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It is the biofuel best known to the vast majority of people. It is mainly used in domestic and industrial installations.

The wood pellet is a 5 to 6 mm cylinder of sawdust. diameter and length 20 to 30 mm. It is obtained directly by pressing the sawdust against a matrix, generating high temperatures and as a consequence of the binders in the wood itself, it is compacted.

It is the only biomass fuel today that is standardized. That is, it can be purchased with a certified calorific value.

The highest quality ones are obtained from sawdust from the cutting processes in sawmills. However, lower quality pellets can also be obtained through recycling processes of pallets and other wood.

Among the regulations that regulate the manufacture and sale of pellets we have the following:

European certification EN PLUS A1 and A2 which is a less restrictive adaptation of the European DIN PLUS certification standard.

Choosing a good pellet is very important since if we use a good pellet we will have a greater heat input and our biomass boilers or stoves will be in better condition. A poor quality pellet leaves excess residue and can end up clogging our biomass boiler or stove.

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