Pellet is a biomass energy, that is, a renewable energy source fuel. It is a resource with high security of supply as it is produced from domestic natural products and wastes.
It is an economical fuel, its cost is not directly affected by foreign currency like natural gas and petroleum fuels.
It produces less emissions when burned than fossil fuels. Since it is compressed under high pressure by removing its moisture, the ash content is around 1%. In other words; About 10 kg of ash comes out from 1 ton of pellets you burn. For example, ash-slag is formed in the range of 20% – 50% depending on the quality of coal. However, the ash formed as a result of combustion has the opportunity to be used as a natural fertilizer.
It is a more efficient fuel compared to the same amount of wood in terms of burning time and energy it provides. Pellet burning systems operate at a high level (95%) efficiency, just like condensing combi boilers, which allows you to get the highest efficiency with the least fuel.
The wood is turned into small powder as a result of the process of collecting the waste materials and passing them through the mill. Later, these powdered wood waste materials are dried in the oven and the humidity is reduced. The dried material is pressed under high pressure and turned into a pallet. The product coming out of the press is cooled and then used at the end of the packaging. As a result of the application of these processes, the combustion and energy efficiency of the same wood product is increased, making a great contribution to nature, the environment and the economy.