Briquette is a high caloric solid fuel that replaces firewood and oil fuel, and which uses lignocelluloses biomass of forest origin as its raw material.
In the productive process, densification of residues from forest materials and by-products is made by the briquette process, which consists of high-pressure mechanical sawdust compaction. Such a compaction raises the temperature, producing lignin, a substance that acts as bonding element, which holds the wood fibres together, without requiring the use of a chemical bonder.
90 tons of briquettes prevents the cutting of 85 adult trees;
they can be used in boilers, fireplaces, bakery and pizza house ovens, ceramic ovens;
they are supplied in small round logs, in standard uniform sizes;
low environmental impact, reduces deforestation;
a high density material, it requires minimum storage space;
one ton of briquette is equivalent to 5 m³ of firewood (or 0.5 ton BPF oil) in terms of caloric content;
a hygienic product, without the firewood inconveniences (bark and chip production);
reduced pollution, smoke and ash content;
does not harm the furnace during the filing process;
end of low calorific residue burning;
free of chemical bonding agents;
100% recycled and ecological product.
To purchase our briquettes, please contact us.
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