Briquettes are the hot new thing for your wood-burning stove, so cut out the logs!
They burn hotter and cleaner, are cheaper to buy, and much easier to store and handle – so why do so few people with open fires and wood-burning stoves use recycled wood briquettes to heat their home?
Technical specifications of wood briquettes:
Energy: ~ 18 MJ / kg
Ash: typically 0.3 to 0.5%
One of the RUF briquette size: 15x9x6 cm
Conformity with DIN 51731 norm.
Standard packaging - 10 kg bags (12 blocks).
One pallet - 96 bags (960 kg).
Production capacity – 18 000 tons per month
Wood briquettes Advantages
- Only one ton of wood briquettes replace five cubic meters of firewood. Blocks and is very convenient for storage and use.
- Just imagine, one tonne of briquettes is around 1 m2 room. Instead of an amorphous pile of wood landed in the middle of the yard, which still need to collect and put in the woodshed, you will receive a regular on the pallet wood sawdust briquettes.
- Long burning time. Sawdust briquettes burn three to four times longer than ordinary wood! This means that the load of fuel into the oven needs to be considerably less.
- Sawdust briquettes produce two times more heat than normal wood. Their calorific value is almost equal energy value of coal. In addition, they provide a total of constant temperature during combustion, and burns with a minimal amount of smoke, did not shoot, non-sparking.
- Sawdust briquettes burning, still 0.5% ash, which can be used as an excellent fertilizer. By comparison, coal, produce up to 40% ash and slag, which still must be disposed of because they are unsuitable for anyone.
- Burning sawdust briquettes does not have any harmful volatile substances. Thus, the blocks are one of the most environment-friendly fuels.
- When using sawdust briquettes, boilers, fireplaces and shoulder cleaning and maintenance costs significantly reduced, and equipment service life much longer.
• heating costs are usually much lower than with traditional wood or coal.