What are pellets?
Pellets are cylindrical pieces of compressed biomass. Pellets are an ecological fuel and are classified as a renewable energy source. Deciduous and coniferous trees are used for producing pellets, but there are also low quality pellets made of waste biomass on the market. Wood pellets are categorized in classes according to their ash content and caloricity. The highest quality and most efficient class is A1 and it is a good idea to pay attention for that when choosing pellets for the heating season.
What do we need to know about heating with pellets?
Pellet heating is a very efficient method and this is due to the fact that the burning process is automated in every pellet system.
Pellet heating gives you security and comfort during the heating season. Pellets are becoming more widely used fuel and their price is fairly predictable.
Pellet burning equipment comply with the ever increasing requirements for harmful emissions which makes them a long term heating solution.
The most efficient pellet systems require a larger initial investment that pays off within a few years.
Pellet system types