Wood waste briquets on market

June 09, 2008
Written by International Biofuel Inc.
Briquets are carbon equal and are a clean-burn choice. They produce approximately 18 gigajoules of heat per metric tonne. They cost less to manufacture than wood pellets. Depending on transportation costs, they sell for about 50 per cent of natural gas rates. They need to be stored dry and will break up in a 6” to 7” feed auger. They are designed for most pellet and moving floor boilers. The photo compares briquets with pellets.
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