Wood Pellets are one kind of biomass fuel that was first used in the late 90, mainly for industrial use only. But now, the use of wood pellets in both residential and industries as fuel has increased tremendously. Now, it is considered one of the best alternatives to wood, coal, oil, and gas.
The raw components of pellets mainly come from furniture and industrial waste. That’s why it is considered one of the reliable and finest sources of renewable energy. Quality Wood Pellets are basically produced from waste wood, grass, cornstalks and sawmill waste, etc.
What is a Pellet Stove
Pellet stoves burn pellets or compressed woods to produce heats. In a pellet stove, the fuel (wood pellets) is stored in the hopper and a mechanical chain feeds these stored pellets to the burn pot where the actual combustion takes place. The casting of this type of stove is formed of cast iron, steel, or stainless steel so that heat can’t damage it.