The product is biomass fuel pellets produced by the thermal process. The biomass (Forest residue or wood waste) mixes with the agricultural residue to increase calorific value, enhance the combustion character, and reduce the emission contamination of the tar.
A variety of agricultural residue uses for this process depend on residue that exists in the region and the applicable market of the fuel. The market may use fuel for power plants, ovens, agriculture, heating of public buildings such as schools, district heating, or boilers.
Based on the water content of the raw material drying and pelletizing have different processes consequently; affect the final price of the fuel. Naturally, the pelletizing process needs some moisture in the raw materials.
The final product may have different calorific values and applications for various markets. The product determined in this process is suitable for use in the 30 to 500 KW or small scale power plants.
In the biomass fuel industry variety of residue use for mixing with woodchips depend on the fuel that exists in the region such as almond shells, canary grass, potato, beet pulp, straw gain, peanut shells, corn cobs, miscanthus, vine pruning and marc of grape.