Pellet is composed of small cylinders of the size of 6 - 12 mm, obtained by subjecting the wood sawdust at very high pressure. The pellet is then a totally natural and economical product: these are the reasons why it has become in recent years one of the most widely used biomass. The pellets are packed in bags of 10-15 kg, space saving, that facilitate transportation. In addition to having a high heating capacity, pellet is extremely light, compact and easy to find. The same is used for domestic purposes, but also for industrial ones: in that case it can be stored in large quantities in silos, ensuring autonomy. Unique Tip: keep the pellets away from sources of moisture to ensure better conservation.
The pellet is an ecological fuel derived from waste from the working of virgin timber: sawdust and shavings. Dried and pressed in order to obtain small cylinders of varying length, it is not treated with harmful glues or paints, since in its manufacturing lignin is used as a binder, a substance naturally present in the wood. Due to the low moisture content, the pellet has a high calorific energy, a great autonomy of combustion and lower emissions. It is a renewable resource and its combustion does not increase carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Storage of pellets is easily manageable if you properly evaluate its volumes: it allows long storage periods without its peculiar properties being adversely affected.