What are briquettes?
Fuel briquettes is a product of pressing wood wastes. Briquettes are made without chemical effect at high pressure. The technology of manufacture of wood fuel briquettes process lies on pressing chopped dried wood waste (sawdust, wood chips, bark).
Fuel briquettes are better in usage than firewood
Wood briquettes have a wide range of usage and can be used for all types of furnaces and boilers, excellent burning in fireplaces and stoves, grills. You can easily take a package of briquettes on the nature instead of wood. Dehydration timber requires a considerable expenditure of energy by direct combustion, gasification, and by a previous drying. Thus, the use of primary energy wood fuels ( briquettes ) with a relative humidity of 45% - 60% which 1.8 - 3.5 times reduces the calorific value of wood. Moisture content of wood fuel greatly affects the effectiveness of the mechanisms and processes of combustion and heat transfer.
Environmental results of the use of fuel briquettes
Emissions in the flue solid parts: on working with charcoal you can often observe a gray smoke, but on working with briquettes smoke is colorless and transparent. Moreover, emissions of soot and other solid parts of the combustion of the briquettes are virtually absent. The amount of ash briquettes using minimal space under the grate, it is enough to do cleaning 1 time per day. The ash can be used to fertilize soil deoxidation and, in contrast to problems with the disposal of slag which is produced using coal.