pellet fuel; It is the small particles used to obtain energy by increasing the density by processing all kinds of agricultural residues, wood, industrial wood residues and forestry residues. Biomass pellet fuels, which have a cylindrical form, are usually in small pieces with a diameter of 6-10 mm and a length of 20-30 mm.

Pellet Usage Areas…

Homes Workplaces Industry Warming Industrial Manufacturing Heating Electricity Generation

How is the pellet used?

It is very easy to use with the stoker system to be attached to the existing heating boilers. It can be used easily in residences with pellet stoves. In general, places where it can be burned; hazelnut stoves, systems of ovens using hazelnut shells, pellet stoves, pellet boilers. It can be burned as controlled as natural gas.

Why Pellet?

It is much cheaper than fossil fuels and allows you to reach the same energy cheaper. Use of fixed-cost products instead of constantly changing fossil fuels. Pellet fuel prices do not change depending on $ and €. The flue gas emission and environmental pollution values ​​are low, ozone friendly and below the acceptable CO emission thresholds according to the Kyoto protocol. Environmental and human health emission values ​​are much lower than fossil fuels. The amount of waste after use is low, the ash rate is 1%. It provides highly efficient combustion with 99% combustion rate. It is 100% domestic product. It will reduce the import of fossil fuel and contribute to the country’s economy. Pellet transportation and storage is very easy. It is a refined biomass. Environmental pollution will decrease after the use of pellets. While the pellet is produced by evaluating forest waste and forest industry waste, it provides an important recycling. Pellet is a fuel that has undergone mechanical processes, produced from industrial forests, and has absolutely no chemical content. It protects forests in the pellet production phase. Annual industrial wood and firewood production of the General Directorate of Forestry is 22 million cubic meters on average. This production is obtained from forest establishment, forest maintenance, forest regeneration, improvement and production activities.