Implementation of the project leads to construction of a new biofuel plant with the production capacity of 100 000 tons of wood pellets per year and a CHP to supply the biofuel plant with heating and electrical energy as well as sales of electricity to the local network.
Briquettes made of agricultural by-products such as for example flax, rape, sunflower husk, straw, etc. can be a very favorable alternative to and have similar properties to wood briquettes.
Agricultural briquettes have a big advantage – a low price. Mainly, power stations use such cheap and ecologically friendly fuel.
Round wood briquettes are used for fireplaces and solid fuel heaters. In comparison with firewood, our briquettes are space-saving, easy to stack and very clean.
An input material is pressed together by means of a cylinder with pushing movements. Wood briquettes become very dense thereby.
Briquettes easily stretch at the joints during burning. As a result, the surface area extends and heat output, as well as burning duraration intensify.