Briquettes Recommended Use
- Will not absorb moisture from the air, but will disintegrate if they come into direct contact with rain, snow or water.
- Burning time in different appliances will depend on air inflow setting, number of the briquettes loaded, outside temperature, and size of the appliance and can range anywhere from 1 hour to over 4 hours.
- A minimum of three to four briquettes should be loaded at any given time. Due to particularly low moisture it’s important to adjust air inflow to ensure the longest possible burning and glowing time.
- Suitable for modern wood stoves with adjustable air inflow, woodburning cookers, barbecues and chimeneas. Results in open fireplaces will depend on air inflow.
More About Briquettes
These biofuel briquettes consist in rectangular shape agglomerations with easy stacking, handling and transportation. Because of the hole in these briquettes, it reduces amount of smoke.
These briquettes are produced by hydraulic or shock-mechanical pressing dry chipped softwood and softwood dust at high pressures and high temperatures. Made from pine (70%) and spruce (30%) sawdust as sawmill byproducts with no additives, glue, nails or other contaminants.
The briquettes have the maximum burning time and produce the maximum useful heat. The briquettes are remarkably resistant to mechanical action and moisture and store well. They burn slowly, which give off more heat, thus save money. The unique technology of producing these briquettes enables aesthetic combustion, without absorbing moisture from the air, and prevents contamination of heating devices.
Can be used in DEFRA approved stoves in smoke controlled areas.
Can be used in pizza ovens, wood stoves, chimineas.