Wood pellets for pellet boilers and pellet stoves

Balcas Wood Pellets

Balcas wood pellets are biomass wood pellets for pellets boilers and pellet stoves manufactured in Scotland.

Raw materials for Balcas wood pellets are locally sourced from sustain-ably managed forests

The dedicated pellet mill at Invergordon generates its own renewable energy requirements

Balcas wood pellets are Ofgem BSL Authorised and are accredited with the ENplus standard

1+ bags £3.50 per bag

per pallet (100 bags) £325

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Balcas Wood Pellet specification:

Calorific value
48kWh/10kg bag
Circa 4,800kWh/tonne
Mechanical durability › 97.5%
Ash ‹ 0.7%
Moisture ‹ 10%
Additives ‹ 1.0%
Dimensions     Diameter 6mm
Length ‹ 30mm
Sulphur ‹ 0.05%
Fines    ‹ 1.0%
Bulk Density   650kg/m³

Balcas Wood Pellets conform to wood pellet standard: CEN/TS 14961

Puffin Wood Pellets

We sell Puffin Grade 1 premium quality 6mm wood pellets, which have been  awarded the ENplus Certificate UK001, which guarantees the customer receives premium quality wood pellets. They are ideal for wood pellet boilers and stoves.

The pellets are manufactured in Banff, Scotland from virgin timber which is locally sourced within the UK. The wood pellets are made from fine wood particles, are cylindrical in shape, and measure 6mm in diameter, and approx 3.15mm – 40mm in length. There is no waste or recycled wood used in their manufacture, and no additives are used in the manufacturing process as it is the natural lignin in the wood that binds the pellet together.

All the pellets are screened before bagging, so as to virtually eliminate all dust. As long as you have a dry storage space, the Puffin wood pellets can be stored indefinitely.

Puffin wood pellets are supplied in 20kg bags

1+ bags £7.00 per bag

per pallet (50 bags) £325

Puffin Wood Pellet specification:

Calorific value: 4,800KWhr/tonne
Ash: ≤ 0.7%
Moisture content: ≤ 10%
Dimensions: diameter 6mm ± 1
length 3.15mm to 40mm
Sulphur: ≤ 0.03%
Fines: ≤ 1.0%
Mechanical Durability: ≥ 97.5%
Bulk density: ≥ 600Kg/m³

 

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