Wood briquettes are made of dry, untreated wood waste such as wood sawdust and wood chips from the timber industry, which have been pressed in RUF square log form with a residual moisture, which is typically at a value of less than 10% (6-9%), resulting in a high calorific value (4700 Kcal/kg).
What are the advantages of heating with wood briquettes? 1.Environmentally friendly and CO2neutral for heating the wood stoves, wood boilers, stoves and fireplaces 2.Wood Briquettes are highly compressed wood sawdust and wood shavings in an uniform rectangular shape, so they are easy to store thus are providing the advantage of significantly less storage space as for instance is required for firewood. 3.Burning wood briquettes is much cheaper than other types of heating and you can easily save more than 25% over other conventional heating methods. 4. Wood briquettes have low ash content, which is less than one percent.