SP Products

SP Products

WOOD PELLETS

SP Wood pellets are cylindrically-shaped pellets of compressed, sawdust-size wood fiber with standard diameters of 8 mm. Their compact size and portability, high energy density, low moisture content and minimal net carbon output make wood pellets an attractive source of renewable energy source. In addition, our wood pellets are easily adaptable to automated combustion systems. Combined with a carefully controlled combustion, emissions can be rendered minimal.  

Our wood pellets are sustainably produced from the following sources:

  • Forestry residues — in-forest woody debris and slash from logging and forest management activities.
  • Mill residues — by-products such as sawdust and wood chips from lumber mills and other wood processing facilities.
  • Agricultural residues—by-products of agricultural
  • Dedicated biomass crops—SRC (Short Rotation Crops) grown as dedicated feedstock

FEATURES AND BENEFITS

  1. ECO–FRIENDLY

    Reduces GHG (Greenhouse Gas) emissions

  2. RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCE

    Made from premium wood source and other sustainable materials.

  3. LONG BURNING HOURS

    Biomass Pellets are compressed into regular sizes and thus burn evenly to produce constant heat supply.

  4. LOW ASH & FINE CONTENT

    Our biomass pellets burn cleanly and have high BTU (British Thermal Unit) heat output.They also contain very little dust which can lessen problems arising from transportation and pellet-handling at the plant.

Industrial grade biomass wood pellets are widely used as fuel in large heating systems and power plants as an alternative to fuel oil or natural gas.

APPLICATIONS

direct-firing
DIRECT FIRING

For power plants using only Biomass as the feedstock, wood pellets are fed into a boiler which in turn powers a steam turbine to generate electricity.

co-firing
CO-FIRING

For coal-fired power plant modified to accommodate biomass which can be used to supply up to 20 percent of its fuel requirements.

cogeneration
COGENERATION

For steam turbine generators that produce electrical and thermal energy.

gasification
GASIFICATION

For feedstock in hot, oxygen-starved areas to produce a gas composed mainly of carbon monoxide and hydrogen.

 

 
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