What are the pellets made from?

Pellets can be made from wood / sawdust/ plastic / foam / wheat / barley / cotton and fibre waste. They also need a wet ingredient, such as steam or molasses.

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5 Responses to What are the pellets made from?

  1. agicovivi says:

    What are the pellets made from?
    Pellets can be made from wood / sawdust/ plastic / foam / wheat / barley / cotton and fibre waste. They also need a wet ingredient, such as steam or molasses.

  2. agicovivi says:

    THANKS for share
    please let me introduce some knowledge about environmental protection.
    Pellets have been produced for over a century by using heat and pressure through the use of pellet mills.

  3. agicovivi says:

    With peoples’growing awareness of economical and environmental protection, the need for wood pellet fuel for home heating purpose is also increasing. Because this kind of fuel can not only meets lots of today’s concerns for renewable energy, but also environmental and energy-saving. Sopelletizing by yourself is really cool! How to make pellet by yourself?

  4. agicovivi says:

    THANKS for share
    please let me introduce some knowledge about environmental protection.
    Pellet presses, also known as pellet mills are used for the compression of dusty materials into solid pellets. These pellets, sometimes known as bio-pellets or fuel pellets, can be used as fuel for heating.

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