The brikett options are a 100 percent ecological, renewable fuel that is classified as solid biomass and is packaged in cylinders or bricks for easy storage.
A number of distinct kinds of briquettes
Because their method of usage is similar to that of conventional firewood, they may be used in the same locations where firewood is now used, such as stoves, fireplaces, salamanders, ovens, boilers, or industrial operations where firewood is already used. The light standard birch is the perfect option there.
Because of their compact and homogeneous composition, they are simple to carry and clean to handle, requiring just a small amount of storage space. They may also be readily sectioned without the need for tools, allowing them to be used in smaller chimneys or to regulate the amount of energy released during burning.
The burning of the brikett is peaceful and consistent, and it produces no significant amounts of smoke or odors. Furthermore, it generates just 1 percent of ash and has a high calorific value, with 2.21 kg of briquettes replacing 1 liter of diesel. It also has a low carbon footprint.
Briquettes may be kept for extended periods of time without losing their consistency or quality since they are protected from direct contact with water.
Composition of the Briquettes
Briquettes are available in a variety of shapes and sizes because they may be produced from a variety of compressed materials. Natural biomass (from sawmills), residual biomass (from the agricultural sector), charcoal, or a combination of all of these materials may be used as the raw material for the briquette production.
The most widely used and highest-quality briquettes are those made from natural biomass, that is, from compacted natural sawdust. These briquettes do not require the use of any type of binder because the humidity and lignin in the wood act as a natural glue, making them the most environmentally friendly option.
Briketi Poisid will be overjoyed to learn that they can now provide their customers with a new, cutting-edge, environmentally beneficial, and human-friendly heating alternative: wood briquettes! We can save money and space by using biofuel while keeping their stoves clean and preserving our and the children’s health.