The calorific value (combustibility) calorific value of fuel pellets exceeds 2.5 times the timber. Conventional tree in their molecules have carbon, hydrogen and oxygen. During processing, many of the cellulose molecule damaged, oxygen and hydrogen atoms are volatilized and the carbon atoms are: the amount of material was less, and the carbon content remained therein. Conventional timber contains at least 2 times more moisture than pellets produced therefrom.
Pellets is a very safe product. They are not explosive and not intimidating them leakage (as opposed to gas), they do not stain (as opposed to carbon), they are harmless to health. The combustion of our products does not fall out around the coal dust, which is harmful to human health and the environment.
Pellets are environmentally friendly fuel, since their combustion emit as much CO2 as was absorbed by the tree during its growth (the closed carbon exchange), unlike coal. When burning wood pellets amount of carbon dioxide emitted into the atmosphere does not exceed the emissions that would be formed by the natural decomposition of the wood. Due to the low sulfur content in the pellets are reduced emissions of sulfur dioxide into the atmosphere.
The common opinion about the cheapness of the main gas - at high prices for connection to the main gas pipeline - a very controversial statement. Due to the high efficiency and relatively low cost, pellets, from an economic standpoint, the most fuel efficient.