Application and Advantages of Small Pellet Stove
Small pellet stove is in great demandChina is a large agricultural country, which has over 700 million farmers and 1.33 million square kilometers farmland. In rural areas, many families are still burning firewood and crop stalks for cooking and heating, which causes environmental pollution and resource waste. China can produce 720 million tons of straw resources every year. Among them, about 120 million tons are burnt directly without any processing, which will do great damage to the environment. Small pellet stove is a device that can ameliorate this condition.
Small pellet stove was designed according to the features of biomass fuel: high volatility and easy to ignite. Generally speaking, There are two types of small pellet stoves according to the operation mechanism: one takes biomass pellets as fuel and burn them directly in the chamber; the other one takes a process of gasification first, and then burn the gas in the chamber. Domestic biomass pellet stove can apply to these two operation mechanisms flexibly to meet different needs.
The advantages of small pellet stove
- Adopting high technology. Small pellet stove applies advanced hybrid of coal gasification and direct combustion. It’s much easier to light up than other stoves and the fire intensity is large enough for cooking and heating.
- Simple operation. Small pellet stove adopts disposable batch feeding mechanism, which makes it easy to operate and applicable for all ages. It can be widely used both in urban and rural area.
- High combustion efficiency. Small pellet stove has high thermal efficiency and reasonable utilization of biomass fuel. Burning a certain amount of biomass pellets can produce more heat than other equipments.
- Safety and environment protection. Using advanced technology, the small pellet stove can be vary stable, it is totally safe to use. Biomass pellets are fully burnt in the small pellet stove, produce considerably few harmful gases, which is friendly to the environment.
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