1. Debarking

Each timber is being debarked before the further processing. The level of the ash in the pellet is closely related to the bark content of the ash in the timberwood (raw material). This is due the fact that the bark contains highlevel of slow burning substances – further known as the ash. After debarking the wood continues to the 2nd processing stage – chips production.

2. Processing

After debarking, the wood is being cut to chips form, which is further processed in the wetand drymill area. The raw material structure is 70% hard wood / 30% conifers, in order to maintain the optimum pellet quality.

3. Drying

The drying process is crucial to achieve the target quality of the final product  – moisture must not excide 12% once the material is out of the drying drum – in order to achieve the optimal moisture level of the final product of 6%.

4. Separation

The separator is filtering out the oversized sawdust – which is being transferred to drymill again to reduce to smaller pieces. Target size sawdust is being transferred directly to the Silo. From there the material goes straight to the final stage – Presses.

5. Pressing

The final product is being shaped in the press machine. Based on 2 rollers and matrix, the sawdust from the silo is being compressed to the cylindrical shape of the product. The only waste of the pressing process is the dust, which is being transferred back to the separating part of the processing, while the pellet – the final product – goes to the packingprocess – in the bags to the final consumers.

6. Packing

In the packing stage, the final product goes to the packaging – 15 kilos bags or 1 ton bigbags – depending on the final client needs. In this way we store our product in the warehouse and sell it to the market.