Rice husk pellets

A type of biofuel derived from processed biomass materials such as shavings, sawdust, wood waste, through high speed centrifugation was pressed into pellets and hard.

Sugar cane pellets

A type of biofuel derived from processed biomass materials such as shavings, sawdust, wood waste, through high speed centrifugation was pressed into pellets and hard.

Wood Pellets

A type of biofuel derived from processed biomass materials such as shavings, sawdust, wood waste, through high speed centrifugation was pressed into pellets and hard.

Wood Pellets

A type of biofuel derived from processed biomass materials such as shavings, sawdust, wood waste, through high speed centrifugation was pressed into pellets and hard.

What is wood pellet?

Wood pellets are compressed biofuel generally produced of sawdust. Wood pellets are a modern form of heating fuel which has more potential to reduce CO2 emissions. Wood pellets are cylindrical in shape, usually measure between 6-10mm in diameter and are 10-30mm long. Wood pellets moisture content is less than 10% that allows them to be burned with very high combustion efficiencies. Biomass (shaving) is milled onto fine sawdus and then fed into a pelletising machine (granulator) where it is compressed under immense pressure and extruded through a die. This process is accompained by lignin melting, contained in the biomass, which serves as a binding…

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