Briquetts are made of saw dust and/or wood chips. The raw material is dry and no additives (i.e. glue) are added. With use of high pressure these particles are pressed togehter. Pressure, heat and the natural ingredients of https://msholz.de/wp-admin/post.php?action=edit&post_type=page&post=2319&lang=en&admin_bar=1wood work together, so that a genuine natural wood fuel product stays at the end of the production. There are various sizes and forms available depending on the kind of the press line and matrix used.
Type of timber:
Beech / Oak / Birch
Either genuine (only type of timber) or mixed.
The format / size depends on the matrix used.
The most common size looks like a brick and is generally called „RUF“. The name “RUF” refers to the manufactorer of the press maschine, which is the company RUF.
However, the format of the briquette says nothing about the caloric value of it. The caloric value depends on the density of the briquette and the type of timber (saw dust) pressed.
Size type „RUF“: 150 x 85 x 60 mm (depending to be changed).
ca. 1,0 kg/dm³
ca. 5,2 kwh/kg
ca. 0,5 Gew-%
10 kg per bag, 96 bags per pallet (960 kg/pallet).