Quality and Standards

It comes as no surprise that pellets are in a great demand: because of the constant rise in prices for traditional types of fuel and necessity of the search of qualitative and ecologically safe types, use of pellets is becoming more profitable.

Ecological compatibility, cheapness, availability and safety are main advantages of the pellets.

The standards of quality of producible pellets differ depending on their consumer properties. They get standards DIN, DINplus or ONorm, depending on the physical and chemical parameters of the pellets.

Today, standards DINplus and ONorm are a guarantee of high quality in comparison with an obsolete DIN, because it does not define such important characteristics as, for example, abrasion. It has a much higher ash content and amount of waste, than DINplus and ONorm pellets because DIN pellets have a bigger percentage of rind.

Standards of quality of DINplus and ONorm determine not only the quality of fuel, but also the necessary requirements, which one must observe when storing and transporting the pellets, because ignoring them could lead to a possible material damage.



85$ pro Tonne

  • Verbrennungsenergie – 5 kW/kg;
  • Aschegehalt – weniger als 0,3 %;
  • Feuchtigkeit – 8-12 %;
  • Derbheit – 1200-1400 kg/m3;
  • Länge – zu 25 mm;
  • Durchmesser – 8 mm.


73$ per ton

  • combustion energy – 18,1 kW/kg;
  • ash content – less than 1 %;
  • total moisture - 7,9 %;
  • density – 640 kg/m3;
  • length – up 25 mm;
  • diameter – 8 mm.


The pellets are pressed fuel granules made of the waste of wood processing. Their production doesn't imply using any chemical additives – the pellets are an environmentally friendly material which doesn't harm the environment and is completely safe for the house use. In the combustion process it doesn't emit any harmful toxic substances, like other chemical sources of fuel, and the quantity of spent raw materials will be significantly less, than when using conventional fuels, such as firewood.

Using the pellets, the coefficient of efficiency reaches 95 percent which is several times higher than when using conventional wood products.

In general, the process of making wood pellets goes as follows:

  1. Ready raw material for the production of pellets is crushed to the powder with the help of crushers
  2. The obtained mass is dried up until its humidity reaches a level of 8-12 percent.
  3. After that the raw material is crushed again with the use of hammer mills, and then it is humidified with steam or water by screw mixers for the improvement of adhesive indicators.
  4. Then begins a tin pressing of the pellets with the use of a cylindrical shaped matrix, more rarely with a flat one.
  5. The last stage is sifting and cooling of finished pellets and their further packaging.

The production of wood pellets allows you saving not only money, but also the trees which otherwise could become a fuel. The pellets are a choice of a modern person who doesn't waste the energy in vain.


Pellets are used for the heating of home accommodations where they are burned in fireplaces, stoves or pellet boilers. In comparison with the traditional heat sources, pellets leave less waste so you won’t have to clean stoves and boilers very often.

The usage of pellets is absolutely safe – the emissions of NO2 are hundreds of times lower, than when using standard sources of heat, and the level of CO2 emissions corresponds to the same amount of gas which is necessary for a tree to grow.

Hence it is clear, pellets are an effective fuel which saves money, but doesn't save heat. It is a safe and economical decision for a modern person.

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