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     They are used as fuel for solid-fuel boilers, fireplaces, ovens, and any other stove types. Since fuel pellets are environmentally safe (containing no harmful substances and releasing no carbon monoxide (СО2)) and burn virtually with no smoke, they are perfect for heating dwelling apartments, bath houses, green houses, etc.

     ART PAK LLC uses, for pellet production, wood chips remaining after planing dry boards. The technology process is arranged in such a way that for removal of chips from the place of their formation into the pellet press bin is performed using a closed aspiration system protected against penetration of any foreign admixtures.

     Note that pellets are made of wood only without addition of any binding substances. A pellet holds its form thanks to lignin that is in the wood and binds its fibers when pressed dry.

     Another important factor is that a fuel pellet, as compared with coal, makes less ashes. For example, while burning 1 t of pellets generates, on average, 3 kg of ash, burning 1 t of coal gives 300 kg of slag containing much of harmful substances including radioactive ones, which are to be utilized beyond your area.That is why wood pellets are widely used world over.

     Heat emission of fuel pellets is comparable with that of coal and 3 to 5 times higher as compared to firewood (depending on humidity and wood species of the latter). A pellet is of rectangular form, its dimensions are 150х60х95 mm;

Toplivnyye brikety

a package weighing 10 kg contains 12 pellets in a tight polyethylene bag;

upakovka briketa

packages are laid on a wooden pallet, tightly wrapped with stretch film, and constricted with a PET ribbon. One pallet weight is 1 t.

Brikety RUF



     Our RUF fuel pellets are easy to keep, use, load/unload, carry and store working in a clean dress and without gloves.

     Shown below are comparative characteristics of fuel pellets and some popular types of fuel. You choose:

- sawdust pellets, ~ 4365 to 5047 kcal/kg; (ash content: ~ 0.2 to 0.3 %)

- brown and black coal, ~ 4000 to 4900 kcal/kg; (ash content: ~ 20 to 40 %)

- firewood of natural humidity (30 to 50 %) ~ 1000 to 1500 kcal/kg. (ash content: ~ 10 %)