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Unlike fossil fuels, which cause high sulfur content and carbon dioxide emissions, wood pellets are the least harmful fuel type to the environment.

Pellet Fuel

Wood chips and pellets made from wood chips make an excellent quality fuel.

Pellet Stoves

Thanks to its high energy performance, it offers efficient and high heating.

Arjin Pellet Specification

Calorie value: 4200 – 5000 kcal/kg It is usually in small pieces with a diameter of 6-10 mm and a length of 20-30 mm. It contains moisture between 8-13%. Due to its moisture content, its calorie is higher than other fuels. Wood Pellet is a clean, environmentally friendly and healthy fuel that does not produce carbon dioxide. Although it is 100% natural, it is produced from sawdust and wood chips pressed under high pressure without chemicals. Since it does not contain chemicals, it does not cause environmental pollution, it is environmentally friendly. Its efficiency is high. 95% (For example, 60% coal yield) Compared to other solid fuels, pellet fuel is easy to store and takes up much less space. Used as a heating system; It can be used in products such as Heating Boilers, Stoves, Fireplaces,  Pellet Stoves. Burning time is longer than wood. Soot does not form, does not pollute the chimneys. The air requirement is 19% of the coal. Ash Ratio is 1000/5.

Usage areas

Pellet fuel and cape stoves, which are the main sources of bioenergy, are used for industrial purposes. Pellet fuels can be used easily in many areas of our lives, in homes, workplaces, factories, hotels, hostels, sites, apartments, private and detached settlements, villas… Pellet fuels (biomass) can be used for heating. In addition to 100% wood pellet fuels, we need to warn users about pellets containing chemical additives. The use of chemicals as raw materials causes environmental pollution, causing serious damage to pellet stoves and rendering them unusable. When we compare these types of fuels with 100% natural pellets, they cause serious damage to the environment and human health, as well as significantly low heating calories.