How many times have you heard that hardwood trees (beech, oak and hornbeam) the best wood for firewood? That's no accident!
It is hardwood wood that keeps the house warm for the longest time because it does not burn quickly and when it burns it releases energy of as much as 1.850kWh per cubic meter!
A pellet is a pressed wood residue with a moisture content of less than 10%, which gives it high energy efficiency. Automatic combustion puts pellets on par with fuel oil and gas. The stoves automatically turn on and off, reach and maintain the set temperature, and have automatic dosing of the required amount of pellets.
Briquette is above all modern, environmentally friendly and more affordable and more economical alternative for solid fuels such as wood or coal.
Firewood is one of the most important sources of energy and every winter a significant part of the household budget goes to heating.
Brown coal is dark gray to black in color. It is characterized by a high heating value, which is why it is mostly used in industry. It is also used in households for larger systems and heating installations that can handle a high heat value although it is also used in wide consumption.
The calorific value of brown coal ranges from 14.500 – 21.000kJ/kg.
Lignite coal is brown to black in color. Due to its application and quantity,
it represents an exceptional potential in terms of energy.
The calorific values of lignite coal range from 9.500 – 14.500 kJ/kg.