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A briquette  is a compressed block of coal dust or other combustible biomass material (e.g. charcoal, sawdust, wood chips, peat, or paper) used for fuel and kindling to start a fire. Moreover, they are used to heat, cook, and for energy, where they heat industrial boilers in order to produce electricity from steam. The most common use of the briquettes are in the developing world, where energy sources are not as widely available.

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PINI KAY briquettes are in unique shape (polyhedron) with a distinctive dark brown outer crust and circular, longitudinal hole. Produced with a screw press, with combination of high-pressure and external heat treatment from dry, clean sawdust. Made from virgin wood (clean, untreated wood residues), hardwood or softwood.

Usage benefits:
• Stable calorific value, uniform heat release
• No chemical substances added
• Low ash content ensures cleaner fireplace glass
• Reduced smoke and creosote formation
• Easy storage
• Spark free when burned
• Completely decomposable

Combusting temperature

4246 Kkal/kg

Moisture

around 10 %

Ash content

around 0,5 %

Mechanical durability

95%

Partly destroyed briquettes

14%

Size

60 х 90 х 150 mm

Packaging

12 pieces in vacuum (10kg), 96 packages on pallet (960kg)

RUF briquettes are square shaped sawdust briquettes that are easily stored due to their shape. Our RUF briquettes are made from softwood (pine and spruce).

• Usage benefits:
• High heat capacity
• Cost-effective
• High density
• Low moisture content
• Good usability
• Long burning time
• Minimal ash content
• Environmental friendliness
• No soot

Combusting temperature

4246 Kkal/kg

Moisture

around 10 %

Ash content

around 0,5 %

Mechanical durability

95%

Partly destroyed briquettes

14%

Size

60 х 90 х 150 mm

Packaging

12 pieces in vacuum (10kg), 96 packages on pallet (960kg)

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