What is Pellet?
Pellet is generally the fuel obtained as a result of drying and grinding of the wastes such as wood, wood, sawdust, chip, leaf, bark, branch and similar forest wastes, cover, wood piece, sawdust and wedge under high pressure after grinding. It has a small cylindrical form, usually compressed with a diameter of 6-10 mm and a length of between 10-50 mm; sawdust, wood chips, bark, agricultural products, crop stalks, hazelnuts, almonds, walnut shells, such as natural products and can be expressed as a fuel obtained from waste.MORE
Unlike fossil fuels that cause high sulfur content and carbon dioxide emissions, wood pellets are the least harmful to the environment.
Savings of up to 40% due to no problems in raw materials and no change in price as a result of non-dependence on foreign trade
Because it does not contain sulfur and other gases, it is reliable by avoiding hazards such as stove poisoning.
Compared to other fuels, the amount of waste after use is very low and no dust is easier to clean.