One overwhelming new favorite has become the wood pellet burner, and homemade wood pellets. Pellet heaters are a great cost effective way to heat a home, they are efficient and thought to be carbon neutral - an important detail for those concerned about the environment.
These Heaters use wood pellets, which look exactly like rabbit food, and are made out of dried recycled compressed sawdust from lumber mills that generally just end up in the landfills. They were invented in the 1980's and were preferred for a bit, then slid some in the late 90s but with the extreme rise in oil prices, have become popular again.
All wood pellets are biomass materials, that is, products of typically grown plants and trees.
The most usual residential pellets are made of sawdust and ground wood chips, which is waste product from construction, sawmills and tree removal. Resins and binders ( lignin ) that occur naturallyin the sawdust hold wood pellets together, so they usually contain no additives. In some areas pellets are made form nut hulls and other materials, and unprocessed shelled corn and fruit pits can be burned in some pellet stove designs.
Your fuel of choice and itscost may rely on the waste biomass most available to pellet mills in your region. In turn, your selection of wood pellet making appliance design depends on the fuel available.You can make burnable pellets from any biomass! No more paying as much as $7.00 a bag for pellets! Don't dump pizza boxes and junk mail. Make homemade wood pellets instead!
And what about yourleaves and yard trimmings that you raked up? Make them into bunable pellets for the winter that is what! Wooden pellet making, not only saves you cash, but uses up things that might otherwise end up in the landfills, a environmentally friendly choice!
These are some of the reasons wood pellet making has become preferred by many homeowners.Find out more for yourselfby reading this wood pellet production guide.
To make biomass pellets the right equipment is neccessary. The machinery and hardware used varies depending on size and scale and the type of raw material used. This Ebook will describe which equipment is needed and why, and help you with your decision for wood pellet making.