Today fuel pellets, and particularly wood pellets are in high demand, market growth is rapidly increasing, and demand is frequently out growing supply. More and more people are looking into pellet production and how pellets are produced.
The guide covers equipment used in small and large scale production.
How are wood pellets made?
Wood pellets are the most common type of fuel pellet. The PelHeat guide will in detail describe how wood goes through the production process to create hard shiny wood pellets.
What is the difference between good and bad quality pellets?
As anyone who currently uses pellets knows, there are good and bad quality pellets. Poor quality pellets can be loose, crumbly and produce a lot of fines, poor quality pellets do not burn efficiently. The PelHeat guide will detail how quality pellets are made and how to test pellet quality.
What equipment is needed to make pellets?
Pellet production is composed of several processes; the PelHeat guide has been broken up into ten easy to understand steps, giving details on the equipment used. As the guide goes through each step it will detail the different variables that can be changed and how to adjust the process for different materials.
How does the pellet process work?
The guide will explain in detail how through heat and pressure material is formed into a pellet.
What does a material need to produce a pellet?
For a material to form a pellet the material needs certain qualities, for example a certain percentage of moisture. Material density and other factors also affect production, productivity and pellet quality.
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