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Blog »  The Advantages of using Wood Briquettes

- Wood briquettes are convenient to store as they come in regular shaded packets that are stackable
-   Storage space required is less and these stack efficiently
-  Briquettes are often made from industrial waste so that is good for the environment
-  Wood briquettes often have a lower ash and sulphure content compared to the other conventional fuels
-  The energy content per cubic foot is higher due to their density
 - Briquettes produce only a little smoke
-  The post combustion residue is less than for many other fuels
-  The heat output per lb of wood briquetted is very good
-  Briquettes also retain their heat longer and do not burn off quickly
 - As compared with other firewood options, the briquettes, due to their hard compression, contain lesser moisture content and hence burn well. The moisture content is very low, around 6-8 %
 - Briquettes are sold by weight and hence it is also easy to assess the quantity required

On the whole these wooden briquettes provide a cost effective source of heating, efficient and consistent fires, a substantial ecologic saving and hardly any maintenance.

The two alternative briquettes we supply are:-
1. HOTTIES Heatlogs - Made from compressed, dried recycled clean wood they are very hot burning, clean, easy to handle and fit into even the smaller wood burning stoves
2. NUGGET BRIQUETTES  as eco-oakwood-nuggets  Produced from recycled English woodland OAK sawdust which comes from local saw mills around the UK. The nuggets out strips the performance of any other imported briquettes as they burn extremely effiicently; burn very hot with a low carbon foortprint and are very cost effective. Clean and cost effective alternative to using kiln dried or seasoned logs. These fuel logs are 55mm in diameter and mostly between 30mm and 90mm in length, with each bag pack weighs approximately 10kgs.

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