Environmentally Friendly Wood Pellet Biomass Fuel Available on TradeWheel
Wood pellets are biomass fuel made from forestry or agricultural wastes such as peanut shell, straw, sawdust, bagasse, saw shavings, sunflower seed shell, straw, and grain stalks. Pellet fuel shall be processed carefully via the process of crushing, drying, mixing, cooling, screening, and packaging. TradeWheel has top manufacturers of wood pellet who carefully checks the manufacturing of the pellets at each stage producing high-quality wood pellets.
Wood pellets provide by our b2b company are the most common form of woody biomass when it comes to importation due to energy density, durability, ease of handling, and restrictions on importing unprocessed biomass such as wood chips. Wood pellets offered by us are cost effective so is economically competitive with other fuels used for heating. They are sustainable fuel source and heating will not cause carbon dioxide gas emissions so they are environmentally friendly. They are convenient and easy-to-handle and have high energy content. They are clean, renewable, recycling fuel source.
TradeWheel provides wood pellets for large, medium, and small-scale boilers. In large-scale boilers, wood pellet fuel is burned in suspension firing after crushing contributing to energy supply such as generation of electric power and district cooling and heating system. Wood pellets used in medium and small-scale boilers are used for an electric power plant in factories or for other heating purposes in schools and hospitals. A wood pellet stove is a combustion installation used easily in house. The small scale pellet and boilers stoves are very convenient from the aspect of cost-efficient and easy-to-handle for houses and companies.
Our wood pellets have a higher caloric value, improved storage, less expensive transportation costs, and automated handling. They are even utilized as a horse bedding by adding a small amount of water to it as they expand and evert to sawdust. They have become a viable substitute for fossil fuels such as natural gas or oil.