The vegetable waste pellets are made by pressing the raw material by means of a mechanical press.

These can replace the used of other burning materials due to their superior calorific value and their lower cost and is destined both for household and industrial users.

– Calorific values comparable to the one of coal
– One ton of pellets is equivalent to 5 m3 wood and 800 kg of coal

What are they used for
The main reason that led to creating these natural fuels was to reduce the costs of traditional heating, which uses conventional fuels, whose prices are continuously rising

Heating with vegetable waste pellets is not a new area in countries where other natural resources are either too scarce and too expensive or lack completely.

– high calorific value;
– long and uniform burning;
– does not eliminate explosive or toxic gases by burning;
– no sparks while burning;
– low humidity;
– minimal storage space;
– the remaining ashes can be used as soil fertilizer

The pellets must be stored in places protected against humidity and weathers: frost, snow, rain, etc.
Optimally, they are stored in dry and well ventilated rooms.