"Our wood pellets are made from 100% natural tropical wood waste without any mixtures of any foreign materials..."
Over the years, wood pellets are widely used in the European countries to power home heating, for industrial usage, aswell as for co-firing purpose in the power plants. The reason of the popularity for wood pellets is that wood pellets are produced without harmful additives and they are gentle to the earth.
As a wood pellet manufacturer, our wood pellets are made from 100% tropical woods which we believe in proper selection of feed stocks can result in better quality production of wood pellets. Of course, there are other factors to be taken into
consideration e.g. skills, knowledge, etc, still, preparation of feed stocks is the most crucial step to be noted from time to
time. We have a third party testing service to do numerous testings on our wood pellets and the result is as per the international standards.
Descriptions: Wood pellets are a renewable resource, the fuel that is already widely available in the world nowadays. The sawdust or wood shavings are compressed under great pressure and forced through holes. This is a hot process and the natural lignin in the sawdust/wood shavings melts and binds the dust together, holding the pellet in shape and giving it that characteristic sheen on the outside
Our ServicesEconomic efficiency: Wood pellets are extremely dense and can be produced with a low moisture content (below 10%) that allows them to be burned with a very high combustion efficiency. Their high density also permits compact storage and rational transport over long distances. Electricity generated from pellets in converted coal plants is almost the same cost as electricity generated from natural gas, diesel.Environmentally friendly: Wood pellets are a sustainable fuel that can deliver a significant reduction in net carbon emissions when compared with fossil fuels. Its production and use also bring additional environmental
and social benefits.
Using scopes: Biomass fuels replace fossil fuels in power plants, stoves, the boiler of textile, food, leather, animal feeding,
dye industrial, and animal bedding.