Make Wood Pellets
Save on Energy Costs - Make your Own Pellets Using Free Biomass and Wood Waste Products
 
   
 

How Would you Like to Cut Your  Heating Costs By 50% or more?
If you're already aware of the many benefits of making wood or biomass pellets to heat your home, follow this link straight to the download page - 

The Complete Pellet Production Guide

Otherwise, Keep Reading...


    After the last huge increase in energy prices, especially for fuel oil and natural gas, you're probably well aware of using pellets as a fuel source. And if you're like millions of other people, you may even already be enjoying the benefits of heating with pellets.  If so, that's great.  The wood pellets you're buying now provide a great deal of heat at a modest, yet stable cost.  But have you ever wondered how you could reduce your heating costs even more?

     Well you're in luck.  With the proper equipment, raw materials, and guidelines, you can make your own pellets for a fraction of the cost of buying them.  Not only can you use wood byproducts or wood waste, there are a large number of different biomass materials than can be used to make heating pellets.  And the best part is that most of the raw materials that can be pelletized are freely available.  Not only can you use wood, but you can use  many other types of biomass products.    This means that once you've quickly recouped your initial equipment investment, it will be like you're printing money.



wood chips used to make wood pellets
Benefits of Homemade Wood or Biomass Pellets
  • Can Be Made From Free Materials
  • Produce Little Ash
  • Easily Stored
  • Made from Renewable Raw Materials 
  • Highly Efficient Fuel Source
  • Carbon Neutral
  • Extremely Low Cost/Ton


     So
if you've got access to cheap or free sources of sawdust, wood waste, waste paper, or any number of different types of biomasses - grasses, nut shells, hay, straw, or dried distillers grain for instance, then you're in luck.  You could be making your own wood or biomass pellets for a fraction of the cost of buying them in no time.  

     So how do you get started? The best piece of advice I can give you is to get the Complete Guide to Pellet Production.  The people that have written this excellent book know their stuff because it's what they do.  They manufacture pellet machinery for the small scale producer.  They're not just marketers that have thrown a book together.  They've been fine tuning their designs and guidelines for making pellets for years.

 This guidebook shows you step by step how to make pellets, the many different types of raw materials you can make them from, which binders to use, the different types of machinery involved, and the most efficient and effective ways to operate your pellet machinery.  If you're planning on making pellets, it'll be the best 20 dollars you'll ever spend.  


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