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Our pellets are made from 100% pure sawdust. However, they are characterized by significantly higher parameters, in particular ash of 0.42% and calorific value of 18.35 Mj / kg (5.10 kWh / kg)

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Our pellet is made from pure sawdust and is ENplus certified. Tests of our product confirm its exceptional parameters, which are well above the applicable standards. Our customers also confirm its top quality. Our pellet generates an average of 10% more heat than other pellets on the market. This can easily be converted into costs. We deliver pellets directly to the customer within 2-3 working days. You can also test our pellets for free. To do this, please contact our sales office.

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Our algorithm combines customers from one region to form a new purchasing group. So you don't need to know anyone, or look for someone yourself, to order pellets at the best price. All you have to do is get in touch with us. The pellets are delivered directly from the manufacturer and transported to you and the next customer by truck. Our service includes unloading pellets on your property so that you don't need a forklift. Thanks to such deliveries, we avoid storage costs and subsequent deliveries with smaller transports. This leads to a significant reduction in costs and the price of pellets on delivery. Order pellets in bulk and enjoy the best quality and the best price on the market.


How can you define the quality of a wood pellet? In simple terms, it is the convenience of using our stove without maintenance. As long as everything is in order, we can say that the pellet meets our requirements and is of high quality. There are many manufacturers and distributors of pellets in the market. Pellets are produced all over the world, on every continent where trees grow. How to find your way around this labyrinth, how to find a good pellet deliverer. Every bag that bears such a mark also has a certificate number. Using this number, we can check who the manufacturer or deliverer of a particular pellet is. However, sometimes this is not enough. Companies that want to get rich quick buy pellets from systems without a certificate and pack them in bags with the certificate mark printed on them. If you are buying pellets from an untested source, pay special attention to see if the certificate number is printed on the sack.

Why pellets bought in supermarkets are of poor quality

Combustion quality

The quality of a pellet is influenced by:

  • A calorific value below 16.5 Mj / kg means that less heat is generated from a given amount of pellets. In other words, we have to burn more pellets to get the same heat
  • Too high calorific value. Wood has some physical limitations and does not provide any heating output above a certain limit value. If this limit is exceeded and the pellet burns much hotter than conventional pellets, a raw material with chemical additives was probably used to make the pellet and these are responsible for the high temperature and high calorificity. Such pellets are often cheaper because chemically contaminated raw material is cheaper than pure sawdust. However, do not buy such pellets as they are bad for the environment and the stove will need repair or replacement over time.
  • An ash content of over 0.7% means that if you burn 1 ton of pellets you will have more than 7 kg of ash. A high ash content indicates a high percentage of bark in the pellet and other compounds that are not burned. A low combustion temperature leads to sintering, scale and soot, which can damage the furnace. The low combustion temperature can also be influenced by the humidity of the pellets, which is influenced by storage and transport.
  • The mechanical hardness should be over 98%. The hardness is responsible for the crumbling of the pellet; if it is low, the pellet crumbles and creates what is known as dust, which is often seen in sacks. Too much dust causes the auger to clog, which can lead to a lack of pellet supply to the boiler and its failure and the need for service repairs.

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