Why we should use pellets????

Putting a caldron, using wood pellets, ensure a healthy lifestyle, caring for the family and entry into the world of the latest technology . It's a way to stay on top of the “heating fashion wave”.

Pellets are suitable both for household consumption and for industrial sector. Manufacturers of heating equipment,offering caldron and fireplaces, designed specifically for burning pellets, are characterized by very high efficiency and especially its high efficiency up to 95%. This unique performance is not only used to help lower your fuel , and help the environment through lower emissions.

  • Like a biofuel, pellets are environmentally friendly and combustion does not emit harmful emissions. Compared with traditional fuels, their combustion are separated by 10 to 50 times less carbon dioxide evolved as equals absorbed by the plant during its growth;
  • The process of burning wood pellets is very effective and complete;
  • The advantages of using pellets is the possibility of their automated submission to incineration;
  • Substantial economic advantages of using pellets are 30-50% lower costs than petroleum fuels in most member states of the EU;
  • Pellets are produced in a really compact form so therefore does not create difficulties in storage and transport;
  • Their high density ensure the preservation of their shape;
  • Surface finish, obtained on production, prevent moisture penetration;
  • The pellets may be stored in close proximity to residential areas , as they are biologically inactive after a heat treatment . They do not contain spores, which can cause allergic reaction. Clearly defined properties and a rigorous system of quality control are prerequisites for the successful implementation of this energy product. Pellets have met all prerequisites for the market success for a relatively short period of time, they seized a substantial market share and gained significant credibility among consumers. Contributing to this are the great number of advantages such as their high calorific value, moving generally in the range 4700 -5200 kcal / kg ( 5 kW / h per 1 kg), and relatively low ash content.