They are fuel pellets with a diameter of 6-8 mm obtained by drying from wood residues, grinding and turning into sawdust, and then compressing with high pressure. Wood pellet contains about 7-12% moisture. Since the moisture content is low, its calorie is higher than firewood. There are at least 3 separate processes in pellet production. These processes are: grinding the woody residues into sawdust, drying them to contain a certain amount of moisture, agglomeration and cooling in pelletizing molds, and then packaging the finished products.
Renewable energy by reprocessing wood waste
-High efficiency -High temperature
-100% wood -Environmentally friendly
-Strictly MDF chipboard etc. no product mix
-15-20 kg in sacks
-Our factories are located in Kastamonu, Adana, Ankara, Sakarya, Bartın, Edirne, - Special shipping and delivery prices can be given for high tonnage purchases.
-Net calorific value: ≥4.9 kWh/kg
-Ash rate ≤0.9%
-Length : 3.15 < L < 40mm
-Diameter : 6 ± 1mm
The pellet has a small cylindrical form, usually 6-8-10mm in diameter and 10-40mm in diameter. Long, compressed; sawdust,wood chips,bark,tree branches,crop stems It is a type of fuel obtained from natural products and wastes such as hazelnuts and cones under trees. Although it differs in terms of raw materials and production techniques, wood and its derivatives No binder is used in the conversion of materials into pellets. In some other raw materials, auxiliary binders (such as molasses, starch, vegetable paraffin, tall oil, lignin, water) are used at certain rates. Wood (hard and soft woods), wood, chips, sawdust, bark, branches, leaves and Similar forest residues, straw-straw (such as wheat, barley, rye, oats), straw (such as sunflower, corn, cotton, cocoon), shell-sheath (coffee, soy, rice, peanut, hazelnut, walnut...), fruit beans, paper-board, etc. Waste and garbage, industrial wastes (such as pomace), construction waste Apart from these products, it is used in many products grown within the scope of energy forestry and energy agriculture (such as switchgrass-branched millet, miscanthus-elephant grass). Pellet can be produced from a single product or it can be obtained by mixing several products (such as sawdust, straw, straw, pomace, coal dust).
Pellet fuel is a refined biomass.
-It is very easy to transport and store.
-It is a more efficient fuel compared to the same amount of wood in terms of burning time and energy it provides.
-It is cheaper than other fuels.
-100% domestic, produced from own resources. It is acceptable in terms of environment and human health. It is the cleanest burning pellet fuel among solid fuel systems.
-The amount of waste after use is very low.
-Protects forests during pellet production. Annual industrial wood and firewood production of the General Directorate of Forestry is 22 million cubic meters on average. This production is obtained from forest establishment, forest maintenance, forest regeneration, improvement and production activities.
-There is no danger of poisoning like coal.
-The operation and maintenance of combustion systems is easy compared to other fueled plants.
- It does not require intervention in the boiler room when the electricity is cut off.