Processing of wood and agricultural waste into fuel briquettes.
Fuel briquettes are environmentally friendly and highly efficient biofuels made from organic waste. The Dobrobud company offers wood briquettes of its own production, which are suitable for all types solid fuel boilers, fireplaces and stoves located both in residential premises and in greenhouses, as well as in industrial objects.
Benefits of biofuels: economy, energy efficiency, environmental friendliness
Fuel briquettes are compressed waste of wood, reeds, straw, agricultural products and other plant materials. The crushed waste is formed into briquettes under high pressure and temperature, which gives them mechanical strength, which is important for ease of transportation, and moisture resistance.
By the combination of such characteristics as thermal conductivity, burning time, price and ease of use, briquettes - a more efficient alternative to traditional wood and coal. Only 1 ton of such fuel replaces 5 cubic meters of firewood, and convenient packaging, which allows you to reduce delivery costs, provides additional savings.
In terms of thermal conductivity, briquettes are comparable to coal, while during the entire burning time they provide a stable temperature. Unlike coal, the combustion of which produces about 40% ash, ash content of briquettes is only 1%, which simplifies maintenance of heating equipment and prolongs it work resource.
The advantages of fuel briquettes in comparison with wood:
- 2 times higher heat dissipation;
- 2 times longer burning time;
- 50 times less harmful emissions during combustion;
- 40-50% more real fuel per 1m³.
The Dobrobud company specializes in the production of fuel briquettes and, as a manufacturer, offers favorable prices for wholesale and retail consignments of products.
Benefits of Dobrobud briquettes:
- uniformity of quality and thermal performance;
- almost complete absence of smoke and sparks;
- minimum amount of ash and slag;
- ease of transportation and storage;
- affordable price;
|Type of fuel||Specific heat of combustion|
|Natural gas||8600 kcal/cbm|
|Briquettes, pellets||4000 kcal / kg|
|Firewood||2400 kcal / kg|
|Electricity||0,862 kcal / 1kW / h|