- Biomass Pellet
- » Pellet are biofuels made from compressed organic matter or biomass.
- » Pellets can be made from any one of five general categories of biomass: industrial waste and co-products, food waste, Agriculture residues, energy crops, and virgin lumber
- » Wood pellets are the most common type of pellet fuel and are generally made from compacted sawdust
- » Pellets are categorized by their heating value, moisture and ash content, and dimensions. They can be used as fuels for power generation, commercial heating.
- » Pellets are extremely dense and can be produced with a low moisture content (below 10%) that allows them to be burned with a very high combustion efficiency.
- » Further, their regular geometry and small size allow automatic feeding with very fine calibration. They can be fed to a burner by auger
- » Feeding or by pneumatic conveying. Their high density also permits compact storage and transport over long distance. They can be conveniently blown from a tanker to a storage bunker or silo on a customer's premises.
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