Fuel pellets made of renewable raw material, without a previous drying process

New extrusion based process for the production of biofuel pellets, no more expensive preliminary drying of material is needed. Freshly harvested biomass with a humidity content of up to 60% can be processed. Besides of this the bio-pellets convince by further positive characteristics, like much higher abrasion resistance and lower moisture

absorption, which results in a clearly improved handling. The calorific value and power density are higher than with conventional wood pellets.

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