Sustainable and economical, wood pellets gain prominence in the market and help in the preservation of nature
Economic and sustainable, wood pellets are produced from wood sawdust, free of any chemical substance, which after being processed, become the product. They serve as a sustainable energy source, after all they pollute less than wood and fossil fuels.
Wood pellets are productive options that are increasingly used worldwide, as they guarantee quality and sustainability. They serve as a more economical biofuel, representing about half the price when compared to fossil fuels.
In addition, wood pellets are a clean and efficient fuel, do not harm the environment and are more affordable than gas and oil. With a simple system, the use of pellets is done in an automated way.
For example, when using pellets to heat water, the entire process is automatic, injecting only what is necessary for combustion, just as it does in temperature control. The control panel allows temperature control of the pre-programmed generator, turning off the pellet burner when the generator reaches the temperature. When the internal water temperature of the generator decreases, the burner is reactivated, restarting the firing process until the desired temperature is resumed. This resumption is automatic without the need for operator intervention.
According to a study by the University of Amsterdam, the use of wood pellets for heating can emit up to one tenth of carbon dioxide, a renewable fuel that releases a low rate of CO2, which is the same captured during the growth of trees .
In addition to so many advantages, there is no need for trees to be cut to produce these pellets, since they are made from wood waste from sawmills and discarded wood, such as bark, refills, ribs, chips and others.
Easy to handle and transport, its granular shape allows the optimization of transport and storage. As they are a natural product without additives, they do not release vapors or bad odors.