What is Biomass Pellet and Bio-pellets Species

What’s Biomass Pellet and Bio-pellets Species

Raw Material for Bio-pellets

Agricultural waste: crop stalk and straw material, rice husk, cotton stalk, coffee husk, alfalfa straw, coconut shell, palm shell, sugarcane bagasse, etc.
Forestry residue: sawmill residue, branches, bark, leaves, etc.
Solid waste: junk paper, waste plastic, cardboard, etc.

Biomass Pellets Application

Building heating: Biomass pellets can be used in a pellet stove or furnace to heating room at school, hospital, marketplace, company, etc. Cooking with biomass pellets is also available.
Industrial boiler: Bio-pellets can partly(or entirely) replace coal or fossil fuel in co-firing heating for large-scale industrial operation to reduce the energy cost.
Power plants: Biomass pellets can be used in power plants to solve the problem of insufficient power supply.
Animal bedding: Bio-pellets made of softwood is a kind of slap-up animal bedding to raising animal experience.

Generally speaking, any materials can be made into biomass pellets as long as it will burn. The traditional materials for fuel pellets are wood chips,  wood shavings, wood sawdust from the sawmill or forestry residue such as branches, bark, leaves, etc. Thus this kind of pellets are called wood pellets. With the skyrocketing increasing demand of biofuel pellets, people developed varieties of agri-waste to make biomass pellets. Corn stalk pellets, wheat straw pellets, rice husk pellets, coconut shell pellets, sugarcane bagasse pellets can all be listed at this sort of pellets. There are also paper pellets and plastic pellets made of municipal solid waste.

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