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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. Compared with firewood they emit more heat, increasing the efficiency of boiler installations do not require large storage areas and no ignition. It combines the facilities to automate the process of refueling devices for their combustion. Moreover, wood pellets are environmentally friendly fuel as they produce without the use of adhesives and chemicals and burning does not emit harmful emissions.

For the production of the product use soft wood (fir, white pine, spruce). Packers used 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.

The technology for the production of ekopeletite is: the process is used mainly 3 machines - crusher, dryer and pellet press. The first two speak enough for themselves. The most important process is the pellet press. It forms a green pellets at high pressure and temperature in the pressure to yield heat, allowing the container to wood lignin to melt at a temperature above 100% which in turn allows the compressed wood to acquire the desired shape - the hot lignin acts as a adhesive. The result is ekopeleti, and sealed with an ideal cylindrical shape.

Efficiency (efficiency) of heating systems using burning pellets is 85% - 95% (efficiency of wood-burning fireplaces 79%) and because of its qualities, the pellets burn almost completely - the maximum ash content of 1.5% - so the time between two feedings of the stove is between two and five days. The moisture content is in the range of 8% - 10%, and the CV they 4300-5100 kcal / kg. For comparison, the calorific value of firewood is 3440 kcal / kg.
Heating with pellets is perspective for family houses, apartment buildings and in offices and industrial buildings.