What Is Wood Pellet ?

The wood pellet is one of the most important means of converting biofuels into energy.
The wood is made of wood sawdust, wood breaking or other wood waste.
Other sources (Wood Plate) are palm husks or also can be used from the remnants of broken branches of trees or agricultural soil residues
These capsules are a byproduct of crushed sawdust and wood spruce.
These are heavily dense and made of low moisture content (ie less than 10% moisture), allowing the capsules to burn according to high-yielding combustion processes.
And their high density allows to store them in places with small spaces and to travel long distances and these caps (Wood Plate) is a biofuel processor and has many advantages compared to fossil fuels, where oil and wood can be replaced by these (Wood Plate) in heating homes and energy production Thermal in many factories and produce electricity by special generators
The raw materials of the project are available throughout the year and in the local market, which helps to stabilize the production process and reassurance when contracting with the beneficiaries of the project, and include raw materials:

Raw materials used in the manufacture of wood pellet in general

• Break and waste wood
• Soft wood sawdust
• Reed sucker
• palm leaves
• Cottonwood wood
• Corn husk
• The fruit of citrus and fruit trees
• Rice fermentation
• The output of olive seed extract (Tafla)

The soft saw is the basic raw material used in the manufacture of wood pellet and does not use any other additives, especially in the product (PURE) for export, but there are additions to demand in the product factory (local
The aim of the project
The production of compressed energy capsules (pellets), which are used as substitutes for fossil fuels that are about to be depleted (diesel / coal / coal), which are used in many industrial fields, as they give high thermal returns or used in homes for heating, cooking or generating electricity through special generators It is also used in many countries of the world in central heating in hotels and hospitals