Wood Pellet

Charcoal, wood pellets – “Hot” woods on the export market

While many of our commodities such as rice, seafood, agricultural products are facing difficulties in export, some products such as charcoal, wood pellets … are being preferred by foreign customers. Great demand In the area of Phung Hiep canal, Dong An hamlet, Tan Thanh commune, Nga Bay town, Hau Giang province, there are hundreds of charcoal kilns in operation. This ... Read More »

What is better hardwood pellets or softwood pellets ???

Most people jump to the  conclusion that “we have always burned hardwood in our woodstove so hardwood  must be better” – Not true with pellets. The first and most important  thing to remember is that you are buying pellets by weight NOT volume. A cord  of dry hardwood vs. dry softwood weighs about 2-3 times as much. However, a  pound ... Read More »

Wood Pellets vs Bio-SRF

KOMIPO issued an ITB advising that the conditions for  submitting FSC, PEFC certificates etc. was exempted in response to request  from KFS. A meeting was held between KFS (Korea Forest Service), ME  (Ministry of Environment) and Power plants on Mar. 25th 2015. Following  resolutions were passed providing new definitions to “Wood Pellets” > KFS will inspect all Wood pellets through KFPI (Korea  Forestry ... Read More »

Wood Pellet Market Update: Sth. Korea

While the industrial  wood pellet market won’t be impacted by the volatility in oil prices, the  heating market will react as oil becomes cheaper than pellets around the world.  While homeowners won’t switch back to heating oil from pellets, cheap oil may  remove the incentive for those considering a pellet stove. Though trade into  the South Korean market does not ... Read More »

Wood Pellet

                Material: Rubber, Acacia, Cashew Size: 6mm or 8mm Supplying capacity: 20 000 mt/month Wood Pellets  are used in Power Plant, Industrial Boiler, Home Heating, Animal Bedding and  farming. EU STANDARDS ASIA STANDARDS                       Packing Methods               ... Read More »