustion

Low water content

The low water content of 5-10% ensures efficient combustion, compared with firewood humidity is 40-55%