Briquettes are shaped in parallelogram, round or polygon bricks, with or without a hole in the middle. They are made from timber and lumber byproducts, old pallets, carton, straw, etc. While burning, they only release as much carbon dioxide as their raw materials have absorbed during their lifetime. There are not chemical or toxic additives involved. Moisture is less than 10% and the heating efficiency is 1/3 compared with firewood (1 ton of briquettes equals 3 tons of firewood). This organic fuel can be used in stoves, fireplaces, wood boilers, etc, and its durable packaging offers cleanliness in their storage area and inside the house. Leftover ash can be used as fertiliser as it doesn’t contain any harmful chemical residues.
- Easy storage, as their sealed packaging allows them to be stored anywhere.
- Clean fuel with stable heating efficiency and less moisture than firewood.
- High heating efficiency combined with long burning times, makes it comparable to petroleum.
- 100% from natural raw materials and can fully cover the domestic heating needs, as they can be used in traditional and energy-efficient stoves, fireplaces, wood boilers, etc.